Welcome to Mental Mojo’s Nootropic Blog, where we will keep you posted on all matters of nootropics information. Team Mojo makes it a point to stay on top of all information that pertains to our products, whether it be fresh or widely studied. Our Nootropic Blog is intended to provide you with any nootropics information that could possibly interest you or help you better understand the benefits of how nootropics can provide you with clean, sustainable energy and focus on a daily basis.

At Mental Mojo, we’re devoted to keeping you in the loop. We will bend over backward to make sure you understand just exactly what it is that you’re taking and why it works to deliver you such clean, unadulterated energy. Because this can get super science-y and we realize not everyone is a scientist, (although we think this is a great time to brag about the fact that Mental Mojo was created by a neuroscientist), we promise to relay all information in terms that everyone can understand and (hopefully) will even find interesting. We also feature blogs to help you navigate life a bit better, whether you’re a student facing finals or a nurse battling long nights.

We’ve created this Nootropic Blog for you. We’re honored to have you on board as one of our customers and we want to deliver transparent answers to any questions that may arise regarding nootropics. If you’re not finding what you’re looking for on our blog or website, please feel free to reach out to our friendly staff. We’re always happy to assist where we can.

Happy reading, learning, and go-getting. Thanks for your interest in Mental Mojo!

Brains or Brawn: What Does Your Workout Build?

by Alexander LaCroix on

Your brain is a muscle, but new studies are revealing that certain types of exercise build it better than others. A recent study funded by the Academy of Finland examined...

Binge-Watching = Brain Drain

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Recent cognitive performance studies suggest that binge-watching TV on a regular basis is bad for your brain. Specifically, researchers at the University of California followed individuals with low exercise levels and high...

Grace Under Pressure: Avoiding Emotional Override

by Alexander LaCroix on

In the heat of battle with a friend or significant other, they suddenly throw a power punch. Heat prickles across your skin. Your heart rate increases. Your chest...

How Does Music Help You Focus?

by Alexander LaCroix on

There seems to be two different types of people in the world: ones who use music to focus and ones who need complete and total silence in order...

Vinpocetine: The MVP of Nootropic Supplementation

by Alexander LaCroix on

The most powerful of Mental Mojo’s active ingredients is plant-derived Vinpocetine, also known as “Viagra for the brain.”[1] As stated in the International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research,...

The Five Best Brain-Boosting Rituals

by Alexander LaCroix on

Your brain is your engine of success. Research suggests that adopting the five following rituals will keep it finely tuned into your golden years. Savor the little victories:...

Can Concussions Cause Suicide?

by Alexander LaCroix on

For decades, Americans have been glued to NFL Sunday or flying down the ski slope without a helmet, mostly ignorant of the perils associated with concussions. Now, the players’...

Why the Human Brain is Shrinking

by Alexander LaCroix on

Fact: our brains are 10% smaller than they were 10,000 to 20,000 years ago. Anthropologists and psychologists across the world have advanced various explanations sharing the common threads discussed below. One driver...

Inside the Brain of a Math Wizard

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There’s no doubt that truly gifted mathematicians think differently than the rest of us. It’s often observable during their everyday social interactions. But is there a neuroanatomical explanation...

Left-Handedness and Genius

by Alexander LaCroix on

Despite stunning scientific advances in genetics, nanotechnology and robotics (to name a few), many neurologic phenomena remain unexplained. Take hand dominance. Scientists have been struggling for centuries to explain...