It occurs to me that if these little pills help me to focus during tradeshows and gaming sessions, they should be an invaluable tool during exam time at university. With my final year approaching fast, I'll be keeping this little bottle of pills handy for the days when I need the extra edge to make sure I can come out on top.
The great thing about these is that they are non-addictive and have no side affect (provided you are not allergic to any of the main ingredients) and they are essentially a multi-vitamin, meaning they provide a nice boost to your immune system, which is critical in times of stress.
I highly recommend people to give these a go. If you have exams coming, or periods where you need total concentration, these can help. But be warned, these are not a "magic pill" that you can just pop in and expect to be totally focused. It's a supplement, and as such is designed to help you; not do it all for you.
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