Nova Medical Centers
Medical clinic in Chattanooga, Tennessee
Address: 5779 Brainerd Rd, Chattanooga, TN 37411
Phone: (423) 800-7500


In today's world all working people including entrepreneurs, students, baby boomers and athletes, live a very active life. Most of them would gladly improve their mental abilities, creativity, attention and focus. Fortunately, the market is full of products that offer such issues. Cogniflex is a new brain-boosting dietary supplement on the market manufactured by the American company. It has an official website which is not informative as it doesn't even contain information about possible side effects of the product. However, it provides general information about the ingredients contained in the supplement. The manufacturer doesn't offer any other products.

Cogniflex manufacturers give a great amount of promises concerning their supplement. They claim that it improves focus and enhance alertness which doesn't sound like fun for too active or nervous people. The supplement also promises to open your brain's mental hidden potential and to increase your energy levels. It is also said to enhance your concentration and to boost your productivity and performance. Generally speaking, Cogniflex is a nootropic neuro enhancement formula. According to the manufacturer, it can be used on a daily basis for many months. But does this mean that it is effective? You can't use for months something which is really working.

Does It Have Any Side Effects?

As the manufacturer hasn't give information about possible side effects of Cogniflex, I can assume that the product can potentially carry health dangers, especially when used improperly. But when I made a deeper research, I understood that most of its ingredients are risky due to their possible negative effect.

For example, Bacopa extract can be used no longer than 12 weeks and still it can cause stomach cramps, increased bowel movements, nausea, fatigue, and dry mouth. It also slows heart rate leading to bradycardia which can be too dangerous for people who already have this condition. The component may be the reason of gastrointestinal tract blockage and development of ulcers. It has to be avoided by patients suffering from urinary tract obstruction, lung conditions or thyroid disorder.

Rhodiola is also relatively safe if used for a short term - no longer than 10 weeks.

Huperzine A is no less risky because it can frequently cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, blurred vision, sweating, slurred speech, loss of appetite, restlessness, contraction of muscle fibers, increased saliva and urine, cramping, inability to control urination, slowed heart rate and hypertension. It can worsen the state of gastrointestinal (GI) tract blockage, epilepsy, sores in the stomach or the first part of the small intestine, urinary tract or reproductive system blockage, lung conditions such as emphysema or asthma.

Vinpocetine can lead to nausea, stomach pain, sleep disturbances, dizziness, headache, flushing of the face, and nervousness. It is not recommended to people with bleeding disorders, weakened immune system and those who are going to have a surgery, as Vinpocetine might slow blood clotting.

L-theanine can cause the following side effects: gastrointestinal discomfort, dizziness, and headaches. It can also lead to appetite changes, decrease of blood pressure, getting "brain fog", cognitive slowing, diarrhea, dizziness, gastrointestinal discomfortand low energy levels. Tyrosine is safe only in doses up to 150 mg/kg per day when taken for up to three months. The side effects may include headache, nausea, fatigue joint pain and heartburn.

"Cogniflex really doesn't do much of anything and its effects are highly exaggerated"

"I really did not feel any different than before ingesting cogniflex. I took it in the morning as I started my day, but did not feel any different"

"Hate to say it, but don't waste your money on Cogniflex. I haven't noticed any changes and I've been on it for over a month. Disappointed to say the least"

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