Phosphatidylserine (PS) may help to address the following conditions:
aging
Phosphatidyl serine (PS) has been reported to reverse about twelve years of age-related mental decline. Regular supplementation reduces the production of excess cortisol. Cortisol excess kills brain cells and markedly accelerates other markers of aging.
Alzheimer's disease
Phosphatidylserine (PS) has improved cognitive function in those with Alzheimer's according to several studies, particularly when used in the disease's earlier stages. Tested doses have been in the range of 300-500 mg.
brain fog
Phosphatidyl serine (PS) has been reported to reverse about twelve years of age-related mental decline. Regular supplementation reduces the production of excess cortisol. Cortisol excess kills brain cells and markedly accelerates other markers of aging.
developmental disorders
Phosphatidylserine (PS) is crucial to brain function and maintenance in general. Our brain produces PS on its own, but as we age, PS production wanes and brain function suffers. Supplementation can ensure that we get the PS we need, thereby improving learning ability and brain function in general.
memory problems
Phosphatidylserine (PS) deficiency is associated with mental problems including Alzheimer's dementia. PS supplementation can treat these problems and can stimulate brain activity, neurogenesis, and the creation of new connections between neurons. PS may be able to reverse more than a decade of mental deterioration.
depression
PS is helpful for depression, and appears particularly useful in treating Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD (a form of depression that occurs with inadequate exposure to sunlight).
immune disorders
Phosphatidylserine can reduce the body's production of cortisol, an excess of which can seriously weaken the immune system.
cardiovascular disease
Phosphatidylyserine (PS) helps moderate the body's production of cortisol, a stress hormone associated with the development of cardiovascular disease.
muscle conditions
PS helps neutralize cortisol, which is raised to undesirable levels by intense exercise, and can break down muscle tissue.
nervous system disorders
Phosphatidylserine can reportedly reverse about twelve years of age-related mental decline in about twelve weeks, in doses of 300 mg daily. In one study, PS improved scores on learning and memory by about 15% in normally aging adults. PS also helps those with more serious mental and neurological problems.
Parkinson's disease
Phosphatidylserine (PS) administered in daily doses of 300-500 mg can improve mental performance in those suffering from Parkinson's.
seasonal affective disorder
PS has proved helpful for those with seasonal affective disorder (SAD) when taken in doses of 300-500 mg daily.
 

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