Frequently asked questions about NeuroVance Syrup
What is NeuroVance Syrup?
NeuroVance syrup is an all-in-one product consisting of a unique blend of natural ingredients that will optimise your child’s concentration, brain function and focus.
What is the dosage for NeuroVance Syrup?
- Children between 8 and 12 years: Take 5ml twice a day with meals. (during breakfast and lunchtime).
- Children over 12 years: Take 7,5 ml – 10 ml twice a day with meals. (during breakfast and lunchtime).
- Adults: Take 10 ml twice a day with meals. (during breakfast and lunchtime).
- Children under 8 years: Use not recommended in children younger than 8 years.
How can NeuroVance syrup assist my child?
NeuroVance syrup can assist with:
- Healthy brain function
- Concentration, ADD, ADHD & learning difficulties
- Behavioural challenges
- Improving calmness
- Mood swings
What are the side effects of NeuroVance syrup?
The individual ingredients contained within NeuroVance syrup are generally considered to have a low side effect profile. Mild gastro-intestinal irritation may occur. Side effects can be minimised by taking NeuroVance syrup with meals. Contact your doctor if you experience any other symptoms.
Can NeuroVance syrup be taken in combination with prescription medication such as anti-depressants, tranquillisers, mood stabilisers and sleeping tablets?
Yes, NeuroVance syrup may be used in combination with all the above products, except with antidepressant medication that belongs to the class of monoamineoxidase inhibitors [MAOIs]. These are tranylcypromine and moclobemide.
Where can I purchase NeuroVance syrup?
How can NeuroVance syrup help my child?
Considering the high demand placed on children today, NeuroVance syrup can help your child to stay focused by increasing brain function and concentration capacity. NeuroVance syrup works fast and is safe for daily use by everyone in the family over the age of 8. Read more about NeuroVance syrup
Can I continue to use NeuroVance syrup in the long term?
NeuroVance syrup may be beneficial on an on-going basis as a daily supplement for the whole family, including children over the age of 8. Read more on who can benefit from NeuroVance syrup
My 12 year old son is on Ritalin/Concerta for his attention deficit disorder (ADD), but he is still struggling to concentrate. Can he take NeuroVance syrup in conjunction with Ritalin/Concerta, and if so, how can he benefit from NeuroVance syrup?
NeuroVance syrup can generally be taken in combination with Ritalin or Concerta by children over the age of 8 years. We recommend that you discuss this with your doctor. Read more about NeuroVance syrup drug interactions
I don’t stay in South Africa. Can I still get NeuroVance syrup?
- Namibia – At any pharmacy. No prescription is required.
- International – email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for international purchasing information.
Will my medical aid pay for NeuroVance syrup?
NeuroVance syrup has a NAPPI code, which means that most medical aids will pay for it provided that you have a medical aid savings option with available savings. Find out where to get NeuroVance syrup
Can my child benefit from NeuroVance syrup during exam times?
Yes, NeuroVance syrup is an all-in-one product consisting of a unique blend of natural ingredients that will optimise your child’s concentration, brain function and focus. NeuroVance syrup is sugar free, contains no stimulants and can be used daily by all learners or students over the age of 8. Read more about NeuroVance syrup
Is NeuroVance syrup habit forming?
NeuroVance syrup is not addictive. Read more about what NeuroVance syrup contains
Can NeuroVance syrup cause sleeplessness?
NeuroVance syrup should not cause sleeplessness as it contains no stimulants. It is however recommended that NeuroVance not be taken after 5 pm if insomnia poses a problem. Read more about NeuroVance syrup special precautions
Will NeuroVance syrup make my child drowsy?
NeuroVance syrup is unlikely to make your child drowsy as it does not suppress the central nervous system.
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