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About Memory & Concentration Supplements

Few could say that their memory and concentration flows seamlessly. Though it would be a bit much to aspire to have a photographic memory, and pin-point-concentration to that could last any length of time, we can make the most of our biology as it is. There are many factors that influence our memory and concentration. Some of these are physical and emotional stress, mental fatigue (perhaps due to extended periods of concentration and/or rumination), sleep deprivation, poor circulation, electromagnetic fields and of course inadequate nutrition.


Many of these can be remedied through changing one's lifestyle, such as taking up meditation or deciding that sleep is more important than the most recent episode of Downton Abbey or Game of Thrones. Sometimes, however, a little extra support can be helpful in getting the ball rolling, and this help can come in the form of herbs, amino acids, vitamins and minerals, fatty acids and specialised phospholipids.


Herbs like Ginkgo biloba, which support blood flow to the brain, help to enhance nutrient and oxygen delivery. Other compounds like acetyl-l-carnitine cross through the blood brain barrier and donate acetyl groups for the synthesis of a neurotransmitter called acetylcholine. Acetylcholine is important for concentration and is believed to be helpful for memory. Then there is docosahexaenoic acid—try saying that three times real fast—(or DHA), which is found only in seafood, especially fatty fish. We produce EPA within our body, from an essential omega 3 fatty acid called linolenic acid, however, it is believed that we can not produce enough for optimal health.


Approximately one per cent of linolenic acid that we consume through our diet (few eat enough) makes its way to DHA. DHA literally sits within the outer fatty membrane of our cells and helps to increase fluidity, which is important for the functioning of the receptors and general cellular health. And guess what? If the cells are healthy, we are healthy, and our memory and concentration to to work more effectively.


Memory and Concentration Supplements may combine any number of herbs, nutrients and antioxidants to support the flow of blood and nutrients to the brain, or to increase the content of nutrients in the blood that support brain function—or both. In fact, recent research has suggested that Brahmi, a great herb to support new information retention, actually increases blood flow to the brain via enhancing nitric oxide. This was reported in the Annals of Neuroscience in 2017. Then there are amino acids that support this process as well, like citrulline malate.


Age-related vascular signs and neuronal damage can also be assisted with particular remedies. Some memory and concentration Supplements may also contain adaptogenic herbs, such as Rhodiola or Ashwagandha to help the body adapt to a stressful situation that may compromise neural or vascular health.


So if you want to boost brain power for an exam—or if your favourite author just released a novel—or perhaps you can't quite remember as much as you’d like, check out our range to see which products may be able to assist you in making some improvements.