Medicamant and memory / concentration
Hello, let me introduce myself, I am Mr. X: ‘) I am currently in PACES (first year common to health studies)
My problem is the following: I cannot concentrate on my revisions for more than a certain time … it is indeed problematic because I already have more than 100 pages of lessons done in just one week of lessons, I would like to concentrate, some lessons are really interesting but my brain does not focus despite everything not enough and especially not long enough, I should indeed revise on average 10 hours per day except that my brain stops working after 4 hours of revisions
So I come in the hope of finding constraints on certain drugs (really effective, not placebo) to increase my concentration
I have heard about everything that is methylpenidate based such as ritalin or even concerta except that I do not I can’t find any online and you need a doctor’s prescription … something I don’t have
asking you if you know where I could find this type of medication without a medical prescription or other medication with a real effect
methylphenidates are for cases of ADD or ADHD (etc.) that are to be diagnosed. If you manage to study for 4 hours you have no problem concentrating. A normal brain has 15 minutes of strong concentration. Then you have to force him or take a little break to be in the moon. It’s illegal to buy these drugs without a prescription you have to buy it over the counter and it’s expensive.
As a tip, go run when you are bored by your study. Oxygen yourself well, take a good multivitamin, and a vitamin b supplement (often marketed as a slow release ba complex) is very effective in reducing chronic fatigue, stress and increasing concentration and memory. The effects are quite quick from 1 to 2 weeks depending on the quality of the product you buy.
Its nice, I personally have ADD so I know this problem of looking at the ceiling constantly. And in the studies that I follow there are a ton of people who take concentrate, biphentin, ritalin or adderal xr and more, but they don’t need it. It’s made it easy to have it on prescription and I find it wrong.
The education system forces us to do periods of superhuman study. You need to have a healthy lifestyle and get the brain oxygenated, get a good night’s sleep, be physically active and limit bad foods (junk food and alcohol). Our body reflects the state of our brain. There are a ton of ways to encourage study before you say you need a drug.
There is a difference between a person with ADD or ADHD and a person who is simply overworked and bored with studying.
Start by taking vitamin and ginseng it will be a good start