It is known that we lose one-third of power of our brain by the age of 40, and 50 percent by the age of 50. As a result, we start losing our things, forget our promises to other people, or can't recall where we have left our keys. An American company created a product that is said to restore our memory in only 30 days. Procera AVH can be viewed on its official website which is currently down for maintenance, though.
The supplement promises to give more energy to your brain, increases the key neurotransmitters associated with cognitive functioning and improves your blood circulation, including to the brain. The product offers three brain energy nutrients, revitalizes brain cells, fills it with fresh oxygen and the necessary nutrients and improves focus, memory, mental energy and concentration! But are these promises real? Let's find out further in my review.
Does It Have Any Side Effects?
The official website of the product doesn't contain any information on possible adverse reactions after using Procera AVH. According to some studies, its ingredients are beneficial for the human cognition and memory but the evidence may be far from conclusive. A few studies didn't find these ingredients helpful, on the contrary they can be dangerous, especially when taken with prescription drugs or other supplements. Besides, the studies conducted by Procera manufacturers weren't randomized with a credible control? The process isn't described in a proper way. Not very groups of people took part in these researches.
In order to better understand what side effects may occur when using the supplement, let's have a look at dangers that may take place when using Procera ingredients separately. Acetyl-L-carnitine is relatively safe for most adults, however, it can cause some side effects namely vomiting, nausea, stomach upset, and restlessness. It can also result in a "fishy" odor of breath, urine, and sweat. This substance should be avoided by pregnant and breast-feeding women, as well as by people with under-active thyroid (hypothyroidism) as acetyl-L-carnitine might interfere with thyroid hormone.
Vinpocetine seems to be safe for most people when used in appropriate doses, however, it can such side effects as nausea, stomach pain, sleep disturbances, dizziness, nervousness, headache, and flushing of the face.
It should not be used by people with bleeding disorders or weakened immune system. Don't take this substance if you are going to have a surgery at least 2 weeks before the procedure.
Huperzine A is usually safe when taken for no more than 3 months. It can lead to the following side effects: diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, blurred vision, sweating, slurred speech, loss of appetite, restlessness, twitching and contraction of muscle fibers, increased saliva and urine, high blood pressure, cramping, inability to control urination, and slowed heart rate. Huperzine A is dangerous for children, pregnant and breast-feeding women, as well as for those with slow heart rate or other heart diseases, epilepsy, gastrointestinal (GI) tract blockage, sores in the stomach, asthma or emphysema, urinary tract or reproductive system blockage.
"This product has had no effect on my memory, focus, or concentration. I have gone from taking one a day, up to 4 pills a day and I still do not feel anything. I feel is regret for wasting more money"
"I am very disappointed after trying them for a week. I really do not see any changes not even a minor one"
"I did not like this product. Nor did my boyfriend. I felt chest pain and sick to my stomach. He experienced up and down levels of extreme energy then feeling lethargic and tired"
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