BRAINDIVITY - Mental Performance
Premium supplement that supports mental performance and long-term brain health while enhancing focus, energy, mood, and creativity.
Braindivity was designed to support the integrity of the natural pathways that mediate cognitive and performative functions, leaving a healthier, more balanced regulatory system even after discontinuing use. So while some of the ingredients give you immediate benefits or benefits for a few days, other ingredients are busy actually building more neurons and synapses, repairing cell walls, etc. The result is that if you use Braindivity for months, you should benefit from a system upgrade – not just an enhancement.
How IT Works
Every aspect of our human capability and subjective experience is mediated by physical processes in our brain and physiology. Different pathways (e.g., neurotransmission and cellular energy) work in harmony to give rise to related capabilities.
We started with the full set of subjective experiences and capabilities that collectively result in highly creative and productive flow states, and we then mapped all of the physiological pathways and process are known to correlate to those capabilities. We then mapped the complex interactions between those processes to better understand the meta-regulatory system as a whole. Finally, we mapped all the nutrients and biochemical interventions known to positively and sustainably enhance any (and every) aspect of that metasystem, factoring for synergies between those nutrients and chemicals.
This product was developed to support and enhance every major physiological process involved in mediating productive flow states:
Rather than driving specific end-chain neurochemicals in ways that could create imbalances in other parts of the system, or lead to down-regulation of endogenous processes and homeostasis, we focused on supporting the underlying pathways and processes that produce and regulate neurochemistry for balanced and sustainable effects.
Optimize Neural Structures
Beyond supporting real-time neurochemistry, we had the goal of positively affecting the underlying regulatory structures themselves in ways that could produce even greater upregulation and lasting benefits beyond the active chemistry lifecycle. That involved working on supporting the following structural upregulation processes:
– Cerebral antioxidants
– Protection against excitotoxins
– Increased cerebral detoxification
– Upregulated neurotrophins (BDNF, NGF, etc)
– Stimulation of new neuron development increased grey matter density
– Neural plasticity modulators
– Electrical signaling modulators
– RNA upregulation
– Microcapillary blood supply
– Cerebral perfusion agents
Cerebral Blood Flow
– Protect existing mitochondria
– Upregulate efficiency of ATP production
– Support new mitochondrial development
Energy & Metabolic Support
– Cell wall fluidity & elasticity
– Cell nucleus & mitochondrial membrane structure
– Myelin nerve & axonal sheath support
Optimize Cellular Energy
From a bottom-up point of view, we are a very complex coordination-colony of tens of trillions of individual cells. The physical energy processes that fuel these cells are foundational to everything they/we do. Decreased energy production at a cellular level is one of the primary elements of aging. Supporting cellular energy is fundamental to all the higher level processes we care to enhance.
Along with the nervous system, the endocrine (hormone) system is a part of the body’s top-down regulatory system. The endocrine system has significant control over a long list of processes: energy and fat metabolism, immune function, inflammation, tissue synthesis, genetic transcription, sleep, pain modulation, cognition, and even general mood. Everyone who has experienced changes in hormones knows how profound an effect they can have on our subjective state. Supporting endocrine system regulation is a critical pillar of optimizing mental and emotional well being.
Individual neurochemicals are regulated by neural networks which are part of the overall connectome, which is a part of the nervous system as a whole, which in turn affects the entire body. Neurotransmitters are made from amino acids that are broken down from dietary proteins in the upper GI tract. A significant percentage of our total neurotransmitter synthesis happens through bacterial processes in our intestines. Inflammatory conditions anywhere in the body can create cytokine cascades that cross the blood-brain barrier and affect the nervous system. The entire human organism is profoundly and complexly interconnected. Optimizing neurological function requires optimizing the function of the supporting systems.