Study Habits to Boost Your Performance with Mushroom Nootropics

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Study habits can make or break your work as a student.

If you can study well and retain information well through a semester, you’ll see a huge difference in your classwork also. But that's a lot easier said than done. Luckily, we have a strong group of habits to integrate into studying, as well as mushroom nootropic solutions that'll support better studying and student performance.

Here are some of those tips from our team at Troomy to use mushroom nootropics and jumpstart your study habits today.

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What are Mushroom Nootropics?

Mushroom nootropics are natural or synthetic blends that can boost brain performance, focus, and more. Depending on the benefits you're looking for, they can be a huge boost to your performance as a student beyond just studying.

Are Mushroom Nootropics Safe?

Yes! Mushroom nootropics like powders, gummies, and others are all safe when they're blended by trusted providers.

Are They Just the Mushrooms I'd Find at a Grocery Store?

For the most part, no. The average grocery store doesn't carry what we call the top "functional" mushrooms available. This includes:

  • Cordyceps

  • Lion's Mane

  • Red Reishi

  • Turkey Tail

You can learn a bit more about these mushrooms from our team at Troomy here, and also see which gummy blend would be the best fit for you to improve studying.

But overall, down to your habits, you have to have strong ones in place in order to see success in the classroom. Only then will these mushroom blends really start to have a positive impact on your growth, and push you to the next level of where you want to be.

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How Do I Study Today?

Are My Habits Consistent?

Consider this first. What makes your study habits successful today? Does it translate to results? Are you overdoing it and getting overwhelmed, or is there room for improvement with how much you study? Then, once you have a good gauge on them, are they consistent?

Take a long, honest look at your habits today. Find what makes your habits successful and where you can improve so that when you do begin studying again, you’ll have a precise intent on how to move forward. As you evaluate and grow through this portion, make sure you're taking a measured approach on when you schedule time for yourself to study. Even if it's just ten minutes or fifteen, the point is that you repeatedly study throughout the week instead of pounding in one concentrated hour in crunch time. That consistency will create far better results for you in time.

Where Am I Usually Studying?

The environment is key. A loud space that doesn’t allow you to get comfortable is extremely tough to work around. You’ll want to find a space at home, in the library or anywhere that’s quiet to make the most of your studying time. Something you might want to invest in if that’s hard to find are noise-cancelling headphones. These will allow you to make virtually any space quiet quickly, and maximize the time you invest in studying. 

Do I Study Distracted?

Distracted study is common for a ton of students. With how much we use screens today and social media, it’s tough to keep your mind on track. For better success, keep your phone and tablet devices off your desk, or even out of the room completely to stay on track. 

How Do I Use My Notes?

The notes you take in class have to get used well when you’re studying at home. Make sure that you organize them during class and find ways to make recalling information much easier. Depending on your learning style, you’ll have to try a couple different routes to making studying easier on yourself.

For example, some rely heavily on visuals to keep their notes accessible. If the class has posted slides and you can make a connection to the pictures or some kind of graphic, that’s a great route to help you recall information more easily. The same goes for those that are more into written content or music. You can add lyrics to a song out of your notes or form a melody around dates, important names, values, and anything that you might be studying for exams. 

This gives you a tried and true route to remembering information quickly, but it doesn’t jumpstart problem-solving. Improving your problem-solving skills by studying is best done with a partner.

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New Study Habits to Try with Nootropics

Working With a Study Buddy

Study buddies are great to build your foundation as a student. You have no idea how much you really know until you start teaching someone else the material. Working with a study buddy is kind of like teaching, and has moments where you can make huge strides in learning effectively. 

For example, recalling working through a problem with a friend has a lot more vivid detail than writing down the answers as a note on your page during class. Memorizing vs applying is the real difference here. That can be the step you need to take to elevate as a student today. 

