Gaming demands a large amount of brain power. It’s thrilling, exhilarating and extremely satisfying (when you’re winning); it demands concentration and lightning-fast reaction times. But after a while, our brains get tired, especially after hours of intense gameplay.
While many gamers turn to large quantities of coffee or energy drinks to energise their brains in an attempt to improve their gameplay, too much caffeine can make people anxious and jittery. Not only that, after a couple of hours, you’re in for a catastrophic caffeine crash that will make effective gaming difficult and will mentally wipe you out for an extended period of time.
Improving memory and focus
Natural brain supplements have been found to improve focus and mental alertness without the nasty side effects that come hand in hand with drinking large amounts of caffeine.
They provide relaxed concentration; a form of mental alertness that isn’t accompanied by shaky hands or anxious thoughts that can distract you from gaming. Supplements can act as memory enhancers, and a good memory goes a long way in the world of gaming.
Focus without anxiety
The BRAINXP ‘Focus’ brain supplements are perfect for the devoted gamer. They are scientifically developed products made by a company that is continuously innovating and improving its products to provide gamers with the best possible focus supplements.
The tablets are made up of natural ingredients, such as Acetyl-L-Carnitine to improve mental energy levels and blood circulation, caffeine to promote wakefulness and alertness, and L-Theanine to reduce feelings of stress and anxiety.
According to a paper published in 2010, researchers found that caffeine and L-Theanine, when taken together, improved accuracy and alertness while doing mentally demanding tasks, such as gaming.
The other natural ingredients in the ‘Focus’ brain supplements are L-Tyrosine, which improves cognitive flexibility, matcha green tea, which improves concentration, and vitamin B-12 which aids central nervous system functioning. Why not give brain supplements a try and see how they can improve your gaming experience?
Learn more about the L-Theanine studies here.