Do you experience demanding or overwhelming situations in your life too often? Well, it looks like there are at least three of us. To help those experiencing the same, CNP suggests using its Cognition supplement. Therefore, I couldn’t resist and I gave it a shot. And I tell you if, how and when it really works at all. And when it does NOT.
First things first. CNP Cognition is a stimulant-free aid to enhance your cognitive function. In other words, it’s an easy to dissolve powder (oh yeah!) that is supposed to aid your mental processes involving in gaining knowledge and comprehension. These include thinking, knowing, remembering, judging and problem-solving – the functions that might be interrupted under demanding or overwhelming situation. They say their Cognition thingy (that is supposed to be clinically dosed) works perfectly and wants you to pay for your 30 feelings of peace of mind (i.e. servings) approx. £27. Quite a lot. This is our review of CNP Cognition in which I will tell you whether it’s worth or not that money. Let’s go!
Does CNP Cognition work at all?
Forget about the ingredients list, marketing blurbs and so on. See CNP’s website to find this information for yourself. Instead of that, let’s get straight to the point. The most important thing: it worked for me surprisingly good. Definitely much better than I thought or expected it will. And way much better than a
cup mug of coffee I can drink and go to sleep for three hours in the middle of the day smoothly.
Anyway, this powder does a pretty good job for me. I’m not able to tell you how fast it kicks in, but it’s usually a matter of minutes since I take it. Once it does, I can notice a much higher focus on what I’m working on at the moment (more on that in a moment). In one case, it was a writing job in a foreign language. In the other, it was learning new stuff. Another one, a workout performed at home at 3.30 am. As you can imagine, all these tasks above and many more might be pretty demanding and they may need some extra effort and focus on making it smooth and getting quality output. And sometimes these are not you want to do at a specific time. And that’s where CNP Cognition may come in handy.
How does it look like from my perspective? Pretty interesting. The most important thing is it helps me to get focused and fix my attention on what I need to do. Or instead, on what I want to be done. It involves a feeling of being in some kind of a tunnel. In a tunnel of purpose, where nearly nothing can distract my attention (although still being there). And at the same time, while being really responsive all the time (I’m sorry if I describe it clumsy, but I’m not a psychologist). Ridiculous? For sure. Safe? I’m still alive. Helpful? For sure. And it worked for Kaz and for me precisely the same way. So chances are it may work for you as well.
Blah, blah, blah. I think you have expected that, right? Eventually, many kinds of such posts are being written the way like ‘what a silly question, it’s working’ or ‘trust me, I know what I say’ and so on. So to make this post even more useful for you, let’s ask a bit different question. The question it might be on your mind for a while. And it may go like that: is it always working?
And there’s only one answer to this question: it’s not.