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Focus Factor Review - Does This Memory Booster Really Work?

By Summer Banks on Oct 18, 2016
Focus Factor Review

I need to make a confession: I was obsessed with researching Focus Factor. We conducted one of our in-depth reviews, examining the side effects, ingredients, customer service quality and scientific studies. Plus, we scrutinized hundreds of user responses that are posted online. At last, we compressed all of the facts and feedback we found to give you the bottom line.

EDITOR'S TIP:

What is Focus Factor?

To start, Focus Factor is a memory booster that provides you with proper nutrition and help you feel sharper and more alert. The ingredients are vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6, folate, vitamin B12, biotin, pantothenic acid, calcium, iron, iodine, magnesium, zinc, selenium, copper, manganese, chromium, molybdenum, potassium, diemethylaminoethanol, L glutamine, bacopin, L-pyroglutamic acid, phosphatidylsering, docosahexanoic acid concentrate, choline, inositol, N acetyltyrosine, bilberry fruit, GABA, Activin, vinpocetine, trace lyte, huperzine A, boron, vanadium and grape skin extract. It is boasted as natural, safe and effective for women and men alike. According to the official website, Focus Factor is “America’s number one brain health supplement.”

Focus Factor has been available since 2000 and it is backed by a 100% money-back guarantee. This supplement is made by Synergy CHC Corp. There are a few customer testimonials posted on the official website and the ingredients are natural, but read on…

False Claims – “What Will Happen?”

The first concern with Focus Factor ingredients is promises that just aren’t supported with customer results. According to our Research Editor, “We discovered an article on consumeraffairs.com that reveals Focus Factor is advertised with unsubstantiated claims. Therefore, in 2004, one million dollars had to be paid out in a settlement, after federal investigators charged this company.”

One user stated, “I finished all the 150 tablets in month, but I didn’t see any changes in focus and concentration.”

According to another user, “Don’t waste your money, is all lie. I took it for one month, I did not feel any different!”

Despite the false claims and negative reviews, there are users who noticed improvement in memory and brain fog.

As one customer put it, ” It is worth experimenting and investing in one bottle to see if you reap the benefits they claim.”

“My wife swears by Focus Factor so I decided to try it too. It definitely helps with concentration and focus,” said another.

Side Effects – “Watch Out?”

This supplement can lead to side effects, based on some of the customer reviews we read. One user commented, “This product made me have very intense migraine like headaches. My sleeping cycle was also interrupted.”

“This crap gave me a bad headache whenever I took it; splitting headache whenever I took this. Once I stopped, the headaches ended. Coincidence? I don’t think so,” said another customer.

We have to take the flip side into consideration, as well.

One user saw no negative issues, “Best of all, NO side effects of any kind!”

Another wondered whether or not it would be an issue, “I just hope there’s not any long term negative side effects for taking 1000% DV on some of these vitamins.”

After doing plenty of research, we have concluded that if there is one particular facet of a supplement that is especially problematic (a painful/difficult exercise routine, too many side effects, false claims) the odds of real success for the long run are slim. This means if Focus Factor does in fact cause negative reactions in many people, this could be a deal breaker.

The Science – “Valid?”

There is a study mentioned in the FAQ section of the website for Focus Factor, but there’s no link to where it is published. Plus, we’ve no idea if healthy individuals or those with memory impairments were used. At DietSpotlight, we need to see published clinical results in order to support a supplement.

The Bottom Line – Does Focus Factor Work?

Is this one on the top of our shopping list? We appreciate that Focus Factor contains some vitamins and minerals, but we certainly have reservations about recommending this supplement. First of all, there was a lawsuit against this product years ago. This is a red flag. Secondly, there are reports it causes headaches, as well as other side effects, if you read through the customer feedback posted online. Plus, there’s no detail about the supposed clinical study that supports claims.

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About the Author:

Summer Banks is an ISSA-Certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist and has reviewed over 2000 diet products. She has years of nursing training, experience as a manager responsible for 15 supplement brands, and completed coursework on Food and Nutrition from Stanford University. full bio.

How Does Focus Factor Compare?

Previous Focus Factor Review (Updated May 7, 2014):

What You Should Know

As people age, they often begin to experience brain fog, disappearing memory, and difficulty thinking or focusing. Many of these people look for a solution to repair their impaired brain function. Often, this solution comes in the form of supplements such as Focus Factor. Focus Factor seeks to use different vitamins and minerals to increase the mental clarity of its users. Whether the company truly lives up to its goals and provides this relief is up for debate. Prevagen also comes into play as it contains active ingredients that improves memory, promotes clearer thinking and a sharper mind.

