Now researchers at the Human Cognitive Neuroscience Unit in Newcastle are working to gather evidence to support these claims and work out how exactly they affect the brain in the way they do.
What does HCNU stand for?
HCNU stands for Human Cognitive Neuroscience Unit (Northumbria University; UK)
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Youngsters are also needed for a separate study by the university's Human Cognitive Neuroscience Unit where researchers are looking at whether a multi-vitamin can improve mental performance in eight to 14-year-olds.
Dr Mark Moss, of the Human Cognitive Neuroscience Unit at the University of Northumbria, tested the effects of essential oils from rosemary and lavender on memory, attention and mood.
Professor Andrew Scholey from the Human Cognitive Neuroscience Unit at Northumbria University will talk about the effects of substances like glucose, oxygen and herbal extracts.
Dr Tom Heffernan, from the Human Cognitive Neuroscience Unit at Northumbria University, said: "The result of the study revealed smokers reported more errors in their long-term prospective memory than non-smokers, with an additional difference between non-smokers and heavy smokers.
At the Human Cognitive Neuroscience Unit, myself and Professor Andrew Scholey are in the process of launching an internet-based study on the effects of everyday caffeine consumption.