According to the website for Alpha Brain (from Onnit Labs Inc.), it "...can help you remember names and places, focus on complex tasks, think more clearly under stress, and react more quickly." However, company-sponsored studies of Alpha Brain suggest it may be helpful for improving only limited aspects of memory, and these studies have been conducted only with young adults. In addition, one of the key ingredients in the trials of Alpha Brain is no longer in the product.
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