Methyl-sensitive people tend to have higher catecholamines (stress neurotransmitters ie. sympathetic types) and higher histamine than those who are not methyl sensitive.
Optimal Focus† is way more comprehensive than just choline. There isn't that much choline actually in Optimal Focus†. It's more about all the ingredients working together.
Optimal Focus supports acetylcholine which is a calming type of neurotransmitter. It's a major parasympathetic neurotransmitter.†
Those who have difficulty focusing may have high histamine or high catecholamines. These types of individuals may do very well with Optimal Focus as it supports a calm, healthy type of focus.†
There are some more stimulating types of focus supplements. Supporting dopamine levels would be an example of a more stimulating type of focus supplement. Some individuals really need additional dopamine support as it may tend to be low for various reasons.
Optimal Focus† is not a stimulating type of focus supplement.
Stimulating types of focus supplements are not recommended for methyl-sensitive people.
In short, Optimal Focus is recommended for those who tend toward methyl sensitivity.†
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† These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.