There are many different products out there for improving your energy and overall brain function and Cognidepth is one of them. This product is proclaimed to help boost your energy all the while helping increase brain function by nearly 90%. Of course, this number is highly exaggerated and honestly I highly doubt it is even close to that, but still, even half of this would still be more than welcome for many people.
One thing I have noticed with websites like these is they exaggerate greatly and focus on the marketing rather than the facts to sell, which is the biggest problem. Generally, information is hard to get to and their marketing lacks in many ways as regardless how great their product is all of them use the exact same marketing tactics which are far from trustworthy. Let’s explore this further.
What is Cognidepth?
Honestly, aside from it being a supplement to improve energy, brain function, focus, and concentration they really don’t share much. The product is marketed to support the overall healthy function of the brain by boosting:
Focus by clearing the mind allowing for full mental absorption
Clarity by naturally enhancing neurotransmitters in the brain
Cognitive Precision which allows you to store new information better
It is an effective nootropic which has science behind it for proof. This is great, and they mention the formula numerous times but fail to actually share it. This isn’t new or a problem considering that for the most part, many companies selling similar products fail to do so. With that said, knowing the exact formula and what it consists of will greatly help in ensuring that the product is safe and effective.
It is true that through supplementation we are able to provide our brain with the ingredients and nutrients it needs faster and more effectively, but it would greatly help knowing what they are.
What is in Cognidepth?
This is where I come to a wall when it comes to information. As mentioned above, ingredients are key to ensuring a product is effective and safe. The official website shares none of this information aside from the one ingredient they DO share and that is Phosphatidylserine Complex.
This is a chemical that the body makes naturally but for the most part it gets it from the foods we eat. In fact, this ingredient alone does have numerous great benefits and it is proven to be fully effective in improving a number of cognitive problems especially in those of age. Age related mental decline can greatly benefit with this one ingredient as it improves language skills, memory, and attention in aging people. It has also been used for improving symptoms of Alzheimer’s and there is still research about its benefits in improving depression, muscle soreness and stress, improving athletic performance, ADHD, and more.
It is considered to be a safe ingredient in supplementation and has been researched for up to 6 months. There are some possible side effects including stomach upset and insomnia but this is only in high doses. As we do not know the dose of Phosphatidylserine Complex in Cognidepth I cannot confirm if the chances of these side effects are increased.
For Who and Why are Brain Supplements Needed?
Generally, I am a strong believer in supplements and take a number of different supplements to help improve my everyday life and health. In the case of Cognidepth and other similar supplements I would only suggest for those already experiencing age related cognitive decline. If you simply want to feel smarter, remember things better, or just get through the day perhaps you may want to first consider options like exercise, taking time away from electronics, and a healthy diet first. Though most likely a supplement like this will help I am all for first trying to find an answer which does not include popping pills.
With that said, this supplement is advertised as suitable for all. They reveal that there was a study (no link included) which showed that the ingredients (no other ingredients listed) in the supplement help give significant increase in short term memory and some in long term for study group from early 20’s to late 30’s. A second study group between the ages of 40 and 65 showed significant increase in both. This goes to show that perhaps this could really be effective for all age groups but caters mainly to those over the age of 40.
The brain works in mysterious ways regardless how much it has been studied. At this point scientists have discovered that by the age of 25 we are already beginning to experience age related cognitive decline. Symptoms of this include:
- Memory Loss
- Lack of Focus
- Difficulty Concentrating
- Low Energy
- Difficulty Performing Mentally
- Low Motivation
So, generally, if you are already experiencing any of these symptoms and changing your diet, exercise, or in general giving your brain a break every once in a while doesn’t help perhaps a supplement like Cognidepth may be a good choice.
How Much is it and Where to Buy?
You can purchase Cognidepth from the official website. There are NO scam free trials which is actually the one thing that attracted me to it. Prices are as follows:
- £43.95 Introductory 30 Day Supply Bottle
- £24.95 per Bottle for 3 Month Supply – £74.85 Total
- £18.95 per Bottle for 5 Month Supply – £94.75 Total
All three come with Free Shipping. If this is your first time buying I recommend you buy only the 1 bottle to try it and then if you like it order more.
I have researched plenty to try and find honest reviews and comments about this product. Though it has been difficult to come by I did find more or less a 50/50 result for both. Some were unhappy that it did not give the results to the extent as listed in the website, others that were more sensitive had difficulty sleeping until their body got used to the supplement, while others said that it was the best thing they’ve ever tried. The good thing is that there is no trial so no surprise charges, so if you are willing to spend £43.95 to test it out why not? The ingredient provided is considered safe and effective. If you have tried, are planning to try, or just want to share your thoughts about Cognidepth please comment below. I’d love to hear from you!