Alpha Brain Review
For a summarisation skip the science and extended story of the following 5 paragraphs.
Last week my Alpha Brain finally arrived and this week my life is for the better. Without going into too much scientific detail Alpha Brain is a balanced nootropic with its primary focus aimed towards improving cognition, memory and sleep in people from all walks of life. Its forumla uses only high level and expensive ingredients such as GPC Choline and Huperzia Serrata which boosts the levels of Acetylcholine in the body leading to enhanced cognition and “sharpening” of the neurotransmitters as well as an enhanced stage of REM sleep leading to deep rest and the possibility of lucid dreams. Coupled with this there are various other nutrients such as GABA and L-DOPA which allow for a more peaceful state as the latter is a natural precursor found in the brain which enables the neurotransmitter dopamine. This explanation is in no way exhaustive and if you would like to learn more please visit the Onnit Labs website or study each ingredient to get an in depth view of their respective functions.
So the science is there, but does it work? One of the major problems with releasing a supplement is that the effects are firstly not always immediately noticeable which leads to the assumption that they simply are not working – nevertheless I am a believer in science and have taken the time to study what and how each of these specific ingredients contributes to the formula therefore I know if it is all either marketing jargon or actual scientific produce and I am happy to say that Alphabrain is the latter. I have been taking multivitamins now for a while and am fairly in tune with my body, exercising each day, walking a lot and eating healthily, yet when I would skip a day or two on my multivitamin regime I would not feel physically any different, nor would I feel altered once I resumed taking them – yet I press on with them as I know that my body needs the vitamins and nutrients they provide, even if the immediate effects are not felt. This is where Alphabrain differs, I really do feel the positive effects after taking it and although I cannot say 100% if this experience is from a placebo symptom I highly doubt it and even if it is, it still makes me feel good.