List of Ingredients

Focus Factor Ingredients include the following ingredients. Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Folate, Vitamin B12, Biotin, Pantothenic Acid, Calcium, Iron, Iodine, Magnesium, Zinc, Selenium, Copper, Manganese, Chromium, Molybdenum, Potassium, Diemethylaminoethanol, L Glutamine, Bacopin, L Pyroglutamic Acid, Phosphatidylsering, Docosahexanoic Acid Concentrate, Choline, Inositol, N Acetyltyrosine, Bilberry Fruit Extract, GABA, Activin, Vinpocetine, Trace Lyte, Huperzine A, Boron, Vanadium and Grape Skin Extract. Aside from fruit, Biotin is featured as another supplement which is helpful for weight loss and keeps the mind and body healthy with natural ingredients and vitamins.

Product Features

According to the company, all of the many herbs and minerals in Focus Factor are what contribute to its success. These ingredients supposedly work together to create a product which increases blood flow, stirs up brain activity, and thus enhances the memory and mental functioning of its takers.

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Advantages

  • Focus Factor contains a variety of vitamins and minerals which may increase brain activity and help suffering individuals think better.
  • The product is quick and easy to take.
  • Focus Factor is available for a free trial period time.

Disadvantages

  • As with many supplements of this sort, Focus Factor may treat only some surface issues and not the underlying problem. Individuals experiencing severe focusing problems should contact their health professional.
  • The product costs around $40 a bottle, too expensive for many people.
  • Many users have reported experiencing minor side effects, such as gastric upset, when using the product.
  • Other users of Focus Factor claim that although the product does work, the results are slow in coming.
  • Focus Factor does not, nor does it make claims to, enhance weight loss.
  • Just like many other supplements of this sort, Focus Factor may rely too much on clever marketing and not quantifiable results.

Conclusion

Memory loss, difficult thinking, and overall poor brain functioning are all common problems today. Sometimes the body needs a spark of energy to focus. Advocare Spark is similarly supplied with vitamins and other ingredients to improve energy and mental focus. Many people look for solutions to these problems. Focus Factor seeks to be one of these solutions. However, the company may not be as much of a solution as it claims to be. Granted, users did claim to see some results after a 14-day trial period, but these results were not immediate. Plus, the product may have produced some mild side effects such as gastric issues. However, Focus Factor could still exceed expectations and provide long term relief for those suffering from mental fog. Still, anyone interested in this company should do their research. Try the product for the free trial period before making any financial commitments.

57 User Reviews About Focus Factor

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  • 1
    Adrian

    I am going to try focus factor for the first time..What would be the recommended dosage per day? Should i start with 4 pills perday or 2

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    Anna (Editor)

    Hi! For detailed product and usage instructions, please refer to the Focus Factor official website for more information.

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  • 2
    Adrian

    Today i purchased focus factor for the 1st time..Ive been having trouble with constant memory loss for years and have been struggling to find something that can really help me with this issue..Ive read some pretty good reviews on this product so i am going to give it a shot and see how it works out for me..I will leave another review in a couple of weeks to let you know if it made a difference for me..

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    Nicholas Norton

    I am now a mediaclly disabled retired Navy veteran and i will say that I’ve taken focus factor every semester of college and also during the month prior to major military exams and it helped me and continues to help me succeed on all fronts l, with 0 side affects!! I recommend this for anymore with concentration issues. I have ADD in addition to a various psych issues now and this stuff works better and safer than anything that the VA can prescribe, PERIOD!!. GIVE IT A TRY!! OORAHHH FOCUS FACTOR!!

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  • 4
    Alex

    I have taken FF for 2 days now and have had a migraine like headache since I started taking it.

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    Mike

    Focus Factor does leave headaches if used improperly. The bottle says zero alcohol while on supplement.

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  • 5
    Jacqui

    I love focus factor, I tell my friends all about it. I notice that when I take focus factor my bowel movement is extremely foul smelling, why is this? Have you seen others with same complaint?
    Thanks.

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    Anna (Editor)

    Hi. Please make sure to consult with your physician before continuing to take this product and let them know about the side effects you were experiencing.

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  • 6
    DeeDee

    Does this work with Zoloft?

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    Anna (Editor)

    Hi! Because of possible interactions with Zoloft, please make sure to consult with your physician before taking this product.

