Facilitated By

San Antonio Medical Foundation

The Effects of A Nootropic Supplement On Markers of Stress, Mood, Resiliency, and Marksmanship in Active Duty Soldiers

Brooke Army Medical Center

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Geneva Foundation
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The main purpose of this study is to determine if a commercially available nootropic might improve marksmanship performance (accuracy and target acquisition time). Additionally, changes in hair cortisol levels, mood as indicated by POMs results and resiliency as indicated by DRS-15 results will be measured. The use of the dietary supplement, Alpha Brain, in this research is not intended for therapeutic purposes

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Behavioral Health
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