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Marcus has a degree in psychology, a masters degree in health psychology and has worked within the NHS as well as private organisations. Marcus started psysci a psychology and science blog in order to disseminate research into bitesize, meaningful and helpful resources that are interesting and insightful and often help people on the right track to improving their lives.

Natural Alternatives To Xanax

Xanax is an incredibly popular drug. In fact, it’s the most popular anti anxiety medication in the US. It’s a controlled drug, and it works by modulating the activity of GABA in the central nervous system. As such, Xanax balances the chemicals in your brain in order to alleviate the symptoms of anxiety and panic attacks. […]

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Seredyn Complete Calm Review: Ingredients, Side Effects + Verdict

Seredyn is a supplement that is designed, and clinically proven, according to its manufacturers, to reduce anxiety, insomnia, panic attacks and other mood and psychological disorders.  Seredyn has been developed by a team of scientists, based on extensive empirical research, and aims to combine knowledge of the natural workings of your brain with extensive scientific knowledge. According […]

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Neovicta Clarity Review

Our rating:Product name: Neovicta Clarity Mind & Energy Booster Neovicta Clarity is a supplement that is one of the many Nootropics on the market that promises massive effects on your cognitive function, focus and concentration. Nootropics, in case you are new here, are otherwise known as ‘smart drugs’, and they are designed to improve your […]

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Duckdose Review: Ingredients, Pros & Cons and Verdict

Our rating: Product name: DuckDose Modafinil + Armodafinil  Duckdose suggests that its two products, Modafinil and Armodafinil, are first and foremost ‘wakefulness promoting drug(s)’. Furthermore, they’re FDA-approved in the USA as a treatment for sleeping disorders. It also suggests that they may be useful in boosting cognitive functioning, citing the journal of European Neuropsychopharmacology as evidence that […]

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