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Neuro Bliss Correlated With Psychological Stress

On the way to the train station this afternoon, I passed by this street advertisement for a drink called Neuro Bliss.  Neuro Bliss is manufactured and marketed by NeuroDrinks, a company with an entire line of liquid products that promise, rather vaguely, to promote health.

Neuro Bliss is promised to reduce stress, but not one of the claims NeuroDrinks makes about the ingredients in Neuro Bliss is supported by the FDA.  There is no independent scientific study that correlates drinking Neuro Bliss with reduced stress.


Actually, there is evidence that drinking Neuro Bliss will be associated with stress, not bliss.  A single serving of Neuro Bliss costs $2.50, even when the drink is bought in bulk packs of twelve.  Even if a person drinks just one Neuro Bliss per day, the habit will create a $912.50 debt every year.  Financial loss has been correlated with psychological stress.

Will NeuroDrinks release a Neuro Skeptic beverage, designed to promote critical thinking? I doubt it. That would be bad for business.

Count Neuro Bliss as Neuro snake oil.

2 thoughts on “Neuro Bliss Correlated With Psychological Stress”

  1. Andy Jones Caraballo says:

    I love it, I dont need weed any more this does the trick!!!

  2. Simon says:

    While I agree with the idea that the lack of much scientific backing means marketing claims should be taken with a large grain of salt, it also doesn’t necessarily make the product useless. In this case, I feel like the product delivers on its claims.

    The thing is, energy drinks and similar are very “American”, consumerist things. You can get many of the same active ingredients at your health food store. The drink is just a more enjoyable, and easier, delivery method. That’s how they get away with charging a lot of money. I wouldn’t pay full price for Neuro, as much as I like the product line.

    I drank two today and it gave me a boost that I needed on my anxiety to start to overcome my OCD. I wouldn’t say this is a treatment plan, but it does produce a noticeable relaxation. It feels like Ativan (lorezapam) but more forced upon me. It’s not perfect, but one or two might really benefit some people.

    I also like Sonic. Again, as before, coffee is a much more efficient and economical caffeine source compared to energy drinks. However, I enjoy one every now and then. I didn’t expect much from it, but I’ve had them several times and they produce a noticeably smoother energy boost compared to most other brands.

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