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  • 7
    Amy

    Is this safe to take while breastfeeding?

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    Jessica (Editor)

    Hello Amy. All users are different and can experience different side effects; please make sure to consult with your physician before taking this product since you are breast feeding.

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  • 8
    Jessica (Editor)

    Hello Gregory. All users are different and can experience different results; please make sure to consult with your physician before continuing this product to make sure its safe and effective for you to use.

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  • 9
    Dorothy

    FF works for me.

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  • 10
    Snoopy

    Stop blaming a supplement, what’s your diet like.

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  • 11
    Sreymom Kong

    I just taking FF for three weeks, it is work. I have taking 4 tablets once time a day, does it is correct in taking? How to take it in the correct way? I am worried to take in wrong way. Thank you

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    Devon (Editor)

    Take 4 tablets per day with food. To accommodate body weight, activity level, stress level, and/or inadequate diet, take additional tablets up to a maximum of 8 tablets per day.

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  • 12
    Matt

    I just started taking focus factor. I’ve been reading everybody review. Some good and bad. A few reported headaches and felt it didn’t do anything for them. It is to early to tell. I also have ADD and tried medication and it stopped working. Thought I would try this out and see if it works for me.

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    Angel

    is it works for you now? Or still too early to tell? Please update asap and thanks

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  • 13
    Florence

    When my son was five, he suffered a stroke due to sickle cell and moyamoya disease. He couldn’t remember anything. So I started giving him focusfactor. To my surprise it worked. He started remembering things and focus more. He started doing better in school. Maybe all it takes is patient but focus factor delivered what it promised.

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    Blonde73

    I am SO sorry to hear this ???? And am so happy beyond words for yall. If this isnt a true testimony, I dont know what else could be living proof….wow people need to listen to your story. It helps us all w the reviews. I developed damentia several years ago and am so excited to see what this will do for me. My body is so sensitive to meds. But love vitamin supp, homeopathic meds, for my child w adhd .. so hes sadly getting into trouble DAILY @ school. So much to the point that the school Is stepping in and helping us get the proper treatments. Took him to therapy for years. Tried every med.. counseling, the whole 9 yards. He got better for a while w the over the counter homeo. then has spun out of control. He is only 10 years old I have no idea what the age range is to be able to take these do you? and maybe just give them 1-2 tablets instead of 4? Horrible anger problems and ODD ( oppositional defiance disorder) ect ect. Do you have any more intake w your experience. Did he start taking them @ 5?!

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  • 14
    DAMARIS

    MI HIJA TIENE 12 AÑOS PUEDE USAR ESTA PRODUCTO

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  • 15
    Your Name

    yes

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  • 16
    V. Lopez

    I have used focus factor now for about two years. Before I used this product I could not remember anything it was so hard for me I always felt like Like my mind was in a fog. This was devastating to me because I always had an excellent memory. Since I have taken focus factor my memory has returned. I had immediate results So I have told a few friends about theses amazing results. They are now taking focus factor with great results.

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  • 17
    Sky

    I tried it for a month, by taking 8 pills a day as I’m a huge guy. Did not feel any effects. Today, i took a grinder and ground the pills up, a tablespoon = 8 pills. It said max = 8. So I put a tablespoon in the water, hot water, stirred it, and waited. Drink it. It tasted horrible but it works. After reading I learned this is meant for ahd but I don’t have that problem. I have a problem where you tell me 5 things, only 2 to 3 of those will get done first and to the best of my ability as I tend to forget that one. I think they should make it a powder form with other things to get rid of taste, as powder dissolves quicker and mixed with milk gets into bloodstream quicker thus allowing it to work. Today I actually fill focused, so it works one ground up, it is kinda awesome.

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  • 18
    Richard

    I have been taking FF for more than 4 years. It works for me. I went to nursing school at 45. Tried several types of memory boosting suppliments. FF worked best for me. I am able to recall certian things that I did not earlier. If I stop > 1 week, I can feel the difference. COSTCO has a good price.

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  • 19
    Dan

    I’ve taken focus factor daily (1 or 2) per day. I am able to report that I think my memory as well as my attitude and confidence has improved over the 3 weeks I’ve used it. It may only be a mind over matter effect… But hey, I feel better & have serious hope for future results. Just my 2 cents. Let’s wish each other good luck with this or some other med, and let’s say a prayer for each other. Dan

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  • 20
    esperanza

    does it help old timers ? you know what i mean

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  • 21
    julia

    I am taking focus factor one a day, can you tell me if there is any interference with prozac because I am taking 25mg of prozac a day. thank you julia

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    ikepono

    Prozac is a “b-blocker” and Focus Factor contains GABA which is used in the “b” receptors in the brain…

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    ikepono

    correction: Prozac is a “b”blocker and Focus Factor contains GABA which is a “b” channel AGONIST. you may be overtly quantifying the effect of Prozac with the additional GABA.

