Is it true that some drinks can improve brain function

Some drinks on store shelves contain nootropics and adaptogens. These substances are believed to be

make the brain work more efficiently. But is it scientifically true? Discuss

According to Dr. Brent Bauer, an internist at the Mayo Clinic, people usually think that nootropics can improve brain function. Such substances include, for example, fish oil.

There are also adaptogens that many believe help keep the balance of substances in the body. That is, if you have a lot of something, then these compounds will reduce the amount of these substances, and vice versa.

Before taking drinks containing adaptogens ornootropics, you should always consult with your doctor, notes Dr. Bauer. First, these ingredients are not safe for everyone. Secondly, you need to make sure that drinks designed to improve brain function do not interfere with other drugs.

If we talk about the health benefits of drinks with nootropics and adaptogens, then you really should not expect quick results.

Dr Bauer says there may bespecial people who will feel the benefits of these drinks. However, the results of studies show that the effect of such drinks is very small and most likely will not be felt by the average person.

News stories cannot be equated with a doctor's prescription. Before making a decision, consult a specialist.