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BRAIN FOG

 

Brain fog is a term that’s commonly used to describe cloudy mental thinking, difficulty with focus or concentration or sometimes difficulty with memory, or the ability to memorize new information.

Some of the key drivers of brain fog include:

      Stress

      Anxiety

      Overwhelm

      Worry

      Distraction

      Depression

Fatigue

How often do you see a patient who is complaining of cloudy mental thinking, difficulty with focus or concentration or sometimes difficulty with memory, or the ability to memorize new information?

In just 28 days, both healthy adult women and adolescent males showed significant improvements in attentional focus and motor speed when taking citicoline or one (1) Cerenx per day.

Cerenx works on attentional focus by increasing dopamine, increasing dopamine receptors, and protecting dopamine related neurons. Further evidence has shown that citicoline improves attention in a variety of patient populations including individuals with neurocognitive degeneration after a stroke, and elderly participants.

Cerenx works on attentional focus by increasing dopamine, increasing dopamine receptors, and protecting dopamine related neurons. Further evidence has shown that citicoline improves attention in a variety of patient populations including individuals with neurocognitive degeneration after a stroke, and elderly participants.

Objective: This study assessed the effects of citicoline, a nutraceutical, on attention, psychomotor function, and impulsivity in healthy adolescent males. Method: Seventy-five healthy adolescent males were randomly assigned to either the citicoline group (n = 51 with 250 or 500 mg citicoline) or placebo (n = 24). Participants completed the Ruff 2&7 Selective Attention Test, Finger Tap Test, and the Computerized Performance Test, Second Edition (CPT-II) at baseline and after 28 days of supplementation. Results: Individuals receiving citicoline exhibited improved attention (p = 0.02) and increased psychomotor speed (p = 0.03) compared with those receiving placebo. Higher weight-adjusted dose significantly predicted increased accuracy on an attention task (p = 0.01), improved signal detectability on a computerized attention task (p = 0.03), and decreased impulsivity (p = 0.01). Discussion: Adolescent males receiving 28 days of Cognizin® citicoline showed improved attention and psychomotor speed and reduced impulsivity compared to adolescent males who received placebo.

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