Neuro Peak Review – Is it Safe or Addictive Like Adderall
Neuro Peak is a nootropic that’s marketed as a “wholesome brain pills package” that does a whole plethora of things, such as helping with concentration and memory improvement, providing a general clarity of mind that’s useful not only related to working or studying, but when relaxing or even sleeping in order to get a better night’s worth of sleep, translating the improved rest due to the greater clarity of mind into a general performance enhancer the next day when you actually need to work or study again and so forth. Neuro Peak also portrays its stress reducing qualities. Albeit not directly correlated with working or studying performance, the side effects that do actually lead to the enhanced performance are quite logical.
Neuro Peak For Stress
Being less stressed means that you can devote more attention to the work at hand, prevents procrastination (which is absolutely detrimental to efficient working) and the overall mood improvement can help you naturally undertake the tasks you need to do with a greater ease, possibly even stimulate creativity as in a way, “when you’re looking at the journey as the main part of the experience and not simply how to get to the end of it”, the whole process works much more smoother and in a holistic manner as you’re not stressfully rushing to finish your task, but are working at your own pace, working with greater mindfulness in your approach to the task and ultimately, doing a better and more thorough job at it.
Just One Pill
On top of everything mentioned so far, Neuro Peak says that it does all those things with just one pill a day. As the standard dose with no need for other supplements in order to achieve the desired and previously stated benefits; After all, it is called “Neuro Peak” (in laymen terms, the name is etymologically derived from the idea that it targets the brain neurons, improving their inner conductivity, giving you your peak cognitive performance);
This almost sounds as if it’s too good! A single nootropic bottle of pills that can help with concentration, memory, greater clarity of mind, stress management and even improve your general mood with just one tablet a day.
But how does it work in reality? No worries, everything this nootropic claims to do will be dissected logically, looking at its ingredients, its pros and cons, how long it lasts, any possible side effects and so forth. Having the introduction covered, we can now move to the “meat” of the article.
Neuro Peak Ingredients
Phosphatidylserine is a phospholipid that’s found in the structure of cell membranes. Clinical trials in the past have confirmed that this ingredient does actually help with memory improvement and nerve cell rejuvenation in targeted areas of the brain.
Extracts of this herb generally found in Russia have been both clinically tested AND proven (positively) that they do help with balancing the brain’s chemistry, most notably the dopamine and serotonin levels. This type of “brain chemistry regulation” has been proven to produce a feeling of re-energization of both body and mind, resulting in an improved mood, lasting memory and better concentration.
Ginkgo Biloba extract;
Ginkgo extract has been proven time and time again that it helps immensely with regulating normal brain functioning and at this point, it’s a staple ingredient in almost all nootropics.
While not FDA approved, it’s been clinically tested and proven that this ingredient helps with supporting the protein network in the brain, improving the ability of all the neurons to better and more effectively signal to one another, leading to better clarity of mind.
Dimethylaminoethanol / DMAE;
This ingredient’s function is to help with the production of the neurotransmitter called acetylcholine which is responsible mostly with cognitive performance, such as speed, memory, concentration and everything related to your brain’s ability to better, faster and with greater ease process information.
The Ingredients Are Legit
Having thoroughly reviewed all the ingredients in Neuro Peak as one of the more revered nootropics out there, it’s clearly visible that none of the ingredients are “placeholders”, but each and every extract serves a specific function to improve the purpose of this nootropic better. While some of its ingredients are ingredients used in 90% of all quality nootropics, Neuro Peak tips the balance with its use of Phosphatidylserine, the Rhodiola extract and DMAE.
Things are starting to piece together, and we’re getting a better picture of the validity of the functionality of Neuro Peak, but as any review, it wouldn’t be complete without checking out other people’s experiences with it and the possibility of any (unwanted) side effects.
Who Should Avoid Neuro Peak
As we head into the pros and cons territory of the article, it needs to be noted that Neuro Peak shouldn’t, in any case, be used by pregnant or nursing mothers, toddlers, children or even teenagers under the age of 18, and in some extreme cases, people with preexisting medical conditions that might not work well with Neuro Peak, having the side-effects of their medical condition and the benefits which the nootropic brings can be mutually exclusive (not to mention that many people who do have a medical condition in most cases already take prescribed medication for their health, so putting Neuro Peak on top of everything is severely irresponsible). Even in the best case scenario, such individuals should always talk with their doctor about introducing Neuro Peak as a medical supplement to their medication.
Who Can Neuro Peak Help?
But what about ordinary people who are merely fatigued, lack concentration or merely have a general ill desired mood (as people say, “I’ve been getting off on the left foot for years now”).
Many people who have no medical condition but general life exhaustion report that Neuro Peak has helped them immensely with, well, everything it says that it does.
People report improvement in concentration, healthier memory and a rejuvenated ability to recall, physical energization for physically active people (due to the brain chemistry regulation element of the nootropic), general cognitive processes improvement, better stress management and overall clarity of mind, partnered with mood improvement.
Some people even say that the use of Neuro Peak has lowered their craving for nicotine and caffeine (as both are primitive forms of nootropics themselves, sadly with more cons latter than pros).
Neuro Peak Side Effects
On the other side of the coin, there are reports of unwanted side effects.
Some of these unwanted side effects include things such as insomnia, drowsiness, sleepiness, mood swings, nausea, stomach cramps, lightheadedness and so forth.
While these things do sound scary, I do believe that a nootropic giving side effects that actually worsen the stuff it should improve is a tad absurd. These side effects are probably a result due to inappropriate dosage use, use of other medications or alcohol with the nootropic at the same time or merely preexisting medical conditions which Neuro Peak doesn’t say it cures, but people still buy it with high hopes, then complain that it doesn’t work. The basis of these complaints is a tad silly if you ask me.
So, we’ve covered the ingredients, how they work, the pros and cons of Neuro Peak and people’s reports of their use of it. All that’s left is my personal experience with it!
My Experience With Neuro Peak
I’ve been working from home as a freelancer for quite some time now. While it really is great to be able to dictate your working time and make a coffee break anytime you desire, there are cons to this method of working as well. The general lack of physical and verbal communication with people (which you would have in a working environment) usually means that when I work, I’m entirely focused on the work, having no one around to share a giggle or a joke with.
While this is highly productive, it wasn’t long until chronic fatigue, extreme lack of concentration and at one point even chronic insomnia stepped in, entirely undoing my initial productivity.
When I started to use Neuro Peak, the first thing it did was help me with my insomnia. Better sleep means better mood, better mood means better concentration, and within a few weeks of proper dosage of one pill per day I was back on track with my working efficiency, now even experiencing better overall mood and less stress when working.
The effects last throughout the whole day, so I usually take the pill before I start working. Being mindful of dosage, avoid abuse or even misuse has made Neuro Peak a lifesaver for me, as long as the supplement is handled accordingly. When you’re going out with friends and intend to drink alcohol, for example, you really don’t need any mood or concentration enhancers, so taking a pill is a flat out misuse in my book of conduct.
As a final verdict, if proper use in the appropriate cases is applied, there is no doubt in my mind that Neuro Peak will help anyone and everyone who is going to be mindful with the supplement.