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Magtein - Helping Maintain Cognitive Function Every Day

Ages 50+

If you are 50 years in age or more you will be relieved to know Magtein can help slow brain aging and the reduction in cognitive function. Read more on how Magtein can benefit you in your golden years.*

'THE GOLDEN YEARS'
How to slow BRAIN AGING IN ADULTS

The brain naturally undergoes gradual structural and functional changes as we age, even in the absence of neurodegenerative diseases. Shrinking brain volume begins after age 25 when brain growth peaks. Research suggests this shrinkage equates to roughly 5% per decade after 40 years of age, which accelerates to an even greater degree after age 70. As the brain ages, it loses efficiency due to loss of neurons and reduced synaptic density and plasticity. The result is declining cognitive function over time. Cognitive health covers a range of conditions including memory loss, stress or anxiety management, dementia, Alzheimer’s, phobias, sleep disorders and others. All of these are controlled by the health of the brain which Magtein [Magnesium L-Threonate] can help.*

Keep that Cognitive edge at 50+ in age

Increased Productivity | Improved Executive Function | Working Memory | Attention | Episodic Memory*

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Advanced Support | Light Sensitivities | Excessive Screen Use | Sound & Neurological Discomforts*

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Slow Father Time

Getting Old Doesn't Mean Having To Forget Everything You Have Seen
GET AHEAD OF FATHER TIME!
SLOW COGNITIVE LOSS

The good news is, the adult brain is capable of a greater degree of plasticity than scientists have previously believed. Old neurons, even in the brain regions involved in learning and memory, can restore synaptic density, leading to improved attention, working memory, short- and long-term memory, reduction of anxiety, and improved sleep quality. Magtein®, a unique patented compound discovered by MIT scientists, has been shown to restore the aging neurons to their youthful conditions.* 

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