It is normal if your memory plays ‘moment prank’ on you; we all experience that one moment of ‘uh-um, eh-eh’…, filling up our voices and still get back everything just the way the brain stored them. But when you notice a higher level of memory intrusion in your regular activities then that’s not good at all; you may need a brain-booster. This is to say that you may not need a brain-booster if you do not have any deficiencies in your brain.
There are number of conditions that could distort the normal functioning of your brain. They include stress, aging, diabetes, lack of sleep which may also result to high blood pressure, heavy alcohol intake, poor nutrition. There are also some advanced conditions that are associated with memory loss which include dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, Huntington’s disease, and other ‘big name’ conditions. They occur due to a deficiency in one, two or all of your neurotransmitters.
There are mainly four neurotransmitters present in your brain; they include:
Each of them performs specific functions in the brain; for instance the Acetylcholine is responsible for brain focus, memory and learning. But when your body cannot produce them enough due to any of the conditions mentioned above, you will experience memory loss, lack of focus and low level of sensitivity.
Some memory deficiencies are reversible while some are manageable. Many clinical therapies are available to promote the production of these neurotransmitters if you lack them, especially if it resulted due to stress, aging, dehydration, stroke, diabetes etc.
Brain supplements like nooCube are stuffed with organic nutrients to enhance the production of Acetylcholine (the actual neurotransmitter responsible for memory, focus and learning). Omega-3 fatty acid is another brain supplement that contains organic supplements and healthy fats from fish oil. Other clinical treatments for brain or memory deficiencies are affordable and really effective especially if prescriptions are followed carefully.
So-called brain boosters help you not only with memory problems but with other different disorders. I bumped into a review of Pramiracetam Nootropic and now I'm considering buying it. It helps to improve focus, concentration, and of course memory. No harm in trying after all.