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For high school students..7 drinks that help you memorize and focus in studying


High school students need to drink some drinks while studying to help them focus and pay attention and activate the brain to achieve more comprehension, and according to scientific research, some drinks contain natural compounds that stimulate the mind and support brain functions. High school, according to the American medical website "Health line".


7 drinks to memorize, focus and support brain functions while studying for high school

 

1. Coffee

Coffee is probably the most popular nootropic drink globally, and most of its benefits come from caffeine, although it contains other compounds like the antioxidant chlorogenic acid that may improve brain health as well.


One study revealed that caffeine may improve focus, alertness, reaction time and memory at doses of 40-300 mg, which is equivalent to about 0.5-3 cups (120-720 ml) of coffee.


Coffee may also protect against Alzheimer's disease In a week-long study in mice, a dose equivalent to 5 cups (1.2 liters) of coffee per day, or about 500 mg of caffeine, helped prevent and treat Alzheimer's disease, but studies in humans are needed.


Keep in mind that caffeine is known to be safe at levels up to 400 mg per day, or about 4 cups (945 ml) of coffee.


2. Green tea

 

The caffeine content of green tea is much lower than that of coffee however, it also boasts two promising nootropic compounds - l-theanine and epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG).


Studies show that l-theanine may promote relaxation, and that l-theanine combined with caffeine may improve attention.


 A review of 21 human studies found that green tea may support focus, attention, and memory.


Additionally, EGCG is able to enter your brain through the blood-brain barrier, which means it can have beneficial effects on your brain or even fight neurodegenerative diseases.


3. Orange juice

 

Orange juice is rich in vitamin C, with one cup (240 ml) providing 93% of the daily value. Interestingly, this vitamin may offer neuro-health benefits.


One review of fifty human studies found that those with higher blood levels of vitamin C or a higher amount of vitamin C had better attention, memory, and language than those with lower levels of this vitamin.


The best way to get this vitamin is to simply eat a whole fruit orange. It is lower in calories and sugar, as well as higher in fiber, than orange juice.


4. Green juice

 

Green juice combines fruits and vegetables such as:


Dark leafy greens such as kale or spinach


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green apple


Fresh herbs, such as lemongrass


Green smoothies may also contain ingredients such as avocado, yogurt, or bananas


While the brain-boosting potential of green smoothies or smoothies depends largely on the ingredients, these drinks are often rich in vitamin C and other antioxidants that are beneficial for your brain health.


5. Turmeric milk

 

Sometimes called golden milk, turmeric is a warm beverage in which turmeric is added to milk and drunk. Turmeric contains the antioxidant curcumin, which may increase the body's production of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF).


Low BDNF is associated with mental deficits and neurological disorders, so raising BDNF levels may improve brain function.


6. Beet juice

 

Beets are a deep red root vegetable that is naturally rich in nitrates - a precursor of nitric oxide, which your body uses to boost cell oxygenation and improve blood flow.


Nitric oxide signaling may play roles in the areas of the brain responsible for language, learning, and advanced decision-making, and beet juice may enhance these effects by increasing nitric oxide production.


7- herbal tea

Some herbal teas may provide a boost to the brain. These include:


Sage: This herb may support memory and improve mood.


Ginkgo biloba: A review of studies in more than 2,600 people found that this plant may relieve symptoms of Alzheimer's disease and mild cognitive decline.


Ashwagandha: This popular nootropic herb protects against neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's disease.


Ginseng: Some evidence supports the use of ginseng for neuroprotective properties and to enhance brain function.

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