How to See the Best Results with Brillia for Adults: Dosage Recommendations & Supporting Behaviors

How to See the Best Results with Brillia for Adults: Dosage Recommendations & Supporting Behaviors

"You will never build up a tolerance to Brillia and you can start or stop at any time, or change your dose, without having to worry about adverse side effects."
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Whether you’ve just started Brillia for Adults, or you’re starting soon, there are a number of steps you can take to maximize results, even before you’ve taken your first dose. 

We’ll walk you through everything you need to know to get the most out of your Brillia journey, including dosage recommendations and supporting behaviors outlined in our holistic approach. Keep reading to shine brighter with less anxiety, more clarity, and enhanced focus.

An Overview: What is Brillia & What Does it Help? 

Brillia is a non-prescription homeopathic medication that helps to reduce stress, anxiety, impulsivity, and irritability, while improving focus and mental clarity. It can be effective across a range of diagnoses, including anxiety disorders or ADHD, or no diagnoses at all.

Free from harsh, synthetic chemicals and harmful side effects, the medication consists of antibodies to the brain-specific S100B protein, a key regulator in many different intracellular and extracellular brain processes and a well-known marker of glial function. Glial function simply refers to communication between neurons, or brain cells. When the S100B protein becomes overactive, symptoms of ADHD and anxiety emerge.

In fact, studies show that neuroinflammation in ADHD can significantly alter glial cell activity and variations of S100B are also associated with a range of neuropsychiatric diseases.1 In regulating the S100B protein, Brillia reduces symptoms of ADHD and anxiety while normalizing the level of monoamines (dopamine, norepinephrine, serotonin) in different parts of the brain. These are the same neurotransmitters targeted by prescription ADHD and anxiety medicine, although Brillia restores this balance in brain chemicals gently and impactfully without affecting any other systems in the body, causing drowsiness, impacting the appetite, masking the personality, or worsening anxiety.

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How to Accurately & Effectively Take Brillia 

Brillia is not a time-release capsule. To see results, you will need to be consistent with your dosage to deliver a steady trickle of the active ingredient into your body. If you are inconsistent with the medication, the active ingredient will not build up in the system or work as effectively. The medication should be spread out over the day in three doses for that steady trickle to take effect. It generally takes three to four weeks to start to see results, although we recommend waiting a full three months before deciding if the medication is right for you.

As important as taking the medication consistently is finding the correct dose for your specific needs. This may take some experimentation.

Brillia Dosage Recommendations 

There are three dosage options for adults: mild, moderate, or severe. The recommended dosage is based on the severity of your symptoms as you would rate them, but if you’re not sure, we suggest starting with the moderate dose.

How to take Brillia for Adults (dosage):

  • 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) 

A mild dose may be suitable for someone who experiences symptoms of anxiety or ADHD occasionally. They may feel that their symptoms are mostly manageable and not out of control, but they can still use some support.

A moderate dose (the most common) is for the person who feels that their symptoms are interfering with their work and/or relationships. They know they need some support because their symptoms show up frequently and with more intensity. This dose is also ideal for those who did not see their desired results with the mild dose.

A severe dose is for the person who feels their symptoms are unmanageable and inescapable. There have been real consequences at work and/or home and they know something needs to change. This dose may also be suitable for someone who did not see the results they wanted to see with the other doses.

It’s important to remember that no two people experience their symptoms in the same way, and no two people will react to medication in the same exact way. If one dosage doesn’t work for you, there’s no harm in experimenting with another. 

Find out more about how to find your correct dosage.

When Should You Increase Your Dosage?

If you’ve been taking a dose for at least four weeks and you’re not seeing the results you desire, it’s time to try a higher dose. Unlike most prescription medications for anxiety and ADHD, once you find your correct dose, you will not need to increase it over time to continue seeing results. You will never build up a tolerance to Brillia and you can start or stop at any time, or change your dose, without having to worry about adverse side effects.

And remember, consistency is key. If you’re not seeing the results you desire with your dose, remember to wait four weeks and take the tablets consistently (and spread out over the day) before assessing results. Brillia’s Customer Care Team is always available to help guide you through this process and help you get the best results.

Find out more about how to know when it’s time to switch your dose.

Supporting Behaviors 

Brillia is part of a holistic approach called the 5 Pillars, which combines neuroscience with behavioral science for long-term success. The medication works best when combined with healthy, science-backed lifestyle factors that have been proven to reduce anxiety and ADHD symptoms naturally. These include following a healthy diet, getting adequate sleep, controlling your screen time, and practicing mindfulness. You can start making these changes right away before even taking your first dose to establish a foundation for a balanced mind and body. 

When you start taking Brillia, you can feel supported in pursuing these behaviors so that they become habitual over time. As they become second nature, you will eventually need less and less of a medicine, although you can continue to take Brillia as long as you need additional support.

How Old Do You Need to Be to Take Brillia?

Brillia for Adults is for adults aged 18 and up. Brillia also has a children and teens formulation for kids aged five to 18. Although the active ingredient in the children’s version is the same as the adult version, the adult version has a much stronger formulation. It’s important for children and teens to use the children’s version to allow for more incremental dosing changes if needed.

How to Know if Brillia is Right for You 

Signs that you may benefit from Brillia include:

  • Short temper
  • Inability to concentrate
  • Forgetfulness
  • Frequent mood swings
  • General feeling of restlessness
  • Irritability
  • Racing thoughts
  • Inability to complete tasks
  • Panic attacks

You may also benefit from Brillia if you’re already taking prescription medication for anxiety or ADHD. For instance, some users take Brillia in addition to ADHD medication to control the secondary symptom of anxiety, which is commonly associated with stimulant medication. You might also want to try Brillia if you’re thinking of increasing the dosage of your current medication, which can increase the risk of experiencing side effects. Some users stay on their current dosage of prescription medication and simply add Brillia to their regimen. 

Find out more about adding Brillia to your routine if you’re on prescription medication.

If you’re still not sure about trying Brillia or want some peace of mind before you begin, consider trying our three-month supply, which offers the steepest discounts, free shipping, and has the highest success rate with Brillia users. It will also give you enough time to know if Brillia is right for you. Even more, it comes with a money-back guarantee (*Some restrictions apply.) for first-time users. 

Have questions? Contact Customer Care at info@discoverbrillia.com for more information and visit the Brillia(nce) Resource Center for more tips and recommendations on managing anxiety and ADHD.

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References: 1https://www.mdpi.com/2072-6643/15/3/712
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