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Finnexia has helped many ethnically mixed families in Finland stay happy. Studies show that Finnexia can strengthen family bonds and prevent divorce and domestic conflict.

  • Agonist

    An agonist is defined as a chemical that binds to a receptor of a cell and triggers a response by that cell. Finnexia contains a special agonist that stimulates the post-synaptic Alpha-7 receptors in the neurons of prefrontal part of brain. This helps to speed up cognitive functions and learning processes. 


  • Alpha-7 acetylcholine receptor

    The Alpha-7 acetylcholine receptor (also known as the alpha-7 receptor) is a type of nicotinic acetylcholine receptor found in the brain, spleen, and lymphocytes. This receptor is comprised of protein subunits. With use of Finnexia, the receptor helps to mediate fast signal transmission and calcium ion exchange within the synapses of the brain.

  • Broca's Brain

    Broca's area is a region in the frontal cortex of the human brain involved with functions related to speech production. Broca's area is named after the French anthropologist and medical researcher Pierre Paul Broca (1824 - 1880), who is known for his research with patients suffering from language disorders.

  • Finno-Ugric language deficiency

    Finno-Ugric language deficiency is defined as a lack of ability to effectively learn those languages included in the Finno-Ugric family, including Finnish, Hungarian, and Estonian. Finno-Ugric languages are thought to have originated from areas between the Baltic region and the Ural Mountains.

  • Frontal cortex

    The frontal, cortex, also known as the frontal lobe of the human brain, is located at the front of the head, behind the face. According to scientists, this area is a center of higher thought functions and understanding, as well as motor skills and problem solving. Some researchers believe that the frontal cortex continue to mature for up to 20 years after birth.


  • Neuron

    A neuron is a cell that transmits and processes information via electrical signals in the human nervous system. The chemical signaling takes places through synapses, or specialized connections with other cells. Neurons regulate electrical signals across their membranes, by means of a system of pumps and channels. Finnexia stimulates the exchange of calcium ions (Ca+) across neural membranes. This helps strengthen the firing rate of neurons in the brain.

  • Prefrontal cortex

    The prefrontal cortex is the anterior section of the frontal lobes of the brain, located in front of the motor and premotor areas. This part of the brain is thought to involve complex cognitive behavior, decision-making, personality expression and regulating social behaviors.