Taxifolin Nootropic Properties

Chronic cerebral circulation insufficiency is the most common pathology of the cerebrovascular system, primarily affecting individuals aged 30–50 years, i.e., potentially the largest working-age group.
Most often, these patients report headaches, dizziness, feeling shaky and unsteady when walking, weakness and awkwardness of the extremities, failing memory, decreased intellectual performance, and emotional disorder. This significantly decreases the quality of life for these individuals.
Therefore, optimized treatment and rehabilitation of these patients is crucial. Mild and highly efficient multifunctional bioregulators included in the treatment will yield very promising results.