For providing complete satisfaction to the customers, we are manufacturing and exporting the wide variety of Ayurvedic Brain Tonic. These tonics are processed by making use of good quality herbal extracts and health supplements. Our provided tonics are highly effective in enhancing immunity inside the body. The collection of Ayurvedic Brain Tonic is the ideal option for improving the learning skills along with relieving stress.
- Improves memory
- Stimulates nervous system
- Promotes mental growth
Manoyog Is a Tonic for Children & Adult
Helps to improve memory
Helps to prevent cognitive impairment and age-related dementia
Beneficial for Alzheimer, Parkinson and epileptic patients
Helps to improve learning skill, memory retention and motor function
Helps to attenuate stress, anxiety and depression
It Enhances Immunity And Promotes Mental Faculty
It Prevents Mental Fatigue
It Facilitates Sustained Intellectual Activity
PRESENTATION: CAPSULE: BOX OF 10 BLISTER-PACK STRIPS OF 10 CAPSULE EACH & SYRUP: PILFER-PROOF BOTTLES OF 200 ML WITH OUTER CARTON
What causes memory loss?
It is normal to forget, but abnormal forgetfulness might be a symptom of memory loss. Depending on the underlying cause of memory loss, the condition could be temporary or permanent. Usually memory loss is described as inability to recollect events that occurred in the recent past and/or distant pass. It is normally associated with aging of the brain. Stress and depression might cause memory problems. Memory problem could occur as a side effect of head injury, drug abuse, alcoholism and strokes.
Dementia is less likely to occur in people aged less than 65 years. The risk of cognitive impairment rises with age. Approximately 30 to 50 percent people above 85 suffer from some form of dementia. It is a sign of dysfunction of the cerebral cortex. Underlying diseases or conditions that damage the tissues in the cerebral cortex lead to this condition. Depending on the severity of cortical tissue damage, dementia could be classified as reversible or irreversible. Permanent damage to the cortical and subcortical regions of the brain is irreversible.
Alzheimer disease, vascular dementia and Parkinson disease are examples of irreversible dementia. Dementia resulting from head injury, infections such as meningitis, syphilis and encephalitis, exposure to toxins, brain tumors, hormonal disorders, diseases of liver, kidneys and pancreas, nutritional deficiencies and side effects of drug might be reversed.