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I Need to Focus in School Review
I Need to Focus in School Review

PUBLISHED: 09/14/2012 by breditor
Editor's Review: 3.2/5.0
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I need to Focus in School is promoted to boost attention and focus of children and to assist with symptoms of ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) and ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). Solomon & Samson also promotes the formula as improving sleep quality, enhance brain and eye focus and reduce bed-wetting incidents.

Solomon & Samson is a company founded by a specialist in education and a mental health certified professional. The company’s first manufactured product is I Need to Focus in School. Since then, the company’s product range has expanded to include two more products, with one formula developed for teens (I Need to Focus on my studies) and one for adult use (I Need to Focus on my Work).

The manufacturer does not mention the age at which administrating the supplement is permitted. I Need to Focus in School is formulated for children suffering from ADD/ADHD, behavior difficulties, sleep difficulties, bedwetting, daytime tiredness and difficulties focusing at school. Additionally, this is a drug-free formula and is said to produce results in roughly one week.

I Need to Focus in School Ingredients

I need to Focus in School includes the following ingredients: Vitamin A (as beta carotene), Vitamin C, Calcium, Iron, Vitamin D3, Vitamin E, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Magnesium, Chromium, Quercetin, Astaxanthin, Choline Bitartrate, Inositol, Omega-3 Fatty Acids (ALA), Omega-6 Fatty Acids(LA), Omega-9 Fatty Acids (OA), Xylitol, Calcium ascorbate, Calcium citrate, Calcium glycerophosphate, Magnesium citrate, Citric acid, Pyridoxine HCI, Cholecalciferol, Himalayan salt, Chromium picolinate, Methylcobalamin, and natural flavor.

Product Features

I Need to Focus in School is a mixture of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and Omegas 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids.

Omega-3, Omega-6 and Omega-9 are essential fatty acids with great impact on proper brain function. Recently, they have been studied to determine their role in ADHD/ADD prevention and symptom alleviation. In theory, there seems to be a connection between these fatty acids and ADD/ADHD, since fatty acids are a big part of the brain (DHA, an Omega-3 fatty acid, actually represents 50% of the brain). Hence, the lack of fatty acids (result of a poor diet) may lead to psychiatric and brain nutrients imbalances. However, these are only assumptions at this point, waiting to be scientifically proven.

Recent research on Vitamin B6 and B12 has shown that steady intakes may potentially improve cognition as well as lower the likelihood of depression. Also, the two vitamins are essential for the functioning of the entire nervous system, blood cells formation and energy synthesis. Actually, B12 has been shown to particularly help with symptoms of ADHD through its involvement in the production and maintenance of myelin (the protective coating of nerve cells), essential fatty acid metabolism and energy production. Vitamin B6 is needed to maintain normal levels of magnesium, a mineral that is often deficient in ADHD patients.

I need to Focus in School is body weight customized. The daily recommended dose is 2 teaspoons of powder every 60 lbs (27 kg). The product has received good reviews, although their number is limited.

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Advantages

  • The formula comes with a body weight customized daily dosage
  • The liquid form ensures fast absorption and effectiveness
  • Results are visible in as little as 1 week
  • A free 6-pack sampler is available under certain conditions
  • The supplement is naturally sweetened and flavored

Disadvantages

  • There is a limited number of consumer reviews
  • The formula may cause some discomfort, therefore the manufacturer recommends starting with a smaller dosage to allow the stomach to adjust
  • The manufacturer does not mention the age of children above which the formula is safe for administration

Conclusion

I need to Focus in School is a formula designed to assist with ADD and ADHD symptoms, as well as to boost attention and focus in healthy patients. The formula is especially formulated for children and is a blend of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and essential Omega-3, Omega-6 and Omega-9 fatty acids.

Recent research has revealed potential links and benefits of these ingredients on ADHD and on ADD, however some are still in their early stage. ADD and ADHD are serious conditions and should not be self diagnosed or treated. We highly recommend you see a specialist prior to using the formula.

Consumer reviews are not numerous, but those which do exist confirm the effectiveness of the product.

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10 User Reviews about I Need to Focus in School
  1. 1

    My 6yr old, 43 pound son was diagnosed with ADHD. He is not on any Rx drugs. We give him Children’s Calm multi, Omega Swirl and probiotics. It helps, but still cannot focus and has hyperactivity. I recently purchased I need to focus in school for him. Should I discontinue any or all of his other vitamins & supplements while taking I need to focus in school? Just not sure how much is too much…
    Thanks,
    Rebecca Heckman

  2. 2

    I haven’t given I need to Focus to my son yet, it came in the mail yesterday. I wanted to know if I should continue giving him his regular vitamins with it. I take fish oil, complex b and multivitamins. Thanks for your help.

  3. 4

    This vitamin does work well for my 9 year old son, however he gags from the taste I have tried different juices he will drink it but I wish I could make it easier for him! Any ideas? I wondered if putting it in capsules would work?

    • 5

      Hello Missy,

      As we’ve mentioned before, it’s difficult finding a way to mask the taste, as some children simply cannot handle it. Capsules might work, but they might also decrease the efficiency of the product. You can try combining the supplement with fruit smoothies or sweetened tea.

      Regards,
      BR Editor

  4. 6

    How do I hide the smell? My 6 yr old smells it and starts to gag. I have tried to add it to ice cream, chocolate milk, juices. I want to help my child on her focus in school but cannot get it into her.

    • 7

      Hello Cheri,

      Unfortunately, there is no sure proof way to mask the smell. Some people had success with combining it with strong scents (cinnamon, nutmeg), so that might be a solution for you.

      Regards,
      BR Editor

  5. 8

    Will this product help my 17 year old.He is about 130 pounds.He has had add forever and nothing helped.

    • 9

      Hi Paula,

      Some people may benefit from a certain treatment, while others won’t. Not every person is the same. However, our recommendation is to take a look over our top ADD/ADHD products. Many consumers have found them to be quite effective.

      Regards,
      BR Editor

    • 10

      Hi Paula,

      “I Need To Focus In School” is different because of its highly concentrated nutrient content and rapid performance. You’ll know pretty fast (within a week or two) if it’s working for you. I would say it’s worth a try.