THE FOCUS EFFECT ON QUALITY OF LIFE
Young or old, male or female, FOCUS is statistically proven to enhance general wellness and quality of life. Over the course of a three-month span, 121 screening participants underwent routine screenings on the effects FOCUS has on a number of quality of life indicators, including mental stamina, physiological health, and mind-based markers like concentration, comprehension, and memory.
To monitor participants’ progress we utilized their responses and scores to Medical Symptom/Toxicity Questionnaires (MSQ). The MSQ is a clinical standard questionnaire used to identify and assess a variety of quality of life factors. Comparing screening results to an initial quality of life baseline score of 59.8 (out of 100 points), after three months of daily use of FOCUS, screening participants’ quality of life scores improved by 63% to an average MSQ score of 37.8. *A descending MSQ point score is evidence of a quality of life improvement.
The Effects Of FOCUS Broad Spectrum Hemp Extract On MSQ
FOCUS is able to improve the quality of life of its users, regardless of gender over a three-month span.
Subject Base & Administration Methods
Enrolled Subjects: 121 (62 female 59 male)
Completed Observations: 121
Upon a chart review, we looked at 121 patients who were instructed to use FOCUS. We looked at the Medical Symptom Questionnaire (MSQ) at baseline, then provided them with a follow up MSQ at months one, two, and three. Patients were instructed to use 1mL of FOCUS once per day in the morning. The reason we chose to use the MSQ is because it is the most reliable quality of life scoring system. This questionnaire is used by integrative care centers, such as The Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine, to help identify symptoms across a broad range of categories so that it is easily tracked. Perceived symptoms are divided into specific categories such as digestion, head, pain, heart, mind, emotions, and others.
There are statistically significant differences between the use of FOCUS starting at time zero to month one, month two, and month three, all with p value of 0.000. Multivariate tests were used for cross comparison for statistical significance. When analyzing gender differences, there is no statistical significance (p value of 0.493), therefore gender has no influence on the change of MSQ scores over the three-month collection time. The initial starting MSQ score is a mean of 59.8. This is improved by 20.4 points after one month, which translates to an improvement of 34%. After two months, the mean MSQ difference is a decrease of 30.1, which translates to an improvement of 50%. After three months, the mean MSQ difference decreased to 37.8, which is an improvement of 63.2%.
Using FOCUS can provide a significant level of improvement in quality of life for at least three months when used consistently at 1 mL per day. This is encouraging data since we find statistical differences in each month of improvement, regardless of gender. The value in knowing the quality of life data is that these results provide us with a solidified explanation of how much FOCUS can improve quality of life over three months with daily use.
An overall improvement in quality of life (63.2%) is a remarkable difference even when compared to traditional wellness protocols like lifestyle modifications, mindfulness, and other mental exercises. This provides those who use FOCUS with fantastic opportunities to help improve their quality of life in as short as a three-month span.