About Brain Peak

Using a “fully balanced” blend of vinpocetine and huperzine to boost acetylcholine levels, Brain Peak is a nootropic supplement that’s claimed to improve memory, focus, processing speed, and flow state, while also revitalizing your mind and improving your dreams.

On top of this, Brain Peak is claimed to increase cerebral blood flow and oxygenation to the brain, and its “neuro-specific antitoxins” are claimed to prevent free radicals from causing damage, while also preventing mental fog.

If you only relied on what the manufacturer tells you, Brain Peak might seem like some kind of wonder supplement; almost like the movie Limitless. But once you peek behind the curtain, is this really what Brain Peak provides, or is it all a hoax?

Before getting to that, let’s learn more about memory loss.

What Are the Symptoms of Memory Loss?

Although memory loss symptoms are pretty much the same, such as forgetting a person’s name, losing your keys, and so forth, there are actually 2 different types, primarily based on severity.

Normal age-related memory loss (also known as Mild Cognitive Impairment, or MCI) is common beginning in our 50s and 60s. Although it’s annoying, MCI generally doesn’t have a major impact in our life and we can basically continue on as normal. It’s this type of memory loss that nootropics like Brain Peak are intended to address.

On the other hand, dementia is a general term that describes an individual’s cognitive decline, which affects not only memory, but as it progresses, also communication and thinking. Alzheimer’s disease is likely the most recognized form of dementia, which eventually becomes so severe that it leads to death.

But what causes these memory impairments in the first place?

The Causes of Memory Impairment

Just like asking the question, “What causes back pain,” there can be many causes of memory loss, including alcohol and other drug use, not getting enough sleep, excessive stress, strokes and other head injuries, poor diet, genetics, and much more.

Another cause of frequent memory lapse is a decrease in neurotransmitter production, which are chemicals that transmit signals (or bits of information) from one neuron to another within your brain. One such chemical is acetylcholine, which is a key player in nervous system function (including the brain), as well as in decision-making abilities.

However, will anything contained in Brain Peak boost acetylcholine, or otherwise improve your brain’s function?

The Efficacy of Brain Peak’s Ingredients

As with most of the nutritional supplements we review here at HighYa, there wasn’t a product label or an ingredients list provided on the Brain Peak website, so there’s no way to know everything it contains.

However, we are told that it contains huperzine, which is listed as “possibly effective” for improving memory in Alzheimer’s patients, as well as for otherwise healthy individuals experiencing memory problems.

The second ingredient we’re told about is vinpocetine, which might improve blood flow to the brain and have a positive effect on memory. However, according to WebMD, there is come concern about the age of this data, the length of the trials, as well as how “mental decline” was defined in many of them.

In either instance, we don’t know how much huperzine or vinpocetine is contained in Brain Peak, if this is enough to be effective, or whether it will cause any side effects.

Brain Peak’s Side Effects

The most common side effect cited for either of Brain Peak’s ingredients was digestive upset, although many users won’t experience this at all.

However, huperzine may also cause blurred vision, slurred speech, cramping, high blood pressure, and much more, especially when exceeding 400mcg daily.

Because of this, it’s strongly recommended that you speak with your physician prior to taking Brain Peak, or any other nutritional supplement.

Despite its questionable efficacy and potentially severe side effects, if you’re intent on trying Brain Peak, what’ll it cost?

Brain Peak Pricing & Refund Policy

If you’re looking to quickly spend a lot of money, Brain Peak might be the way to do it. Why?

Because Brain Peak is only available through a 10-day trial, for which you’ll pay $4.97 to cover S&H charges, and will receive a full 30-day supply of the supplement.

After your trial expires, your credit card will be charged $139.97 for the full product price. You’ll also continue receiving regular monthly shipments of Brain Peak, and you’ll be billed $139.97 plus $9.97 S&H each time.

Once this occurs, you’ll have 30 days to return Brain Peak if you’re dissatisfied, although this is less S&H charges and a 35%(!) restocking fee.

In order to request a refund, you’ll need to contact Brain Peak’s manufacturer at 855-511-2191.

A Quick Note about Brain Peak’s Manufacturer

Speaking of which, not only do they not provide everything you need to make an informed purchasing decision, Brain Peak’s manufacturer doesn’t provide any information about them, either. They’re not listed with the Better Business Bureau, and there wasn’t any additional information available online at the time of our research.

However, Brain Peak features the exact same trial guidelines and pricing as Alpha XTRM. On top of this, except for the last digit, their customer service phone numbers are identical.

As such, it’s reasonable to believe that both of the supplements are manufactured by the same company.

Will Brain Peak “Unlock Your Potential?”

Any time you encounter a product sold only through a free trial, this alone should act as a huge red flag. And when you add to this a lack of an ingredients list and extraordinarily high prices, you’ll be putting more than just your time on the line if you decide to give Brain Peak a shot.

Taking all of this together, it’s our opinion that Brain Peak is a scam and should be avoided. Instead, if you’re experiencing more frequent memory loss, be sure to consult with your doctor.

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