- People in high-performance industries increasingly turn to cognitive enhancement drugs, known as nootropics
- Advocates argue they can improve memory and focus, among other benefits
- Expert studies have shown few negative side effects and areas suited to the use of such substances
- Pressure on employers, regulators to take a firm position on contentious issue
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(CNN)How did you wake yourself up this morning? Perhaps through a morning run, or hitting the yoga mat. You might favor good old caffeine, or new-age nutritional supplements.