I'm aware of most of the active ingredients. There's a few I don't know, and appear to be unproven/alternative/Chinese remedies. Choline could help a bit, with neurotransmitters, but it's not in the better bioavailable form, like acetyl-choline, that would help it cross the blood brain barrier and be more useful in this regard. The Tyrosine has some proven studies, and is at least in the L enantiomer form, which is better for absorption. Phosphatidylserine has some valid health claims, but in long term use and for the cognitive impaired, I can't see any evidence for a short term boost to healthy people. The rest of the ingredients look largely unproven, or dubious at best, evidence. So I would again say most likely 90% effect from the caffeine, 8% from the Tyrosine, 1% from the choline, and maybe 1% from the random other stuff thrown in. I've yet to see a truly effective nootropic in the UK that isn't prescription. Most tend to throw in anything that has had any mention in scientific literature, no matter how weak the evidence.
Sorry probably abit over the top on my part I apologise. Just abit shocked there's actually supplements for playing video games, but in a world where e sports are getting more popular I can sort of see it.
Why is it?
Is this really a thing? Hahahaha. Sad.
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