OptiMind Review

OptiMind is a nootropic supplement. One of its aims is to improve focus in the daily activities. Like many other similar supplements, it comes with proven ingredients. But it also contains some less researched ingredients which can still be beneficial in certain situations.

The story behind OptiMind is nothing short of a novel. The company started in a campus where brain supplements were popular. Lucas Siegel is the main behind OptiMind. The supplement is now produced by AlternaScript LLC in Texas. But in the early days, OptiMind was only sold through the founder`s social circle. Since 2014, the product changed its name from AllerADD to OptiMind. The story behind the original name was that one of Lucas` friendS on the campus was taking medication for ADD.

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Since then OptiMind made its way to the customers through online sources. For those who have already experienced nootropics, the product might come with mild effect, which is safer than some similar products. But in the end, it’s the ingredients and dosages which make the difference.

OptiMind saw a change in the formula which has driven the product to a safer area. Choline Bitartrate, Niacin and green tea extracts are among the removed ingredients.

The current ingredients are the following:

  • L-Tyrosine
  • Bacopa Monnieri Extract
  • L-Taurine
  • Alpha Lipoic Acid
  • Phosphatidylserine
  • Caffeine
  • GABA
  • Vinpocetine
  • Sulbutiamine
  • Vitamin D3
  • Vitamin B12
  • Huperzine A

Many of these supplements are known to the nootropics users. Vitamins D3 and B12 are present in most supplements.

Huperzine A has also been used by many manufacturers.  The plant extract comes from Chinese regions of Asia. Its primary roles are in the treatment of brain conditions such as dementia or memory loss. The plant extract is present in many learning supplements as well.

A base ingredient in the product comes with the L-Tyrosine amino acid. This amino acid is often used as a solution to reduce neurological decline and even dementia.

Bacopa Monnieri is another plant extract used in the ingredients of OptiMind. The extract has the ability to improve focus and memory but it can also alleviate anxiety symptoms.

One of the ingredients in the proprietary blend is caffeine. Since it is a base ingredient it also comes in larger quantities than other products on the market. It can be said that people not used to caffeine will instantly feel a sense of stimulation due to the increased concentration.

Another top ingredient in the product is the Alpha Lipoic acid. The acid has strong anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. The acid also improves blood low making it a versatile option for manufacturers which offer stimulating supplements.

Another amino acid used in the supplement comes with GABA. The Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid has an essential role in balancing the excitement at neuronal level.

How to use OptiMind

OptiMind comes in capsules. The ingredients are thus reduced to powdered form. The recommended use includes 1-2 pills with water each day. As with any supplement you can start with a lower intake. For example, you can have only one capsule each day after or before a meal.

This means you will get to know the supplement and your body will have time and learn to react to it. Many people fell tempted to go for a larger dose from the beginning. But since you don`t know the type of reaction you will get from OptiMind, it may be a good idea to start with smaller daily intakes, especially of you plan to take it for more than a few weeks. It is also true that some supplements might need a longer period of time before showing any effects.

After you become more accustomed to the pill you may start using it twice per day. And since you will have to plan it according to your schedule it might be a good idea to avoid taking the pill before bedtime. This is due to the caffeine content which may act similarly to green tea extracts with the feeling of energy and lack of sleepiness. Make yourself a favor and stay away from the pills in the evening.

Some of the effects of OptiMind can go beyond the improved focus or memory. This is due to the ingredients above, which also have an influence on health indicators such as mood. Ingredients such as Tyrosine come with a strong positive effect on depression and lack of general tonus.  In a combination with caffeine, Tyrosine can have a strong effect on the symptoms of tiredness. Especially when you begin supplementation, you may experience decreased fatigue which may be beneficial in some situations. For example, you can take the supplement when you have low energy or when you need extra energy and focus, such as with long learning hours.

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Unlike other nootropics, OptiMind seems to be targeted to a younger audience. The energy effects might not as well for elderly people who might prefer a supplement which enhances focus, without the extra caffeine.

So should you take OptiMind? It seems the supplement has not been categorized in the risky alternatives until now. It can be said that the dosage is among the average on the market. Most of the used ingredients are considered to be safe. But this is not to say that you can`t see any side effects. If you have any unusual feelings or discomfort you should stop taking the supplement. But in most cases it might just be down to losing sleep if you take the pills at a late hour.

The manufacturer encourages you to experiment with the timing of the pills. You can try taking them before or after meals and you can even try taking them at different hours. As with all caffeine-based solutions, your body will start to adapt to the dosage and you might experience a lower effect. This is why you can start taking two pills each day or take a break altogether from the supplement. The results will largely depend on each individual but to see true benefits, you may need to have a balanced diet together with a good resting routine.

OptiMind Review
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