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Improve Your Memory with Memo Rise Today! Memory loss and attention issues are complaints that many of us have. These issues can stem from the natural progression of aging, stress, diet, lack of exercise, sleep issues, certain conditions such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, high blood pressure, Fibromyalgia and much more.

Despite the common occurrence of memory loss it can be both embarrassing and frustrating to have regular bouts of forgetfulness. People often feel unintelligent when they can't remember someone's name, why they walked into a room, and that word that is on the tip of their tongue but won't seem to ever come out. Forgetting meetings, birthdays, the grocery list and what we were going to say are all signs of a brain that is not performing at its best.

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Lumonol

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$47.97 to $59.97 for a 1-month supply

Lumonol is a vegetarian-friendly supplement that seeks to help with cognition, focus, motivation, and energy. As with most supplements, the statements made by the makers of Lumonol have not been evaluated by the FDA.

There are three supplements sold under the Lumonol label:

  • Lumonol, which targets mental energy, focus, working memory, mood, and stress support
  • Nova, which combines Caffeine Anhydrous, L-theanine, and NALT to create an energy boost coupled with "relaxation without sedation"
  • Luna, a sleep aid that uses Valerian Root, GABA, Passion Flower, and Chamomile, among other ingredients

The main product targeting memory loss, Lumonol, consists of three blends to target Energy, Focus, and Memory itself:

  • Energy Blend: Panax Ginseng, Hordenine, and Guarana
  • Focus Blend: Acetyl L-Carnitine, L-Tyrosine, Noopept, and Phosphatidyl Serine
  • Memory Blend: Ginkgo Biloba and Alpha GPC

We like that the supplement facts are readily available on the site, exactly as it looks on the bottle, prior to purchase.

Several typos on the site made us wonder about the supplement's quality: in one place, the brand name itself was even misspelled. We also saw one part that said that Lumonol comes with a 90-day guarantee, while another offered a 60-day guarantee. The majority of the site seems to indicate that there is indeed a 90-day, no questions asked return policy, and customers can get a full refund minus the cost of shipping. Similarly, there was no posted shipping fees, but based on items we put in our cart, it appears that there is a flat-fee charge of $5.95 for certain orders, probably under $100, and free shipping for orders over that amount.

Despite these quirks, user reviews of Lumonol were quite positive, reporting a significant increase in focus and energy without the sharp drops you'd see from a more stimulant-based supplement. (One reviewer even compared it to the “super-pill” featured in the movie and TV series "Limitless"!) That being said, most of the users of Lumonol appeared to be targeting energy, motivation, and clear thinking (for a workday or college study session, for example), rather than memory loss specifically.

For those who do have sensitivities to caffeine, both current customers and Lumonol's site recommend starting slowly, taking half of the recommended dose for several days to measure the effects. It is also recommended that customers take a 30-day break for every 90 days of using Lumonol; more information on the cycling pattern is included with the product guidebook.

Overall, Lumonol seems to be a solid choice for those looking to increase their mental clarity, focus, and energy levels, and the competitive price for a one-month supply ($59.95 for a one-time purchase, or $47.97 on a subscription plan) is backed by a risk-free 90-day satisfaction guarantee. Our rating is mostly due to the fact that it may not be an appropriate supplement for older people specifically looking to improve their memory or prevent memory loss, because Lumonol appears to be more focused on the overall cognitive package.

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Today a number of over the counter, all-natural products have been formulated to improve memory, concentration, and overall brain health. These products can be effective at improving the cognitive ability of ones brain without the harmful side effects of caffeine and prescription medications.

However, memory loss supplements can vary greatly in ingredients, targeted symptoms and cost. When considering a memory loss product look at the following features of each option:

  • Effectiveness. Does the product alleviate the symptoms you are experiencing? Are they geared for a person of your age group? Is their customer feedback and adequate testimonials and studies that show the product is effective?
  • Guarantee. If the product does not work, can you return it for a full refund?
  • Ingredients. What vitamins and herbs are used in the memory loss product? Will the formula address your specific brain challenges?

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best memory loss products available today. We hope these reviews help you improve your memory right away!

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