The Connection Between Neuroscience and Love Explained

Neuroscience and Love Explained Wendy Yoder Ph.D. Neuroscientist Background The desire to fall in love is a universal characteristic. Unfortunately, myriad obstacles frequently hinder or otherwise disrupt the underlying neurochemical pathways necessary for emotional intimacy and romantic attachment. As a consequence, adverse physiological and psychological symptoms frequently manifest, resulting in progressive, often debilitating mental health…

Forskolin

ForskolinBackground Forskolin, most commonly known as Coleus forskohlii, is an herb used in traditional medicine that may increase testosterone and induce fat loss, particularly in men. With its nootropic effects, Forskolin has been used for centuries in various forms of natural medicine in Brazil, eastern and central Africa, India, and other Asian countries with various…

Melatonin

MelatoninBackground Melatonin, also known as N-acetyl-5-methoxytryptamine, is a natural hormone secreted by the pineal gland in the brain and a neurotransmitter most known for its regulation of sleep. Melatonin production and release in the brain is naturally related to time of day, rising in the evening and falling in the morning. Generally, light at night…

Nootropics for Better Sex

Nootropics for Better Sex Nootropic and sex drive It is an established fact that Nootropics are a class of medication related to the improvement of cognitive functioning in human beings. Cognitive performance refers to the process through which a person processes his or her thoughts.  This is often closely related to memory, focus, concentration, learning,…