Meditate Before/After

Meditation cleanses your body and mind together to keep you balanced with your studying. It’s the perfect way to relax your mind at the end of the day and also relieve tension in the body from anxiety and stress.

Additionally, you can pair this with some stretching exercises as a component of your studying, or try mushroom nootropics. Mushroom nootropics offered like Calm is a great way to release tension ahead of time and keep yourself level when you're studying. Getting cooped up at your desk and in the classroom all day will make it much tougher for you to be studying at your best. Checkout Calm gummies here, and help get into the right headspace quickly. 

Breaks and Rewards

Careful with these. Depending on how disciplined you are, these can easily end up replacing most of your study time. However, you still need breaks and something to push you outside of yourself. Whether that’s going to your dream college, “getting out” of the town you grew up in, or another long-term goal, there’s going to be days you have zero motivation. Put up break times for yourself and stay on schedule. Additionally, you can try:

  • Competing with Yourself- This is a great way to add rewards to the picture. When you put metrics into how you’re performing when you’re studying, you can quickly elevate your effectiveness. You just have to be careful to not rush you process. For example, if you time how long it takes to get five problems finished, and then try to beat that on your next session, it’s a great way to quickly make improvements to your progress. Just be careful about rushing until you get acclimated to competing with yourself when studying.
  • Timed-Intervals for Breaks- Scheduling is great for some, while others are more freeform.
  • Healthy Rewards for Yourself- Rewarding yourself can be food, games, activities, relaxation, or whatever you value most. Although, you also should consider how you attach it to your studying schedule as a reward. For example, if you love playing video games and see it as a reward for good studying now, it might change how you feel about the hobby. Take your time and plan accordingly.

Nootropics and Nutrition

On top of habits for just studying, there are everyday habits like nutrition that make a huge impact on how well you study. Make sure your body is getting the nutrients it needs. This means everything form starches, proteins, and veggies, to natural sugars and sufficient calories. The better care of your body you take, the easier time you’ll have studying.

In addition to good nutrition, the mushroom gummy nootropics we touched on before are great as well. Most already have nootropics in your everyday life today, even though you don’t know the term. Creatine and caffeine, for example, are nootropics. You’ll get plenty of caffeine in your coffee, but can also take advantage of others, like functional mushrooms, throughout the day to target different benefits.

For example, those mushroom gummy blends are a great route to get started with nootropics. These blends can act as huge boosts to your studying habits with links to:

  • Better focus
  • Improved memory
  • Energy boosts
  • Less anxiety
  • Quicker reflexes
  • More restful sleep

Combining these great benefits are a wonderful way for you to have an easier time studying overall. The only thing is, not every mushroom pushes all of these benefits and can just be a cure-all to the focus you need, extra energy, or reduced stress. Each has just a few concentrated benefits it targets and isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution. 

For the best results, you should find a blend targeting only your needs rather than overall performance. Luckily, we have a strong variety in our shop here.

Get Started with Troomy Nootropics Today!

Overall, studying effectively is vital to your success as a student. Take the all-natural, organic approach to boosting your studying effectiveness with Troomy Nootropic mushroom gummies. These fruity, flavorful boosts to your day will make studying sessions go by that much faster, with more ease, and higher productivity.

Don’t wait around to get a better grade on your next test. Boost your study habits and find your “True Me" today!

Alex Heining

About the Author

Alex Heining is a major supporter and activist of mushroom-powered wellness, and has been a leader on our Troomy Nootropics team since day one. As a graduate from the University of Oregon and marketer in the Los Angeles area, he constantly aims to increase activity and acquire more knowledge on ever-changing innovations in the fungi industry today.

Over our first year as a company, he’s combined his efforts with our top blending strategists to inform the Troomy community on developments in mushroom-powered wellness, while developing delicious, functionally-powerful gummies for daily use. Whether he’s in the weightroom, studying new extraction methods, or working on some new songs, he’ll always be ready to talk your ear off about different ways you can find your “True Me” with Troomy.


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