In a military study, L-tyrosine was given to soldiers in training each day for 5 days during a physically and psychologically demanding military combat training course; it improved cognitive function relative to placebo.
If it’s good enough to the military it’s good enough for me. Sustained military operations mean work shifts exceeding 12 hours. These 12 hour work shifts mean lack of sleep and all round fatique. Stress, anxiety, bad moods, and decreasing performance.
If it can help with the all these things at such a high level of operation then I know it can help with working my normal job, studying, gym training and my personal stress, mood and anxiety
Experimental data in the literature suggest that tyrosine, may be useful in counteracting any stress-related performance decrement and mood
The types of performance degradation expected in military sustained operations and the potential physiological role tyrosine might play in improving mood and performance are discussed.
Notably, tyrosine supplementation has been
performance on stress-sensitive attention tasks and attentional focus in the presence of acute exposure to cold.
L-tyrosine Benefits for the Everyday Person
- L-Tyrosine is Required for the production of the neurotransmitters dopamine, adrenaline, and noradrenaline, as well as for the skin pigment, melanin
- L-Tyrosine is especially critical for the normal function of the thyroid gland.*
- Dopamine help support a positive mood and mental alertness.
- Improve cognitive deficits and some behavioral deficits associated with stressful conditions.
What do People say about using L-tyrosine
“Did feel more energy and better mood” – Farly99
“Top 5 nootropic I have ever used. I took 500 mg and had motivation and energy for hours ” HarlowFunk
Disclaimer 1000mg is a high dosage. Start with 100-200mg
“Helps stabalize my moods so much. Really great product and a great price.” – Snr. Lowlo
“energy & no sugar cravings! Win Win!” BradBig
” I’ve been able to reduce my use of caffeine, adderall and nicotine by like half or more. ” Knucklehands