Who among us doesn’t need a brain boost? Maintaining cognitive function is an increasingly important challenge, especially as we age. Functional changes occur in the brain with aging; you may have trouble organizing your thoughts, recalling information, or even expressing yourself the way you want to. Some memory loss is expected with age. Over time, nutrient deficiencies, stress, and free radical damage can all affect brain cells.
While some memory loss is common in the aging population, factors such as free-radical damage, nutrient deficiencies, and stress are known to contribute to further loss. Maintaining memory is about maintaining neurons so they can properly process and transmit information. Feeding your neurons with important nutrients like huperzine A, vinpocetine and ginkgo biloba can eradicate free radicals and support the brain’s blood circulation. These are the three most studied — and most effective — ingredients for cognitive support.
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