Monday, November 05, 2007

Prevagen safety data

arrived by e-mail today from the manufacturer. Looks good to me, I plan to keep downing this little biolumenescent molecule from the sea in hopes that it will keep my lights on as I age.

4 comments:

Jean said...

You always give me my morning smile along with knowledge!

janeywan said...

My lights are pretty dim, maybe I should try it.

Dee said...

Judy, could you give more details on what the Prevagen is supposed to do? Also an update on what it's doing for you? Thanks! Dee

Femail doc said...

Prevagen sops up all that pesky calcium out of your aging cells where it particularly interferes with functioning of neurons. I don't understand why that action makes me feel more awake except maybe that my brain cells must be so besotted with calcium at times that they can hardly be bothered to transmit an electrical impulse to their next-door neighbors.

I love the clarity of mind from Prevagen and the ease of awakening. I especially like having my left hand free of tremor. Last night when we were out to dinner, I enjoyed drinking wine using my left hand (just to show off). I do not love the negative effects of Prevagen on my QoS (see next post) finding that I often awaken in the night and feel a bit disoriented by the disconnect between how awake I am and how it is so not time to get up. I hope that effect diminishes with time, but as a result, I am not using Prevagen every day. My choice seems to be shake and sleep or steady but awake.