Brahmi for ADHD, Memory Loss and for Improving Focus
Benefits of BRAHMI
* Improve Mental Alertness
* Enhance Memory and Focus
* Increase Concentration
* Increase Ability to Learn (Cognitive Ability)
* Boost Immunity
* Help in Controlling Hypertension (Calming Effect)
* Treat headaches of various origins as from stress anxiety, depression etc.
02 Tablets, before food twice Daily with warm water
Brahmi is useful in treating adhd, poor memory and memory loss. It improves mental alertness and reduces adhd symptoms. It is useful both in adult adhd and adhd in children. Brahmi also helps improve concentration and the ability to learn.
Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri), deservedly called as the Herb of Grace, is used in traditional Indian medicines for centuries for the treatment of bronchitis, chronic cough, asthma, hoarseness, arthritis, rheumatism, backache, fluid retention, blood cleanser, chronic skin conditions, constipation, hair loss, fevers, digestive problems, depression, mental and physical fatigue and many more.
Brahmi (Bacopa monnieriis) used to treat all sorts of skin problems like eczema, psoriasis, abscess and ulceration. It stimulates the growth of skin, hair and nails.
It also helps in relieving the harmful effects of stress and anxiety. According to Ayurveda, Brahmi, with its Vitamin C content, has an antioxidant property. Brahmi has been found to reduce oxidation of fats in the blood stream, a risk factor for cardiovascular diseases. Brahmi oil restores and preserves the memory. In India, it is given to children to boost memory power intelligence.We have extracted this unique herb and put it in easy to take tablet form.
Ingredients in BRAHMI
Bacopa monnieri extracts
Brahmi is a boon from nature to encourage memory, enhance cognitive ability and alertness, and to promote relaxation and sleep. Brahmi can be taken internally as supplement while Brahmi oil can be applied on the crown of head to enhance sleep. Brahmi is a nerve tonic that can increase concentration and learning capacity. It can reduce irritability and restlessness in both children and adults.
Forgetfulness or Poor Memory
Forgetfulness or Poor Memory is a bane to many of us. Forgetting to do things occasionally is a not big cause for worry. When you forget to do things repeatedly and many times it calls for medical attention. Forgetfulness can happen due to aging, stress, lack of sleep, poor diet, medications, trauma or as part of a medical condition.
Lack of Concentration
Lack of Concentration may result from distraction, sleep deprivation, extreme stress, having too many things in mind etc. This affects the learning capability in children as well as adults. In adults, it affects their work and the quality of life. Sometimes, lack of concentration is an external manifestation of a more serious problem like ADHD or ADD.
Mild forgetfulness can be cured with proper rest, healthy diet, good sleep and stress management techniques. Medications like antianxiety drugs and mood stabilizers are recommended for the treatment depending on the intensity of the condition. Allopathic medicines are found to produce side effects like decreased appetite, sleep disturbance, dry mouth and urinary retention.To improve concentration, a healthy diet with iron, good sleep and relaxation methods like deep breathing exercises or listening to music can be adopted.
Ayurveda recommends the use of Brahmi for memory problems and poor concentration. Brahmi specifically enhances the quality of Sadhaka Pitta which directly influences the nature of consciousness. It is maintained that by chewing a few leaves of Brahmi on empty stomach the memory retention capacity of brain can improve. In some areas of India, Brahmi leaves are ground in to chutney and used in regular diet.
Recommended Lifestyle Changes
Eat well and sleep well. Omega 3 fatty acid [tuna, salmons, sardines] improves brain power. Vegetarian sources of omega 3 include walnuts, ground flax seeds and soya beans. Limit calories and saturated fats. Eat more fruits and vegetables like spinach, broccoli, apples, mangoes and watermelons.
Do regular exercise. When you exercise the body, you exercise the brain.
Memory is linked to the health of body, soul, mind, emotions and sentiments. The quality of interpersonal relationships influences the quality of memory.
Practise relaxation techniques. They work like a charm.
Play brain boosters to increase concentration and reduce forgetfulness- Sudoku puzzles, crosswords etc.
Do things in a different way to activate brain cells. For eg: If you are a right hander, comb your hair with your left with closed eyes, stir food with your left etc.
Learn something new - a new hobby, language, musical instrument or dance.
Reduce the use of technology to reduce distraction. Also disable pop ups, mail alerts, and messengers while at work. Prioritize tasks.
Try Pomodoro technique. By this, work for 25 minutes with great focus and take a break of 5 minutes after it.