Smarter Way to be SMART

Most of the graduate schools’ students – Law School, Medical School, MBA, and a lot more, are using brain enhancer pills for better brain powers. nerdIt’s indeed very struggling years to take even in college (undergraduate years), what more in graduate schools, ayt?

Brain pills are good. This should also be guided by medical experts when taking. However, recent study shows that this have been related to addiction. Users have been taking brain pills without consulting some experts. Practically, maybe one would just say that anybody can take it and no need to go to an expert, however, scientifically and medically, consulting an expert is very helpful for the health’s stake and even psychological attributes.

Provigil, a smart drug, is one of those brain pills which has been used by students that has been noted for addiction. This pills, primarily, help those who are having less sleep to stay awake and alert while studying. However, this pills could increase the dopamine level in our brain. Dopamine is the one which makes one feeling better and dependence to it. Actually, provigil was once thought not to affect the dopamine level of our body, however, recent study suggests that it does.

Well, for anybody to be more brain-powered nerd, I suggest to take foods rich in amino acids such as meat, fish and cheese. These foods are best neurotransmitters. They enhance brain memories. So, before having an exams, the day or night before it, fishes are the best foods to eat.
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20 Responses to Smarter Way to be SMART

  1. prettyfirefly says:

    Really? Thanks for the info. Though I’d probably rather have cheese than fish. Not a big fan of fish. By the way, I already added you to my blogroll. Thanks for adding me up too.

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  2. gagay, MD says:

    hola ms. pretty fire fly..dun cha know yer the FC eh!?! congrats!!

  3. maxiVelasco says:

    true gagay… fish are the best because of the cod liver oil they contain. not just good for the heart but for the brain, too.

    have a great day, doc gagay!

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  4. gagay, MD says:

    kaadlawun n gud diri te..unsa oras diha sa inyu?!?! eheh!!!

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  6. gagay, MD says:

    why te mon!?!?!

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  10. gagay, MD says:

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  11. eastcoastlife says:

    I think it will not work for older people like me. ๐Ÿ™

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  12. eastcoastlife says:

    And I kept missing appointments. Every date has to be written down. ๐Ÿ˜›

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  13. eastcoastlife says:

    I forgot who I have left comments with. hahaha…..

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  14. gagay, MD says:

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  15. gagay, MD says:

    memory enhancers differ also on the ages of the takers.. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  16. Bill says:

    very funny ECL ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€

  17. gagay, MD says:

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  18. JessQ says:

    Gagay, I’ve noticed that you’ve mentioned here about PROVIGIL. The website of The Johnson Law Firm announces that a compensation from the manufacturer may be obtained by persons who used and experienced the side effects of PROVIGIL. Side effects include serious rash, serious allergic reactions, hives, sores in the mouth or skin, blisters and peels, mental (psychiatric) symptoms, suicidal ideations or suicidal attempts.

  19. gagay, MD says:

    thanks for the info lah.. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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