I would like to introduce you to an amazing product called Cogniquil.
Cognition, including learning and memory, is dependent upon neurons in the human brain communicating with each other through synaptic connections. Age, genetics, diet, exercise, and environment may affect how efficiently neurons communicate and, thus, overall cognitive health. Individuals who desire improvement in focus and motivation often look for formulas that target cognitive health, and these often contain ingredients that promote brain stimulation. Cogniquil contains a targeted blend of key ingredients designed to promote mental health, physical energy, and fuel motivation and clarity without overstimulation.
One of key ingredients is TeaCrine which promotes mental energy, focus, motivation, and cognitive performance.
Magtein is a special type of magnesium that crosses the blood brain barrier and raises brain magnesium levels in the brain, increases magnesium deposits into neural synapses, increases neural synaptic density, and improves brain function.
The third ingredient is MecobalActive which is a patented pure form of methylcobalamin that is the physiologically active form of B12. Vitamin B12 plays a role in the maintenance of a healthy nervous system; chronic insufficiency affects peripheral nerves, the optic nerve, and the brain. Methycobalamin is a cofactor in myelin synthesis; in methylation of homocysteine, a substance thought to damage neurons; and in the synthesis of neurotransmitters. Studies have suggested supplemental B12 alone or in combination with folate supports healthy homocysteine levels already in normal range. Increased homocysteine levels have been associated with declining cognitive function.
I have had tremendous success in my patients complaining lack of focus, poor motivation, lack of physical energy and impaired cognition with the use of Cogniquil. Most patient only require two capsules in the morning, but occasionally two capsules twice a day is more effective in relieving the above complaints. I encourage you to try Cogniquil to improve the quality of your physical and mental health.
About the Author
Douglas C. Hall, M.D.
Dr. Douglas Hall, was born in Indianapolis, Indiana on Jan. 30, 1941. He received his BS and Doctor of Medicine at the University of Florida, training in obstetrics and gynecology. Dr. Hall has been in private practice since 1974 and currently has a large practice in Ocala, specializing in OB/GYN and Functional Medicine.