I was front seat passenger in a train/car accident and ended up with many injuries including a traumatic brain injury. I feel i've recovered the most I possibly can and I know I may recover more but not as significantly as much as I have the first 3 to five years after. It has been 5 years since but i'm still fairly behind of how I was before my accident. I seen a tv commercial today about a brain enhancer that helps an individual very much with memory, focus, alertness and much more but it helps in different ways for everyone and i'm wondering if I should try it. I'm 21 years old with attention deficit disorder, chronic insomnia, low thyroid, and partially blind and severe arthritis as far as different medications I have been prescribed and the question is whether I should try this brain enhancing vitamin supplement. The name of it is Procera AVH. Please let me know if you have any idea of what I should do. my email is little_ezzy***@****. Please email me.
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