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Jumpstart Your Morning Focus

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Jumpstart Your Morning Focus

In the morning, your alarm or your kids might be what wakes you up, in the sense that they stop you sleeping. But from a biological perspective, it’s actually your brain chemicals that prompt you to get up, propel you into your morning routine, and help you achieve everything you do throughout the day. In this article, we’ll take aim at two neurotransmitters – dopamine and acetylcholine – unpack what they do, and share what you can do to prompt their production so you’re more motivated, focused, and dialed in.What are Neurotransmitters?First, let’s look at what brain chemicals are and...

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Brain Drive 101

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Brain Drive 101

Focus, Motivation, Memory Momentous Brain Drive is a daily supplement developed to optimize brain function and support long-term brain health. Brain Drive promotes focus, motivation, positivity, and learning by combining efficacious doses of research-backed ingredients that support the production of dopamine and acetylcholine - compounds known as “neurotransmitters” which are responsible for how the cells in your brain communicate.

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Elite Sleep

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Elite Sleep

What is Momentous Elite Sleep?Momentous Elite Sleep is a unique, research-backed formula created to help athletes fall asleep easier and achieve higher quality sleep, thus improving recovery and performance. Momentous Elite Sleep can benefit anyone looking to improve their performance by helping them sleep better and longer. What Are the Main Ingredients and How Can They Help Me Sleep Better? Many sleep formulas try to cram in as many ingredients as they can. But with Momentous Elite Sleep, we tapped into the expertise of the dietitians, nutritionists, and other experts on our team to zero in on four evidence-backed ingredients...

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The Science of Sleep

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The Science of Sleep

Neuroscientist Dr. Allison Brager shares with us what the brain is doing when sleep occurs. There is quite a bit of complexity between different regions of the brain, and they all need to be working together in order for you to fall asleep and stay asleep. In this video, we cover: – The transition from high brain activity to slow-wave activity – The top-down and bottom-up sleep process – Connectivity between the frontal region of the brain and the brain stem – Inhibitory vs. excitatory chemical pathways – What is required to fall asleep and stay asleepIn this video, we...

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CROSSFIT ATHLETE DANI SPEEGLE | PART 3: MENTAL & PHYSICAL STRESS

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CROSSFIT ATHLETE DANI SPEEGLE | PART 3: MENTAL & PHYSICAL STRESS

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