Sunday, November 9, 2014

Excelerol

As I get older my memory is starting to get worse. I also have Fibromyalgia which gives me fibro fog and affects my ability to concentrate and remember things very well. One of my grandmother's died in 2007 from Dementia. It was so hard to see her go through everything and go from who she was to who she turned into when she died. My father died of cancer in 2013. In the years before he died, his memory had started to fade. He would forget things, forget where he placed things around the house, forget to do things and how to do them etc. When he died, there was a tumor on his brain so I believe that affected his memory as well as the fact that his mom died from dementia. My other grandma has really gone down hill in the past few years. She has started to forget a whole lot of things. The other day she told my mom (her daughter) that she has a new husband and told her his name is Kenneth. That is my grandpa, They have been married for over 50 years now. Watching someone's memories fade away is heart breaking.


I really wanted to try and find a way, to preserve my memory for as long as possible. It seems like I am being hit on both sides with this disease and I am backed into a corner and not sure what to do about it. I have searched different options before but I wasn't sure how any of them would affect me and if they would really work or not. I wasn't going to take the chance of spending my money on useless products that would have no effect on me.

Excelrol came in a lovely package and very quickly through Amazon. You get three months worth at a time for a pretty good price. The pills aren't too big, they are manageable to get down as well, The directions say to take 1-2 up to  times a day. I wanted this to last as long as possible, so I took one a day with a big glass of water. I didn't have to worry about taking more then the 8 allowed in one day but make sure if you take more then once a day, you don't take more then the 8 allowed. Not sure what it would do to you, would probably make you sick just like all other pills, you could probably over dose on them. Just don't take these close to bedtime, always leave at least 3 hours in between taking them and going to sleep.

Taking them once a day for a month, I have noticed a slight improvement in my memory and concentration. I haven't noticed any side effects to my body or any changes to my sleep. I am sure if I had taken them more then once a day, I would see a great improvement, but I really wanted to spread these out over the three months. I would rather have a slight improvement over a few months then a great improvement over one month. I am not sure if  the memory improvement would fade after taking the last of the pills as I haven't taken them all yet. I am hoping though that it is an improvement that will stick around and not something that is simply chemically induced.

I had a good experience taking these. You can check out their website, for more information, by clicking here. If you want to find out what more people think of just this product and pricing and such you can see that all on the Amazon page by clicking here.


I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


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