Prevagen’s Advice For Phasing Back From Vacation

First hitting the consumer market in 2007, Prevagen quickly became a highly sought after medicine to aid in memory support. One of the medicine’s early clinical trails consisted of a double-blind, placebo-controlled study of adults at least 40 years of age or older.

According to the computer-based testing performed in the study, all of the participants who were administered Prevagen benefited from improved aspects of cognitive brain function including better memory while taking a single capsule a day for 90 consecutive days.

Prevagen is a proven effective medicine for improving cognitive brain function and has also been proven to be perfectly safe as several toxicity trails were conducted for its active ingredient, Apoaequorin. These trails included dosage level tests and allergy tests.

Recently the team at Prevagen has produced a list of tips to help get back in the swing of things following the wonderful, relaxing vacation season! The experts at Prevagen strongly recommend making daily bedtime and wake up schedules.

If needed, change you daily bedtimes and wake up time gradually each day until you are adapted to you optimal schedule allowing for a good night’s rest, a.k.a 7 to 8 hours a night. In addition you should make a weekly schedule at the beginning of each week so you know just what your goals, obstacles, appointments, time-management and important obligations such as work and/or schooling are every week. Keep it nice and simple for the first several weeks as you adjust to your new schedule. Read more: Prevagan | Bed Bath and Beyond and Prevagan Regular Strength Capsules | Walgreens

Exercise is another pivotal activity necessary for good, long-lasting mental, physical and emotional health. Even a short, twenty minute walk can have great benefits providing energy and a good attitude for the rest of the day! Be mindful to not over do it and stress yourself out as that will make keeping your schedule more difficult than it needs to be.

Don’t worry if you get a little off track from your set schedule. Stay flexible and calm as you get back on track. Remember that there are always things that you can’t control like traffic accidents and illness. Just focus on what you can manage and perform and make any adjustments necessary as you go about your day.

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