Dolovent contains key ingredients to reduce tiredness, fatigue and increase brain energy!
The Science 🔬
Dolovent contains 3 key ingredients blended with specific vitamins, minerals and bioflavonoids to help increase absorption and effectiveness of the key ingredients. Dolovent is also blended with Bioflavoinoids which are recognised as a nootropic. Dolovent’t 3 key ingrdients are:
– Magnesium (600mg)
– Riboflavin (400mg)
– CoQ10 (150mg)
The ingredients work together to increase brain energy, reduce tiredness, fatigue and further improve neurological and psychological function. Bioflavonoids are also considered as nootropics. Dolovent has been researched and put through a 130 patient independent study to prove its effectiveness in reducing aura sufferers feel.
Taking 600mg magnesium for 12 weeks showed a 41.6% decrease in frequency of pain. Magnesium is involved in hundreds of biochemical reactions in the body with low levels being linked to:
– Muscle spasms
– Poor sleep
In independent research, using Dolovent for three months to build levels up showed a reduction in not only frequency, aura but also the symptoms and overall pain sufferers are feeling.
Riboflavin (Vitamin b2) 400mg
Taking 400mg Rioblavin (vitamin b2) for 12 weeks showed a 59% increase in brain energy. Riboflavin plays an important role in cellular energy production in the body. Its role in mitochondrial energy metabolism suggests it may be effective for sufferers.
Though normal levels of magnesium, B2 and CoQ10 may be restored in as little as a week, clinical evidence has shown that Dolovent is most effective when taken regularly.
CoEnzyme Q10 (CoQ10) 150mg
Taking 150mg CoQ10 for 12 weeks showed a decrease in frequency for suffers and an increase in brain energy. Co-enzyme Q10 plays an important role in brain energy. CoQ10 support our brain processes and creates the fuel needed for our brain to function.
Research shows that decreased levels of CoQ10 is linked to physical fatigue and muscle weakness even when doing simple tasks. Our levels of CoQ10 decrease as we get older, and many see this as a likely trigger.