People are worried about the economy and, frankly, they're worried about whether they'll have a job next year
SALT LAKE CITY (PRWEB) December 16, 2008
Zantrex-3's reputation has spread from college campuses (where students have been using it for years to increase cognitive performance, alertness and drive) to the workplace, where employees around the country are now using Zantrex on the job to stay alert, positive and productive.
"People are worried about the economy and, frankly, they're worried about whether they'll have a job next year," says Gina Daines, spokesperson for Zoller Labs. "They know that employers are being forced to make cutbacks and are paying close attention to employees' performance. And it may sound callous, but if you're an employer and you absolutely have to fire someone to stay in business, who are you going to choose? The guy nodding off at his desk, or the alert go-getter who actually gets things done? The choice seems obvious to me… and apparently to a lot of other people."
A recent article by Reuters pointed to the growing use of "brain-boosting drugs" in the workplace. Long a trend at colleges and universities, where students need help to cram for exams, older Americans are now turning to natural stimulants to help increase their mental capabilities and maintain their focus. And according to many physicians and psychologists, there's nothing wrong with that. In fact, boosting your ability to focus is really a "smart" thing to do. As reported in the December article, "We should welcome new methods of improving our brain function," wrote Henry Greely of Stanford Law School in California and Barbara Sahakian, a psychiatry professor from the University of Cambridge (England).
Zantrex-3 Sales Continue to Spike
"Since September we've seen a large spike in Zantrex sales while the supplement industry itself is facing declining sales and profits," says Ms. Daines. "Our figures show that both blue- and white-collar workers are turning to Zantrex for an instant kick and a sustained energy boost to power through the day and maintain optimum on-the-job performance."
Scientific evidence supports the energy-boosting and performance-enhancing capabilities of Zantrex-3's key ingredients. Several published clinical studies have shown that these ingredients can increase concentration, help users focus more clearly on a specific task and improve short-term memory.
Better yet, when you feel more energetic and more productive at work, your mood improves. "And let's face it," says Ms. Daines, "energetic, positive people are easier to hire and easier to keep. Enthusiasm and performance go a long way, especially in today's workplace."
If skyrocketing sales are any indication, it seems that millions of Americans, young and old, are convinced that taking Zantrex-3 to boost energy and improve performance is the really smart thing to do.