Whether it’s the ability to access information quickly or store learned information efficiently, the brain relies on select biochemicals to stay focused during cognitive activities. Raw intelligence alone only represents a fraction of what the brain is truly capable of; the rest is determined largely by how effectively the brain can both store and retrieve information.
These essential biochemicals are collectively known as neurotransmitters and they help enable neurons to transmit messages (electrical impulses) to other neurons. The transmission of these messages is a fundamental feature of brain function and the physiology of the nervous system.
But various factors including nutrition, sleep, lack of exercise and more can impair functions of the brain and the nervous system, and therefore have a negative impact on metabolism, mood, appetite, energy production, cognition, performance and health…essentially holding your brain back from reaching its potential.See Pricing
CerebralCharge™ is scientifically formulated to support working memory, sharpen focus, and enhance attention, but how does it actually work?
CerebralCharge™ synergistic blend helps improve mental alertness by stimulating the production of your primary neurotransmitter: acetylcholine. This multi-faceted biochemical can make or break working memory, neural speed and overall brain capacity.
An increase in acetylcholine has been clinically linked to the brain’s ability to store, review and retrieve information.
CerebralCharge™ also helps improve your concentration and focus by increasing the production of bioactive components that support brain-cell communication.
L-tyrosine is the amino acid precursor utilized by the body for the production of L-dopa. L-tyrosine is both safe and effective for stimulating brain function.
Also known as PEA, phenylethylamine naturally occurring chemical found brain that promotes pleasure and euphoria. It stimulates the central nervous system without causing nervousness or the jittery feeling. PEA is also found in chocolate and is responsible for its effects on mood, appetite, and sense of well-being, giving it the moniker “The Love Drug.” PEA is also believed to cause the release of dopamine in the pleasure sensing areas of the brain.
L-theanine is an amino acid closely related to the neurotransmitter GABA, and easily absorbed by the body. L-theanine can help the body provide that calm sense of balance while not interfering with the stimulating effect of increased neural activity.
A semi-synthetic compound derived originally from the periwinkle plant, vinpocetine helps the body deliver oxygen to the brain by increasing circulation and blood flow.
Also known as gamma-aminobutyric acid, GABA is a neurotransmitter responsible for mediating neuronal activity.
Alpha-Glyceryl Phosphoryl Choline (A-GPC) is a patented, highly bioavailable form of choline. Clinical studies show it significantly increases acetylcholine (AC) levels in the brain. Higher concentrations of acetylcholine is linked to improved focus, memory, and motivation.
Vitamin B12 is one of the body's busiest vitamins, involved in an estimated 101 chemical reactions. One of its primary tasks is to aid in the manufacturing of amino acids and neurotransmitters. Some of these neurotransmitters are serotonin, norepinephrine, dopamine and GABA.
I have been taking this for a week now and have noticed more clarity in my thoughts and focus. I take one in the morning and another one half an hour before lunch. Pretty impressed so far.
Twice a day, I started right away. They’re easy to take because of the plastic cover. It was even packaged with a good seal.
I take it 2 times a day and the difference that I felt was great! I felt the difference after a week. I was less hungry and my memory is better than it was before.
CerebralCharge™ supports the role of memory functions and promotes working memory during everyday activities.
Whether at the office or on the go, CerebralCharge™ helps enhance attention.
In class or at the library, CerebralCharge™ helps supports cognitive performance and healthy cognitive function.
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