Focus Factor Review

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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.

List of Ingredients

Focus Factor includes 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.

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. 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.

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41 User Reviews about Focus Factor

  • 1
    Heather R.

    Is Focus Factor safe for 12 year old children?

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  • 2
    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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  • 3
    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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  • 4
    ikepono

    I have used Focus Factor for about 3 yrs. it is only $14.99 at Costco (with discount). if I take the recommended dose of 4 tabs I get jittery so I get by with only 1. I like the product and can return it to Costco for any reason since they have an excellent return policy on ALL their products.
    the tabs tend to discolor and “bloat” when exposed to humidity…other than that I recommend this. -ikepono

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  • 5
    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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  • 6
    Gloria NElson

    I have been taking Focusfactor for several weeks and am now constipated for the first time in 30 years. I have not experienced any great results concerning memory.

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  • 7
    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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  • 8
    christella Wilson

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

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  • 9
    GUY

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

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  • 10
    Craig

    I took focus factor for 2 weeks , i been off for about 2 weeks, i stopped taking it because it made me worse,I can’t seem to function at work, i am in fear of loosing my job, it’s like they say it’s foggy once in awhile it’s like the sun shines threw for 5 min. and then back to foggy again. I hope it wears off SOOON!

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  • 11
    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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  • 12
    Anonymous

    Is it safe to take focus factor with other multi vitamins

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  • 13
    Duane

    Send me a free trial

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  • 14
    Michael Warren

    I was looking for research about the lasting effect, or permanent effects possibly of these and other related products. Studies show that some very stimulating drug supplements may be causing harm, although it feels good to use it, would the user in fact be better off afterwards, or even possibly have damaged the brain to a greater extent. Having spent a lot of money on the most expensive supplement I have found for the brian, Focus Factor, and I do appreciate that it is marketed well and distributed widely to those who obviously need it, I do wonder if in the long term it is actually helping or hurting people.

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    esperanza

    does it help old timers ? you know what i mean

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  • 15
    Marilyn

    Would Focus Factor be good for those with ADHD?

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  • 16
    Marie Mathews

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

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  • 17
    Pb nj

    Is this total vegetarian

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  • 18
    Jimmy

    this did not work as good as focus fast. check focus fast @ gnc instead.

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  • 19
    sara milly

    Does this really work?

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  • 20
    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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  • 21
    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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  • 22
    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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  • 23
    inez

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

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  • 24
    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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  • 25
    J JONES

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

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  • 26
    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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  • 27
    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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  • 28
    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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  • 29
    Michael Warren

    If you ask me, a lot of these ingredients are not even for the brain or memory, such as glutamine, and inositol? It looks to me like a bunch of stuff thrown together that makes people feel good. Huperzine has been tested to increase intelligence, and phosphatidyl serine, but inositol merely stimulates the body to feel more awake, and glutamine is to carry oxygen to the muscles relieving stiffness.

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    ANONYMOUS

    YOU SEEM TO BE BI-POLAR: YOU CONTRADICTED YOURSELF

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  • 30
    annthepreacher@aol.com

    Does this product hurt diabetics?

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