Brain Not Working? Buy A New One!
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My parents always tell me that I’m so lucky to be a part of this generation’s work environment; that they had a much harder time than we do. However, as much as not having to wear a skirt and heels to the office every day is nice, it ties into the assumption that millennials are “lazy,” “ungrateful” and “entitled.” Maybe that’s because millennials are more active, vocal and visible online, as the first generation to fully utilize social media in our everyday lives.
On the downside, social media has drastically shifted millennials’ work ethic, with the biggest issue likely being multi-tasking.The world we live in today is basically one giant memory competition. But with advanced technology probing an increased utilization of social media in the workplace, triggering distractions, how are we supposed to get back on track? The answer: buy a new brain. More specifically, a faster, sharper one.
Okay, maybe you can’t buy a new brain. But you can buy a nutrition drink that aims to improve your “brain wellness.” BrainGear is a nootropic supplement that promises to “support neurotransmitter development to promote a feeling of mental sharpness, help equalize mood and create a positive stress response, help maintain healthy neurons to support learning and recall, and promote the production of serotonin and melatonin, brain chemicals that regulate a restful night sleep.” Considering everyone’s brain is one-of-a-kind, they say that the benefits you notice first will be unique to the part of your brain that needs support the most. With no side effects and multiple perks, you can see why BrainGear is spearheading the movement to “buy a better brain.”
I have NO CLUE if this stuff works, but brain wellness is one of the most important aspects of a healthy life. Your brain and how you’re using it defines who you are, what you feel, and how you act. So basically, if there is a way to improve the functionality of your brain without any harm or side effects, why wouldn’t you want to try it out? Maybe your brain will learn how to successfully multi-task, or just not get distracted at all!
In a world where we spend most of our day staring at screens that are doing more damage than good, “a clearer brain today” and “a stronger brain tomorrow” guaranteed by BrainGear sounds pretty good to me.
Posted by Julia R