In the past, cognitive health issues have been very focused on age-related memory. While this is obviously still an issue, it mainly impacts consumers in their early to mid sixties. Over the past five years the cognitive issues people are facing have taken a shift. A review of data collected over the past ten years show the growing issues are now, focus and concentration. These concerns are hitting a younger demographic, from eighteen year olds all the way up to those forty-five to fifty years old. Memory problem aren’t going away, they’re just not growing as fast as this group. A lot of these issues can be directly attributed to social aspects and social media. In today’s world we are bombarded with non-stop information overload.
People are more stressed out than ever before. They are juggling their careers, kids, media, their social lives, news and everything online. Everyday lives have become so chaotic, causing difficulty in focusing, paying attention, and concentrating. It’s a relentless barrage of data on our phones, computers and TV. It’s no wonder that people are looking for an effective brain supplement to help them navigate their hectic lives.
Who needs a "cogni boost"?
When you break down who is taking cognitive health supplements for focus and/or attention, there are four main groups. First group is the middle-aged working mom. She is constantly being bombarded with stress, ultimately causing the so-called “mom brain” because she’s got a million things going on. This group really benefits from a good brain supplement to provide extra focus and attention. The next group is the age fifty-five plus – the pre-retiree who is becoming more active. They are taking care of grandchildren and may be playing more sports, so having the increased mental energy and focus is a must. The next two groups are a younger demographic, including those interested in sports and gaming. People in these groups are looking for anything they can add into their daily regimen to keep their brain healthy and functioning at an optimal level.
What to look for in a brain supplement...
Using a brain supplement can go a long way in achieving your memory, focus and attention goals. Now the question becomes “what should I look for in a brain supplement”? The easy answer is, flip the bottle around and research the ingredients. Clever marketing and catchy slogans should not be the basis for choosing a brain supplement. Watch out for products that are nothing more than inexpensive herbal extracts being touted as a miracle supplement designed to separate you from your hard earned money.
Have you heard of Cognizin® Citicoline?
The one ingredient that is getting a lot of well deserved attention is Cognizin® Citicoline a branded form of Citicoline. Cognizin is a clinically tested form of Citicoline that supplies the brain with the nutrition it needs to stay sharp, that’s why it’s known as the “powerhouse brain nutrient”. Cognizin® Citicoline is a plant-based ingredient that is manufactured by a fermentation process and it’s not chemically synthesized. Because Citicoline is a nutrient that is already in your body, by supplementing you are merely supporting something that is already naturally occurring in your brain. For this reason opting for a brain supplement that contains a minimum of 250mg per dose of Cognizin® Citicoline is, well, a “no brainer”!
- Citicoline is a brain chemical that occurs naturally in the body and has been proposed for use in traumatic brain injuries, stroke, vascular dementia, Parkinson’s disease, and brain aging.
- Studies show that Citicoline supplementation provides nutritional support for brain energy, attention, focus, and recall.
- Kyowa’s proprietary form of citicoline, Cognizin® has been clinically studied to support mental energy, focus and attention.
- Did you know that Akuna’s liquid brain supplement Cogni Supreme contains 500 mg of Cognizin® Citicoline in daily dose?