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How does Brain Bright work?Updated 2 months ago

 Brain Bright offers triple-action brain enhancement with three unique approaches to brighten a “drained brain”:

  • Boosting levels of key neurotransmitters. Brain Bright’s neuro-nutrients supply the brain with the raw materials to enhance levels of these neurotransmitters, in essence like recharging a “drained” battery.
  • Increasing blood flow to the brain. Brain Bright’s neuro-nutrients enhance blood flow to the brain, which also means efficient delivery of important brain nutrients. Brain Bright is also caffeine-free, as caffeine can reduce brain blood flow through vasoconstriction.
  • Supporting protection of the brain from cortisol, toxins, and free radicals. Brain Bright’s neuro-nutrients promote stress tolerance, help keep cortisol in check, and improve focus and mental work capacity. Brain Bright’s neuro-nutrients supply antioxidants to help “shield” the brain from the harmful effects of free radicals.
  • Boosting levels of key neurotransmitters, continued:  Neurotransmitters are chemical messengers that are responsible for healthy and effective communication in the brain. Depletion of these neurotransmitters—as a result of chronic stress, inadequate sleep, and poor nutrition—leads to mental fatigue, reduced feelings of well-being, and the inability to focus, pay attention, and think clearly and quickly.
  • Increasing blood flow to the brain, continued:  Studies show that reduced blood flow to the brain is related to a decreased ability to process information, memory and learning, reasoning and problem solving, and overall cognitive function.
  • Supporting protection of the brain from cortisol, toxins, and free radicals, continued:  While a normal stress response plays an intricate role in healthy functioning, chronic exposure to stress and the stress hormone cortisol can be harmful to overall health and brain function. What’s more, stress can be downright distracting, acutely affecting one’s ability to remain clear and focused. Oxidative stress is one of the primary factors contributing to brain aging, and it is implicated in multiple age-related consequences.
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