As a university student, I came to realize the importance of being mentally focused and alert during my classes early on in my pharmacology degree. In order to actually be able to absorb all the knowledge being thrown my way, I needed to enhance my ability to concentrate and memorize significantly.
One of the best professors in my program advised me that the better I was able to memorize every piece of information related to the drugs and diseases I was studying, the better I would be as a pharmacist and in my job. This turned out to be very, very good advice. Today, when I work with specific drugs, I'm required to recall all aspects of it, including dosage, drug interactions, as well as specific precautions while administering it to patients.
While my professor didn't teach me how to memorize so much information (that took a lot of practice and time!) I tried to figure out how to boost my brain’s“endurance” to be able to focus longer and memorize more and more information as time went on. So, I began researching. What I discovered is that almost everyone has personal experiences trying to better their memory and focus through nutrition, sleep hacks, nootropics, and even by working at specific times of day when they feel their concentration is at its peak. Turns out that building your brain’s endurance for memorization requires a combination of practice, practice, practice, as well as key nutrients, which can naturally enhance the cognitive functions of the brain. In our article, I will mention all of them but more extensively discuss the one that most benefited myself - The body’s master antioxidant - Liposomal Glutathione.