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  • 22
    christella Wilson

    is it ok for me to take focus factor if i’m diabetic?

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  • 23
    GUY

    Remember these are Vitamins. And if you want imediate results you should talk to your doctor about treatment.

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  • 24
    James Swienty

    How can you buy focus factor from one company for $13.00 for 150 pills and other companys you have to pay much more for the exact same thing. Is the quality of the two differences equal I cannot see how it can be. Whats wrong with the much less expensive one.

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    LJ

    Read the ingrediants. If they are the same you are paying forb the name. I get the cheaper generic.

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  • 25
    Anonymous

    Is it safe to take focus factor with other multi vitamins

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  • 26
    ANONYMOUS

    YOU SEEM TO BE BI-POLAR: YOU CONTRADICTED YOURSELF

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  • 27
    Duane

    Send me a free trial

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  • 28
    Marie Mathews

    I take a medicine called paxil. Would taking the Focusfactor be safe?

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  • 29
    Pb nj

    Is this total vegetarian

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  • 30
    sara milly

    Does this really work?

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  • 31
    wayne

    you can purchase a bottle of 150 pills for under $20. I am starting to take it now to see how it works for me.

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  • 32
    moneyfarmer

    I have taken a whole bottle of focus factor to study for series 7 securities exam. IT WORKS Y’ALL! Granted, e everybody is a litlle different. I CAN say that it worked great for me. I think I saw a difference within first few days too. I will definitely buy more…if I can remember to go buy it during my monthly savings period at GNC. I keep forgetting to go during first week of month. Guess that means all the focus factor has left my body…lol. Peace

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    Jessyelena

    The Neurologist said after the Scan, my Husband have Alzheimers, I was Shocked, he just turned 60 yrs. old., He got it Early, she prescribed Namenda, It was’nt getting better, after one Day of taking Focus Factor & Praying to God to help us, We saw a difference! Praise God! It was a Voice that said to me, in the Morning go to the Store & get the Focus Factor, & that’s what I did, I was @ my wit’s end, I was so Fustrated, I can TESTIFY THAT
    it WORKS! IT WORKS! Anybody wit Memory Problems give it to your Love ones & Friends & Yourself!!! (Smile)

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    Michael Eugene Andrews

    I am a man of prayer. Many years ago I heard radio 1/2 hr show on product. My grandson is prime canidate need conformation.

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  • 33
    Jennifer Morrow

    How do I sign uo for a free trial? I see my local walmart has it but I didnt want to put the expense into it if it didnt work. And, how long does it take before you start to maybe notice any difference?

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  • 34
    inez

    Is it okay to take focus factor if you suffer from epileptic seizures?

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  • 35
    Florence Owen

    Is it safe for people with ADD to take this product?

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    kenneth isaacs

    is it safe for people with ADD to take this product?

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  • 36
    J JONES

    is it ok for someone who has experienced a traumatic brain injury to take focus factor?

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  • 37
    mel lazo

    How to get started with the free trial as advertized?

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    michelle

    I am concerned with the age group of kids that can use focus factor

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    Natalie

    We use focus factor for children. Used last school year and my now 6 year old reminds me that he feels better when he takes them. The lab results that are reported indicate that they are not beneficial? I just don’t know who to trust and think it’s safer than put him on ADHD medication.

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  • 38
    margaret De Vault

    where can I get a free trail?
    Also can I purchase your product locally. Iive in Ocala,Flordia?

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    Anonymous

    I bought mine today @ Sams Club for $18.99

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  • 39
    T.Campbell

    I just started taking FF a few days ago and I can say that it has enhanced my mood. I suffer from mild depression, which I am being treated for, and my meds work but not always. Now, it could just be a placebo – you know, all in the mind – but I do feel like I’m thinking more clearly and not forgetting as much. I guess I’ll see after about two weeks.

    Downside, I’ve been experiencing a slight rapid heart beat. However, I’m not sure if it’s the FF or a combo of my B12 vitamins, Ginsing and the host of other supplements I take. We’ll see.

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  • 40
    annthepreacher@aol.com

    Does this product hurt diabetics?

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