Brillia for Adults: How to Start & What to Expect When Taking Brillia

Brillia for Adults: How to Start & What to Expect When Taking Brillia

 When it comes to prescription drugs used to treat ADHD and anxiety, the side effects can be extensive: loss of appetite, sleep problems, mood changes, weight gain, nausea, and even sexual side effects. Is there a way around this? 
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Brillia for Adults

We know that taking a new medication can be scary and you’ll likely have a lot of questions at the start. How long will it take to work? Will there be any side effects? And so on. 

An estimated 30 to 50 percent of the population suffers from pharmacophobia, a fear of taking medication.1 And most of this fear has to do with the side effects of taking certain drugs. This fear is valid. 

When it comes to prescription drugs used to treat ADHD and anxiety2, the side effects can be extensive: loss of appetite, sleep problems, mood changes, weight gain, nausea, and even sexual side effects.3 Is there a way around this?  

How Brillia Differs from Other Medications

If you’ve been considering trying Brillia to reduce symptoms of anxiety or ADHD, you may be relieved to know that there are no harmful side effects to worry about. As a non-prescription homeopathic medication that requires no official diagnosis from a doctor, Brillia is so safe it has been cleared for use in users as young as five years old as well as adults. Brillia is not habit-forming, it does not cause drowsiness, lethargy, or depression, and it does not mask the personality in any way. Even more, Brillia does not affect the appetite, so there is no weight gain or weight loss associated with the product. There is also no “coming off” of Brillia should you decide to stop or take a break. Brillia does not alter blood chemistry, and has no contraindications with any other supplements or medications, so you can add it to your regimen without worry. 

Unlike pharmaceutical drugs, Brillia does not contain any harsh, synthetic chemicals; its ingredient consists of a unique antibody ingredient that targets the S100B protein. This protein plays a crucial role in many different intracellular and extracellular brain processes, including various enzyme activities, calcium homeostasis, and communication between neurons. It also affects our moods. Without impacting any other systems in the body, Brillia reduces symptoms like anxiety, restlessness, irritability, and inattention, while increasing focus and clarity in users as long as they take the medication as advised

Read on to find out how Brillia might help you, what to expect in the first three months, and the long-term benefits of the Brillia approach.

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Signs You Should Take Brillia  

Brillia is designed to reduce symptoms of ADD, ADHD, OCD, ODD, PTSD, autism, or just anxiety. Signs you may benefit from the medication include:

  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Frequent mood swings
  • Panic attacks
  • Forgetfulness
  • Inability to complete tasks
  • Excessive talking and interrupting
  • Restlessness
  • Reckless, risky, or antisocial behavior
  • Frequent mistakes at work
  • Racing thoughts
  • Short temper
  • Emotional outbursts
  • Difficulty changing plans 

If you are currently taking medication, Brillia can be safely added to your regimen without worry because there are no contraindications. This is especially useful for those taking ADHD medication, which often has anxiety as a side effect. Brillia can help reduce this anxiety and serve as a suitable alternative to increasing the dosage of your current medications. 

Many users choose to switch over to Brillia completely, though we always recommend talking to your doctor first before stopping any medication. If you are cleared to stop taking your current medication, it is recommended that you start taking Brillia as soon as possible in conjunction with your prescription medications to allow the active ingredient to build up in the system first (for at least 3-4 weeks).  

Brillia for Adults How To Begin

 

How to Choose Your Dosage Level 

Every person experiences anxiety or ADHD differently and you know your symptoms best. The recommended dosage is based on the severity of your symptoms as you would rate them: mild, moderate, or severe. If you are not sure, we recommend choosing the moderate dosage. 

Brillia dosage for adults:

  • Mild: 1 pill three times a day
  • Moderate: 2 pills three times a day
  • Severe: 3 doses: 3 pills in the morning (1st dose), 2 pills (2nd dose), 3 pills (last dose) 

Studies have shown the highest efficacy with the regimen of 3-months on and 1-month off. Symptoms should not return during the fourth month, because for many users, Brillia sufficiently builds up in the system to show consistent results during the fourth month without having to take more tablets. And then you can start another three months on. However, this is not the case for some, so we recommend that if you take the fourth month off, please evaluate how you feel to decide if it’s a good choice for you. Some users are afraid to stop during the fourth month, worried that the symptoms will come back. And for some the symptoms do return, in which case skipping the fourth month is not recommended and you should continue taking Brillia monthly. There is no harm in continuing on without stopping if that is what works best for you. There are also no side effects to taking or stopping Brillia.

Months 1-3 on Brillia 

As a product that is free from harsh chemicals, Brillia works gently and gradually and only if you are consistent with your dosage. Though it takes about 3-4 weeks to build in the system, we always recommend giving the product a full three months to evaluate your progress. Brillia is a gentle and cumulative product so it needs to be taken consistently. It has to build up in the system and then the body needs a steady trickle of it to the system to sustain results. Some notice a difference after the first 2-3 weeks of starting Brillia and for others it can take longer. It's also important to use the correct dose. So if you are not seeing the results you are expecting we do encourage you to be open to trying a different dose. In addition to being consistent, we ask that you be patient and give it the full three months to see results.  

This is why we suggest starting with Brillia’s 3-month program. The 3-month program offers the steepest discounts, free shipping, and has the highest success rate with Brillia users. Best of all, it comes with a money-back guarantee for first-time users. (*Some restrictions apply.) 

Along with being consistent with your dosage, we also ask users to follow the healthy lifestyle habits outlined in our 5 Pillar methodology. This includes following a healthy diet, getting adequate sleep, controlling screen time, and practicing mindfulness and relaxation techniques. All of these habits have been proven to reduce symptoms associated with ADHD and anxiety and maximize Brillia’s success.  

Long-term Benefits on Brillia

The philosophy behind Brillia’s holistic approach is that as the product builds in the system and users employ the 5 Pillars to regulate their moods and behavior, they will eventually be able to rely on these coping skills to control symptoms. Brillia can be used for as long as it is providing the support needed without dulling the personality. In fact, Brillia addresses the source of the symptoms to allow the user’s personality and potential to shine through. And once Brillia is stopped, it completely leaves the system without any “coming off” side effects. Brillia does not leave any footprint in the system. Meanwhile, there is a significant reduction in symptoms, which is bound to have a positive influence on all aspects of your life, from how you perform at work to how you relate to others.  

In addition to feeling more balanced, more focused, and more in control of your symptoms, you can rest assured that you won’t be overloading your body with chemicals and toxins or setting yourself up for withdrawal effects should you ever decide to come off the medication.

Find out more about how Brillia works and learn more about managing ADHD and anxiety at the Brilli(ance) Resource Center.

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References: 1https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7270631, 2https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2877616, 3https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2719451
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