Properly Fueling Your Brain
It’s another Monday morning and you’re working from home. The kids need help with virtual school. Your spouse, also working from home, stops you to help get the printer working. That pile of dishes is calling for you when you’re trying to finish your expense reports. The dog is dropping her ball at your feet again.
Distraction after distraction… (or “You can’t afford this lack of focus.”) You’re up against enough. And a wandering mind on top of all of this isn’t going to do you any favors. That’s where Life Seasons’ Focus-R comes in.
Did you know that focus and clarity are signs of a properly fueled brain? When your brain has sufficient energy, you’re better at problem solving, sticking with tasks, and plowing through your to-do list. On the flip side, a brain that’s tired will focus on everything and nothing. Every little butterfly that passes will take you away from the things you need to get done. Focus-R, available at Mother’s Market, is designed to get you in the zone--more concentration, longer attention span, less anxiety.
The secret to the Focus-R solution comes from proven herbal remedies:
Bacopa monnieri. Bacopa is an ancient ayurvedic remedy that some people have dubbed “nature’s adderall.”
Ginkgo biloba. Ginkgo leaf has been used for thousands of years to improve focus and concentration, and there is research behind it that shows its ability to increase blood flow in the brain.
Ginger. Ginger’s antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties could be protective against the stresses of your brain’s everyday processes, requiring fewer resources for maintenance and more for mind power.
Distractions are a part of life, whether your office is closed or not. The key is to keep your brain as strong as possible so that you can stay laser-focused on the things you want to focus on, and return to your tasks quickly if you are interrupted. A fueled brain will make everything you do easier. Try Focus-R today. Most customers feel an improvement just 30 minutes after taking it.
+These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.