How To Get Your Motivation Back

(Last Updated On: April 25, 2016)

How To Get Your Motivation Back

Life is busy. Whether it’s work commitments, family time, spending time with friends or anything in between, there are a million things that can leave us frazzled at the end of a long day.

rsz_1img_2749What’s more, with the endless stresses and concerns that both work and family life can throw up, come the weekend more often than not all we want to do is relax and catch up on sleep. But while it’s fine to relax, what about making sure that we remain motivated to get through everyday tasks and routines and still feel excited about life?

While common, feeling unmotivated can be a huge downer on every aspect of life, making us less likely to perform well at work, maintain a fitness routine, reach personal goals and generally be happy and content with our day-to-day lives.

Nootropics Can Help

While planning and charting your aims, surrounding yourself with the right people and staying on top of negative thoughts can all help (as well as staying active, eating well and looking after your physical health), there’s another avenue available if you’re looking to keep your motivation levels up: nootropics.

Nootropics work by crossing the blood-brain barrier and influencing the amount of afp-cramming-exams-shutterstockneurotransmitters the brain produces. And these neurotransmitters are pretty powerful things – they are responsible for our moods, how happy we feel, energy levels, clarity of thought, intelligence and, of course, motivation. 

Another area that Nootropics take care of is the effect of everyday toxins (Free Radicals) on our brain cells….these can make our brain cells sluggish so they do not perform at their best… the antioxidants in a good nootropic will get rid of the toxins, allowing the brain cells to function at their very best

Let’s take a look at a few of the best nootropic ingredients for keeping your motivation levels up:

Lions Mane 

A natural Mushroom extract that helps to regulate lipid and blood glucose levels..VEMUS13048_3know for its ability to increase nerve growth factor secretions as well as cognitive function

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Huperzine A 

This influences the glutamate and acetylcholine receptors and supports motivation levels, focus, learning and our ability to think logically.

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Cognizin Citicoline

Helps to increase the activity of the mitochondria in the brain cells, it also helps boost the levels of both dopamine and serotonin  to improve motivation, mood, memory, physical performance and alertness.

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18805866-Phosphatidylserine-PS-cell-membrane-building-block-molecular-model-PS-is-also-important-in-apoptosis-Stock-PhotoOne of the most researched of all nootropic ingredients.. PS ( as it is often shortened too) is known for its ability to help create brain cells, energise memory function, speed communication between brain cells and reduce the effect known as ‘Brain Fog’

It’s important to remember that nootropics are like anything else – what works for someone else may not work for you, and it’s all about doing your research and finding a nootropic supplement that works for you.

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The information in this website is for advice and guidance only. It is based on my own intensive research into nootropics and my personal experiences with certain products. It is not intended to replace professional medical advice, or to diagnose or treat any health conditions. All rights reserved.