Are you in your 20's, 30's or 40's?
If so, you are in the PRIME OF YOUR LIFE! Don't waste the potential of your mental capacity! Magtein can help amplify your cognitive performance and function everyday, so you can overcome all of life's mental obstacles and stress triggers.*
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The effect of Magtein supplementation on cognitive ability was evaluated by a series of cognitive tests within four major domains: executive function, working memory, attention and episodic memory. Significant improvements were observed in each of these domains.(16) A composite score was calculated from this series of tests to provide an overall assessment of change in cognitive abilities throughout the course of the study. The Magtein-supplemented group demonstrated significant improvements in composite score at 6 weeks (p<0.05) and 12 weeks (p<0.01), relative to placebo (Figure 12). In addition, perhaps the most striking finding of this trial was a 10% improvement in Trail Making Test – Part B (TMT-B), a clinical assessment of executive function. This improvement reduced “brain age” with just 12 weeks of supplementation (Figure 13). Magtein intake was also found to reduce stress in the same group of participants.(17).*
SUPPORTS Increased Productivity | Improved Executive Function | Working Memory | Attention | Episodic Memory | Calm | Mood*
• Magtein® (Magnesium L-threonate) is a patented compound that effectively crosses the blood brain barrier.*
• Magtein® is the most bioavailable magnesium for the brain.* Clinical research shows it provides significant improvement in executive function, working memory, attention and episodic memory.*
According to the National Institute of Health, more than 70 million people in the US are affected by sleep troubles, most commonly insomnia. Among these adults, 1 in 8 uses a sleep aid. The prescription sleep aid market is now over $2.0 billion and expected to grow as baby boomers advance in age, obesity rates climb and stress from the economy and longer work days grows.*
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According to The American Institute of Stress: About 33 percent of people report feeling extreme stress. 77 percent of people experience stress that affects their physical health. 73 percent of people have stress that impacts their mental health. Stress disorders, such as phobias and post-traumatic stress disorder, are among the most common mental disorders. Though fear-memories are important for survival, the lack of control over such memories increases the risk for stress disorders. Studies suggest that enhancement of plasticity in certain brain regions such as the prefrontal cortex (PFC) and/or hippocampus might enhance the efficacy of cognitive therapy. Magtein [Magnesium L-Threonate], a novel magnesium compound, was previously shown to increase brain synaptic density in hippocampus and facilitate short- and long-term memory. Thus, it is of great interest to investigate whether elevated brain magnesium has effect on different forms of fear-memories and, more importantly, on the extinction and attenuation of fear memories.*