I am so grateful for my career progress and looking back on how I got to where I am now (running my own e-commerce brand), I honestly could have given up many times and kept working for large corporations. I knew what I should be doing to keep my mind balanced and dedicated to my work but regardless, there were so many moments where I felt overwhelmed and as if I wasn’t making any ground.
One year ago, a friend of a friend recommended using Focus Factor, a brain health supplement which I’d heard about before but never really considered using it. I was having trouble staying focused on my goals and forgetting the little things I needed to get each done each day, which left me feeling overwhelmed. Whilst I was still skeptical of these large claims, they couldn’t be made without justification, so I thought I owed it to myself to give it a shot.
After a few weeks of using Focus Factor, I was feeling more level headed as I was able to focus on ticking off numerous items on my to-do list. I however was still skeptical if it was this patented formula, or if it was all in my head. I checked out other customer reviews and found that others were experiencing really similar benefits, “noticed memory improvement, along with much-improved focus”. In addition, I found it really valuable that there was a study in which a trial group receiving Focus Factor experienced an increase of 44% memory recall over the placebo.*
I stuck at it and after consistent use, I was confident that Focus Factor was making an improved difference to my focus and concentration with my work. I was able to clearly progress through daily tasks and start setting my longer term goals which meant that I gained the confidence to uit my job and venture out on my own.* A clinical study showed that adults who took the original Focus Factor® as directed for six weeks improved their memory, concentration and focus. A 44% increase in memory recall - from 4.5 words to 6.5 words - was experienced after only six weeks of using the original Focus Factor®. This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease including adhd or alzheimer's.