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Old 11-24-2016, 07:26 AM   #1
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I wonder if I can get a professional advice on my daily stack. I am a programmer so I require a lot of focus at my work and usually I work more than 10 hours per day and I exercise 40 mins daily.

I researched a lot of nootropics and these are the once I found pretty useful:
Rhodiola rosea
ginseng
L-Tyrosine
Caffeine
L-theanine
Choline
Potassium
5-HTP
Magnesium
Ginkgo biloba
Omega 3
Zinc
Iron
Multivitamin
Holy Basil
Tribulus Terrestris
BCAA
L-Glutamine
Creatine
ashwagandha
b12
LibiPro
DMAE
Calcium
beta alanine
maca
horny goat weed
Phosphatidylserine

I wonder if there is conflicts between these supplements or bad reactions could occur on the long term?
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Old 11-24-2016, 09:24 AM   #2
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Just to let you know these forums are not for professional answers, but rather for patients to share information & experiences as well as to offer support to one another. So any responses you get would be based on that premise, and should not be considered medical or professional advice. Having said that, many of our members do have a wealth of knowledge to share, so I hope you will find helpful answers.
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Old 11-24-2016, 04:51 PM   #3
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Hi neuroo

Welcome to NeuroTalk.

It might be an idea if you saw a qualified dietitian.

A dietitian will be able to review what you eat with you.

Very often, as long as somebody eats in a healthy way and does not have any underlying medical problems, their nutritional needs are met from their diet - a dietitian should be able to advise about this.

As far as possible interactions between the many substances that you taking for their alleged cognitive benefits are concerned, the "Interactions Checker" in this site might help you Drugs.com | Prescription Drug Information, Interactions & Side Effects.

You may find this Abstract of a review of the alleged benefits of claimed cognition-enhancing substances of interest The Changing Drug Culture: Use and Misuse of Cognition-Enhancing Drugs. - PubMed - NCBI.
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I take a lot of vitamins and have found them helpful for me for a variety of reasons. Very generally speaking, Ive needed additional help with energy levels probably due to having more than one autoimmune illness
and have had cognitive concerns as one of my rx's has been known to damper down one's cognitive abilities.

The very last item on your list is something I take in a product called "ps 100." I have found it to be very helpful cognitively.

Other things like vitamins D3 and B12 and B6 seem to help me with energy.

Caffeine always helps me with both issues.
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