2nd Smartest Man in the World Opts for Nootropics
Rick Rosner has an IQ of 192, earning him a spot on the World Genius Directory list. The average IQ score is between 90-110 and anything above 140 is considered genius. Thus, not making it much of a surprise that Rosner has turned more than just a few heads. For a guy who used to work as a roller-skating waiter and a club bouncer during his earlier years, Rosner has astoundingly climbed his way up the ladder of success by being a TV writer and producer, and working for Jimmy Kimmel. This world-renowned genius now has 4.37 million followers on Twitter and a net worth of $2 million. Many have labeled Rosner’s impeccable cognitive abilities as luck, but the man swears on nootropics and starts his days by swallowing 40 pills.
But it wasn’t always that way. When Rosner was younger, his IQ scores never measured much above 150. Years later, he began scoring in the 170s, 180s, and then the 190s. Developing such a significant increase in IQ score over a few years is not only staggering, but rather bizarre. A large variety of entrepreneurs and celebrities have demanded to be let in on Rosner’s secret.
During an interview with Life Extension Magazine, Rosner gave his opinion in regards to how his daily regimen of supplements have made him smarter over the years. His statement:
“My intent has always been to keep the brain function I already have as long as possible. If I can avoid much of [the brain-function decline], then I’ll have increased my intelligence relative to people my age. Until my mid-40s, I could get by with exercise and diet, but it’s good that I discovered supplements because exercise and diet wouldn’t be sufficient indefinitely. I feel as good in my mid-50s as I did in my mid-40s. What’s the point of experience if your brain’s too gummed-up to access it? PET scans of people with illnesses related to unhealthy eating and lack of exercise show dimmed-out brain function. Get them to clean up their act, and their brains light up again.”
Rosner’s daily regimen mainly consist of nootropics or cognitive enhancing supplements that boost memory, concentration and learning. The term nootropic comes from two Greek words, meaning
1) nous = mind/brain
2) trepein = turn,
The caffeine most of us have in our humble cup of coffee each morning to kick-start our days, is the most common nootropic supplement in the world.
Rosner shares with Life Extension Magazine his full list of supplements, which includes well-known nootropics such as the powerful centrophenoxine and Phosphatidylserine. With the increasing public awareness of the science behind nootropics, a number of recent products have emerged on the market which combine their greatest parts. Lift Nutraceuticals have mastered the design of a formula that packs the most effective and cutting-edge ingredients. Specially constructed for enhancing memory, focus, and productivity. Their Nooshift is supplement seeing huge success thanks largely to a customer base of students, ADHD sufferers, and entrepreneurs. All with the sole objective of looking to push the boundaries of what their brains are currently capable of.
These “all in one” nootropic manufacturers have been blazing a trail when it comes to increasing public awareness as nootropics have gone mainstream over the past couple years, but there is still a lot for the public to learn. While nootropics have been around since the 60’s, it was really only the 2011 box office hit “Limitless” – starring Bradley Cooper as a down and out whose luck changes drastically after he takes a ‘brain enhancing’ drug – that put nootropics and brain enhancement in view of the mainstream audience.
Brain-hacking (or biohacking) is now a vocal community of passionate people seeking to do what Rosner has done. People dream to go beyond their god given abilities in order to do more with the limited number of hours they have available to them each day. Those who use these supplements swear that they no longer experience early-morning brain haze after waking up. Additionally, they claim to have greater levels of focus and attention throughout the day.
How long before I feel the effects of these Nootropics?
The results offered by nootropic supplements tends not to be immediate, but rather build up cumulatively over a few days. New customers are advised to experiment with nootropics for at least a couple of months to expect optimal benefits. We recommend giving them a go. There’s nothing to lose. Moreover, you may find that you are able to reach levels of productivity and effectiveness that you had previously only imagined.
Who knows… You may even end up with an IQ like Rick – 192!