Did anyone try Mega Memory tablets! Does it work?

Connie - posted on 12/29/2011 ( 7 moms have responded )

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As my son is not good at his working memory and not perfect at his attention, doctor does not recommend for medication because his attention test was not drop under the middle level, I understand he needs more effort to control himself not to day dream so it caused him drowsiness.

Do you have the same problem of your child?

Did anyone try this medicine and is it work for them?

Thanks for your advise.

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Jodi - posted on 12/30/2011

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Mega Memory Tablets???



Can I ask how old is your child? Because it concerns me that a compound (essentially a bunch of vitamins) aimed at those with stress, anxiety, a lack of physical and mental exercise and poor nutrition is something you feel your child needs.....



I would consider addressing the cause (long term), rather than focusing on this as a solution (short term).



Short answer - this is NOT a medicine, it is a vitamin supplement.



Why do you feel your son needs medicine?

Kate CP - posted on 12/31/2011

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I would consult a doctor before giving anything to my son to alter his behavior.

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Donna - posted on 10/03/2012

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Efalex (tablets and liquid) made by Efalmol was such a benefit to my son at age 8-10 years. His primary teacher commented on the huge difference she had notice in his attention, concentration, memory, etc and i told her of this new health product he was taking. A few months later I had run out of stock and had problems getting this product and his teacher approached me in the playyground after school and offered to travel to buy them for me (I preferred to buy the bulk size supply and had to travel out of the area to purchase) as she notice the difference when he had stopped taking them. What better reference could you want! I can highly recommend.

As an adult I take the mega memory tablets and think they too are great!

Connie - posted on 12/31/2011

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Unfortunately my doctor said no harm to try any vitamins, they have no idea for any vitamins out the clinic! It is ok, I just try to ask thus eventually I will not let him take such pills.

Jodi - posted on 12/31/2011

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Look, a pharmacist is not a doctor. Yep, I agree with Kate, go and see a doctor before you give him anything. Because this is just a bunch of vitamins, you probably should also look at his diet and what he is and is not eating because you CAN get this from your food. If he has a good, solid balanced diet with lots of fresh fruit and vegetables, meat and dairy products, he should not be having these problems.

Connie - posted on 12/31/2011

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My son's attention and working memory are not good also, the pharmacy advises me to give this vitamin to my son, he is 10 years old.

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