Does NeuroSonic Really Work?


Does NeuroSonic work?NeuroSonic is a beverage that claims you can be more alert and focused just by drinking it. This would come in handy if you have a big project coming up at work, need to cram for a big test, or simply just don’t want to write off a day because you feel groggy after lunch. But how well does it actually work when you use it?

Overview
We’d all love to be more focused, whether to be able to concentrate on our work or studying more effectively and get more done. But the choices seem rather limited, and most energy drinks out there rely heavily on caffeine, taurine, and other stimulants to get the heart pumping which makes you feel like you have more energy. True energy comes from eating wholesome foods that are nutrient dense. The calories in this food give you energy you can convert into action, without any adverse side effects or controversy.

The Claim
The big claim made by DrinkNeuro, the makers of NeuroSonic, is that you’ll be more alert than you normally are when not drinking it, and that there is enhanced mental performance in every bottle. They say that the combination of caffeine with L-Theanine means that you’re amplifying the effects of each, and you end up with all of the benefits from the caffeine, with few of the side effects typically associated with caffeine intake.

The Hype
Anytime a consumer product promises to enhance mental function, you have to take it with a grain of salt. It’s not likely that you’ll turn into the next Einstein by drinking a beverage infused with caffeine, but it might help you keep your eyes open at work so you don’t get the afternoon snoozies. The thing about drinks and supplements like these is that they try to make it seem like you’ll somehow unlock your true potential, or tap mental resources you never knew you had. Whether this is intentional or not is irrelevant, it’s still the message that is coming through.

The Cost
A case of NeuroSonic can be purchased at Amazon for $30, and that gets you 12 bottles. Users have complained about the price, saying that it’s a little much to pay $2.5 for a bottle, but if you size this up against cans of Red Bull or Monster it’s not too bad, and actually less expensive in some instances. If you buy them singly in stores you can expect to pay more, perhaps along the lines of $3 or more.

The Commitment
You don’t have to drink this every day to get the benefits or feel the effects, which is nice. You’re only required to drink a drink, which is easy enough for most people. Also, since you’re in control of how often you have it, you can make sure that you don’t take it too often so that you don’t get used to it.

Evaluation
The feedback coming in on NeuroSonic has been mostly positive, enough so that you can confidently try it and not have to worry if there will be an effect or not. Of course there are some that don’t like the taste, or say that they weren’t blown away by the amount of focus they experienced, but for the most part if you look at the overall picture it’s clear that this delivers on many of its promises.

The Neuro line of drinks is not confined to just brain enhancement, they also have drinks that are designed to help you lose weight, like with NeuroTrim, and others to help you relax and play sports at a higher level. Across the board they seem be producing quality products, and not just products with flashy packaging.

Final NeuroSonic Review

The results speak for themselves and NeuroSonic is getting our Thumbs Up rating. It’s won over fans left and right, including those that need it for business and productivity, and those that need it to stay up for cramming sessions at college. Whatever the reason for using it, the consensus is that it does what it says it will do, and since it’s not a daily supplement you shouldn’t have to worry too much about your body becoming dependent on it, or using it so much that you get used to it and have to increase your intake to get the same feelings.

Our Recommendation
Compared to some of the other energy drinks that claim to keep you going and allow you to accomplish more in your day, Neuro Sonic is not the worst choice you can make. It’s important to understand that this is not a healthy drink by any means, and will only serve to dehydrate your body, increase your heart rate, and provide other physiologic effects. But at the end of the day there’s no substitute for healthy living, healthy eating, and giving your body foods and beverages that provide real energy and keep you focused and alert.

What do you think? Does NeuroSonic work or not?


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Mason B April 4, 2013 at 1:50 am

After a night of heavy drinking, a strong coffee just isn’t enough. Monster and Red Bull give you instant buzz, but it only lasts for maybe an hour or less. I’m gonna try it, but I’ll continue using it only if it lasts longer than the regular energy drinks, because otherwise it’s just an expensive replacement.

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Josh B. July 26, 2013 at 11:58 pm

I’ve tried many of their drinks before and I can’t say that it really did much to improve my overall mental awareness or help much with losing weight. They do have caffeine in some of their drinks but it’s really not going to give much more energy than an energy but is a better choice than an energy drink though. Some taste good while others like the NeuroTrim taste a bit strange though. If you’re looking for another sports drink than these are not too bad. But don’t expect amazing results though.

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Kaila Braley August 5, 2013 at 2:44 pm

I don’t really feel comfortable drinking things that are advertized to make things happen in my brain. Like, I know that I drink coffee and tea, which both have caffeine in them, but at least it’s naturally occurring so I know the amount isn’t astronomical. I feel like people rely on energy drinks too much, and to be honest, they creep me out a little bit. I’ve seen these in the grocery store, and there are a bunch of different types, that are supposed to do different things for you. If they were supposed to give you energy or allow you to focus because of vitamins or something, I’d be interested. But I don’t like the idea of just mindlessly pumping my body with caffeine.

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