How To Increase Intelligence: 3 Ground-Breaking Approaches [2019]

If you’ve ever wondered how to increase your intelligence safely and reliably, this post is for you.

I’m going to lay out three recent developments for boosting IQ, all backed by science.

And the truth is, the race to enhance human intelligence is on. There’s no better time than today to try and get smarter.

To put it in the words of Eliezer Yudkowsky:

“Anything that could give rise to smarter-than-human intelligence – in the form of Artificial Intelligence, brain-computer interfaces, or neuroscience-based human intelligence enhancement – wins hands down beyond contest as doing the most to change the world. Nothing else is even in the same league. “

There’s still a whole lot we don’t know about the human mind. Developing drugs that act on the brain isn’t easy.

It’s been an area that many big pharmaceutical companies have moved away from in favor of less risky drug development [1].

To fill the gap, the scientific and biohacking community has been looking at different preventive care solutions to maintain cognitive health and enhance human intelligence.

Neuroprosthetic, nootropics, and stem cells therapy are currently leading the race to enhance human intelligence. Let’s go through each one of them one by one.

Increasing Your Intelligence (IQ): 3 Novel Approaches

1. Neuroprosthetics

Neuroprosthetics can be cate­gorized as output neural interfaces, which convert the brain’s intentions to external actions, or as input neural interfaces, which take information from the environ­ment and convert it into perceptions (think cochlear implant and bionic eye)[2].

In its simplest form, a neuroprosthetic is a device that supplants or supplements the input and/or output of the nervous system.

For decades, researchers have eyed neuroprosthetics as ways to bypass neural deficits caused by disease, or even to augment existing function for improved performance.latest neuroprosthetics for human enhancement

Today, several different types of surgical brain implants are being tested for their ability to restore some level of function in patients with severe sensory or motor disabilities.

Companies like Kernel are working to develop cognitive neuroprosthetic devices that maintain the brain’s vitality, help unlock its trapped potential, and create more meaningful, enjoyable, and fulfilling existences.

They are hoping to accomplish the feat by connecting the human brain to artificial intelligence, something that has the potential to be a real game changer for the world.

Our biology and genetics have become increasingly programmable; our neural code is next in line.

2. Nootropics

Unlike neuroprosthetics, nootropics are already in the market and have been for thousands of years. Most Corpina readers are already familiar with cognitive enhancers.

Nootropics are supplements, neutraceuticals, or foods that enhance your cognition and boost your brainpower while being extremely safe and protective of the brain. Nootropics are often used to increase attention spans, help individuals focus, and increase long-term memory.

It’s an exciting time to be involved with nootropics as the scientific community’s interest in the concept grew significantly in the last decade, largely due to the positive results obtained by many dementia-prone patients [4].

We now understand how some nootropic compounds affect the brain and help enhance cognitive function. Some do it by increasing blood flow to the brain, others by stimulating the growth of new neurons or by increasing the supply of the precursors required by neurotransmitters in order to form memories [5].

Namobrain’s IGNITE, for instance, is composed of Bacopa Monieri, Ginkgo Biloba and Lion’s Mane mushroom; three all natural nootropics extensively covered on Corpina for their cognitive benefits.

Researchers are getting closer to understanding what makes these substances do what they do, but very little is certain right now.

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