Next Level Hydration
Both mental fatigue and physical fatigue can impair cognitive performance, along with micronutrient deficits, dehydration and impaired glucose regulation.
Individual micronutrients are essential for cognitive performance and mood because the effective functioning of the central nervous depends, in part, on an adequate and constant nutrient supply. Similarly, even mild dehydration can adversely affect cognitive performance, especially in tasks that require attention, psychomotor, and immediate memory skills.
Glucose regulation is also closely linked to cognitive performance; functions such as thinking, memory, and learning depend on glucose levels and how efficiently the brain uses this fuel source. The brain uses 130 g of glucose a day, so even in a resting state, it uses a large amount of this available energy source.
The Key Ingredients in Cognifuel
Cognifuel combines a unique blend of vitamins, active micronutrients and powerful plant extracts