According to the World Health Organization (WHO), “Good brain health is a state in which every individual can realize their own abilities and optimize their cognitive, emotional, psychological and behavioral functioning to cope with life situations. Numerous interconnected social and biological determinants (incl. genetics) play a role in brain development and brain health from pre-conception through the end of life. These determinants influence the way our brains develop, adapt, and respond to stress and adversity, giving way to strategies for both promotion and prevention across the life course.”
As we age, we can feel as if our brains are not as sharp or clear as it once was. We know that there are many things we can do to help us age more gracefully and retain as much memory and brain function as humanly possible. We know should do our best to properly manage our diets, have an exercise plan, and get plenty of rest. But, for those that want to be even more proactive, there’s Braini, a supplement designed specifically for brain health and longevity.
As an expert in the supplement market and in brain health, Troy Ball, the CEO of Braini understands the critical importance of clinical trials. “Braini is approved by the FDA for all ages. Initially, it was created for healthy aging and for those with learning differences, but over time we have learned that it can benefit healthy customers as well as athletes, and children,” says Ball.
One of the best ways to help our brains adapt and respond is through proper supplementation. There is an abundance of supplements in the market that claim to aid in brain health, but Braini is the only Patent pending and clinically tested formula specifically designed to show improvement in memory and cognitive function with continued use. The company believes the “proof” is in showing users a direct correlation between their brain efficacy before starting Braini and again after taking it for 30 days. In fact, they provide each user with a free “brain test” which is taken before beginning the supplement and again after taking it for 30 continuous days.
The FDA regulates the supplement space; however, Ball believes, “the biggest misconception about supplements is that they are not regulated. We are a regulated industry, though there is little enforcement which is sad. The biggest misconception about the brain supplement space is that there are potentially many products that work. Many stimulant products on the market use caffeine and B vitamins to give a person a brief buzz in performance, but those are not lasting changes.”
Grandview Research estimates that the supplement market will reach more than $151 billion this year and will almost double again by 2028. The space will only continue to grow as products continue to reach the market and consumers become more proactive about their health. Regardless of the number of products that enter the brain health space, Braini’s clinical trials and patent will continue to separate them from the pack.
Brain health is a science and a changing area of medicine. The more we learn about it the more we understand the key role our everyday patterns, nutrition, and supplementation impact it. Whether you’re looking for a way to slow down the aging clock or to turn back time, one thing remains true: proper supplementation is a great way to keep your brain in tip-top shape.