An Alternative To Adderall?

PROFIDERALL Becomes the First and Only 'Cognitive Energy Enhancer' Available Without a Prescription

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No longer is cognitive enhancement linked just to the treatment of ADHD

Santa Monica, CA (PRWEB) October 27, 2009

Profiderall LLC (http://www.profiderall.com) has launched the first and only non-prescription 'Cognitive Energy Enhancer.' PROFIDERALL is scientifically-engineered to increase focus, improve memory, and deliver long lasting energy… giving users the ability to work smarter, work longer, and accomplish more… all without a prescription.

From Ivy League classrooms to Wall Street boardrooms, men and women are using a steady stream of 'smart pills' and analeptics (the class of prescription drugs like Adderall, Ritalin and Modafinil that were developed to treat ADD/ADHD) to keep up with their highly stressful, extremely demanding daily routines. But drugs like these are not designed for non-therapeutic use and can be addictive, potentially harmful, and illegal to consume without a prescription.

"No longer is cognitive enhancement linked just to the treatment of ADHD," said Creator/CEO Matt Lester. "Healthy overachievers are seeking ways to improve thinking and focus, and to stand out in increasingly competitive business and academic environments. Natural cognitive enhancers, nootropics, will soon be a fully accepted part of America's working milieu."

Created as a safe, prescription free alternative, PROFIDERALL's 'cognitive energy complex' is the first to pair the latest nootropics (known as 'smart drugs' with powerful energy compounds to provide fuel for both your body and mind. The key nootropic substances are clinically proven to improve creative thinking, information processing, attention, cortical/behavioral arousal, learning, and memory… while the powerful synthetics deliver incredible energy that lasts up to 6 hours. Simply put, PROFIDERALL 'wakes up your brain' and gives you an incredible energy boost to optimize focus, memory, and endurance.

College students have been using drugs like Adderall for years. A survey published in the journal Addiction found that about 7% of college students -- and as many as 25% at primarily private, elite universities -- admit they have taken drugs illicitly to improve their academic performance. These habits are carrying over into the workplace. This new generation of young professionals sees cognitive enhancers as an important tool for success, and the 'smart' thing to do.

Alison, a twenty-something Special Events coordinator used stimulants like Adderall in college to study, and now finds she needs cognitive enhancement even more in the workplace.

"I was excited to start working" says Alison, "but with a busy schedule and constant stress, I needed something to keep up. PROFIDERALL gives me the energy and focus to get my work done and still have a life outside of the office."

Surprisingly, many older Americans are also seeking ways to improve their focus and function, and not get left in the dust.

Nick, a 50-year-old high-level marketing executive felt he was losing his edge. After years of success, he feared he wouldn't be able to continue the lightning pace and constant multitasking his job requires. He sees cognitive enhancement as a way to keep up with his younger colleagues.

"PROFIDERALL gives me the clarity and focus I need to stay competitive," says Nick. "It has given me back my mental edge, no doubt about it."

Please visit http://www.profiderall.com to learn more and order online.

About Nootropics:
Defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary as, "a substance that enhances cognition and memory and facilitates learning," nootropics usually refer to so-called smart drugs and cognitive enhancers. Nootropics improve the function of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine via muscarinic cholinergic (ACh) receptors which are implicated in memory processes. Furthermore, they have an effect on NMDA glutamate receptors which are involved with learning and memory processes. Nootropics influence neuronal and vascular functions and increase cognitive function, while at the same time providing a natural source of energy.

Source: Profiderall LLC

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