Has this year left you with brain fog?
Brain fog is a generalised dip in brain function, encompassing every faculty from attention span and memory to focus, performance and stamina. Stress is a major contributor to brain fog as are digestive issues, lack of sleep and hormonal imbalances.
Brain fog has you operating well below par. It is also exhausting to function through a fog.
Many LASER FOCUS customers have experienced the relief of the fog finally lifting and being able to think clearly and effectively again.
A sharp brain makes everything so much more effortless. You retain all the information you need, you remember and apply that information appropriately, you see ways to get things done more easily, you have the focus to concentrate on a task and get something done in no time that usually takes you forever, you have great ideas and you experience serene clarity as opposed to that jumbled feeling of chasing your tail.
LASER FOCUS acts as a balm and a regulator, upgrading critical nutrient levels to sustain optimum brain function and brain health. It acts on many levels to ensure stronger mental performance. It improves:
Energy Production and Oxidative Stress
To prevent degeneration and maintain efficiency, the brain requires sufficient energy to function optimally and to clear out debris. It also requires protection from oxidative stress. Acetyl-l-carnitine and Coenzyme Q10 help brain cells produce energy more efficiently, allowing for sharper function and the swift elimination of debris. Meanwhile, N-Acetyl-Cysteine upgrades levels of Glutathione in the brain, which is a powerful antioxidant that protects against cellular damage.
Researchers tell us that our attention span is at an all-time low. We apparently now have a shorter attention span than goldfish. However, our brain physiology has not changed and so, while we may not concentrate on anything for very long anymore because of the increased number of distractions available to us, we are still capable of laser focus. The right nutritional support is vital for facilitating optimum focus. Vitamin D3, Pine Bark, L-Tyrosine, Matcha Green Tea and Green Coffee Bean all help to improve our attention span.
Our ability to acquire knowledge, assess new information and integrate it into previous knowledge depends upon certain cognitive functions that are supported by specific nutrients, such as Coenzyme Q10, Ginseng, Brahmi and Vitamins B6 and B12.
Problem solving depends upon the ability to reason, perceive an issue from many different angles and make decisions. These are all aspects of cognitive function that are supported by Zinc, Coenzyme Q10, Ginkgo Biloba, Olive Leaf and Lion’s Mane Mushroom.
Our ability to recall information that we have absorbed depends upon our capacity to encode it, associate it with other information, store it and retrieve it when needed. Language is a function of memory and when our memory is under par, we frequently forget a word or someone’s name. Phosphatidylcholine, Vitamin B6 and Zinc are actively involved in memory function, as is N-Acetyl-Cysteine, thanks to its ability to regulate levels of glutamate — one of the most important neurotransmitter in your brain.
The nervous system is made up of the brain, spinal cord and nerves. It processes sensory information and coordinates bodily functions. All the individual nerves placed end to end could reach around the world two and a half times. Neurotransmitters are special chemicals that are key to the balanced functioning of the nervous system. The production of these neurotransmitters requires vital nutrients such as Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid), Vitamin B6. Optimal psychological function is a result of balance and is aided by nutrients such as Gotu Kola, Xeaxanthin, Lutein, Vitamin C, Vitamin B9 (folate) and Vitamin B12.