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The researchers found no consistent changes in thinking and memory linked to changes in hormone levels from month to month. “In most women, the menstrual cycle does not influence cognitive performance in a negative way,” Leeners said. Dr. Ami Baxi is a psychiatrist and director of adult inpatient services at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. No Such Thing as Menstrual Memory Fog WEDNESDAY, July 5, 2017 Contrary to what some have been led to believe, a woman’s monthly menstrual cycle doesn’t seem to dampen her thinking skills, no matter what time of the month it is. No Such Thing as Menstrual Memory Fog.

Changes in hormones don’t seem to affect the female brain, small study finds Please note: This article was published more than one year ago. The facts and conclusions presented may have since changed and may no longer be accurate. And “More information” links may no longer work.

The researchers found no consistent changes in thinking and memory linked to changes in hormone levels from month to month. “In most women, the menstrual cycle does not influence cognitive performance in a negative way,” Leeners said. Dr. Ami Baxi is a psychiatrist and director of adult inpatient services at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City.

No Such Thing as Menstrual Memory Fog Contrary to what some have been led to believe, a woman’s monthly menstrual cycle doesn’t seem to dampen her thinking skills, no matter what time of. The researchers found no consistent changes in thinking and memory linked to changes in hormone levels from month to month. “In most women, the menstrual cycle does not influence cognitive performance in a negative way,” Leeners said. Dr. Ami Baxi is a psychiatrist and director of adult inpatient services at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. The researchers found no consistent changes in thinking and memory linked to changes in hormone levels from month to month. “In most women, the menstrual cycle does not influence cognitive performance in a negative way,” Leeners said.

Dr. Ami Baxi is a psychiatrist and director of adult inpatient services at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. The researchers found no consistent changes in thinking and memory linked to changes in hormone levels from month to month. “In most women, the menstrual cycle does not influence cognitive performance in a negative way,” Leeners said.

Dr. Ami Baxi is a psychiatrist and director of adult inpatient services at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. The researchers found no consistent changes in thinking and memory linked to changes in hormone levels from month to month. “In most women, the menstrual cycle.

Many women will complain about their monthly cramps, the food cravings, and the memory lapses during their menstrual cycle. But, when it comes to the brain, fluctuating hormone levels are not behind the bouts of sluggishness or forgetfulness.

List of related literature:

A quick Google search of “period brain” turned up a number of articles and blog posts that assert that women are often confused, mentally “foggy,” and unable to think clearly during the menses.

“Routledge International Handbook of Women's Sexual and Reproductive Health” by Jane M. Ussher, Joan C. Chrisler, Janette Perz
from Routledge International Handbook of Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health
by Jane M. Ussher, Joan C. Chrisler, Janette Perz
Taylor & Francis, 2019

Furthermore, there is no clear association between endogenous estrogen levels and cognition prior to, during, or after menopause (Herlitz et al., 2007), despite the fact that women experiencing menopause often have memory complaints.

“Handbook of Clinical Neuropsychology” by Jennifer M. Gurd, Udo Kischka, John C. Marshall
from Handbook of Clinical Neuropsychology
by Jennifer M. Gurd, Udo Kischka, John C. Marshall
Oxford University Press, 2010

(I wrote this book while fighting menopausal depression, brain fog – a polite expression for temporary dementia – and other symptoms caused by hormonal fluctuations.

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from Nine Pints: A Journey Through the Mysterious, Miraculous World of Blood
by Rose George
Granta Publications, 2018

Memory symptoms at this time are not about the level of estrogen in your saliva or blood, so if you keep checking those levels, understand that memory problems are due to the changing levels of estrogen that cause memory symptoms at this time.

“Heal Your Mind” by Mona Lisa Schulz, M.D./Ph.D., Louise Hay
from Heal Your Mind
by Mona Lisa Schulz, M.D./Ph.D., Louise Hay
Hay House, 2016

The idea has been passed down through the centuries since Hippocrates that the menstrual hemorrhage represents the body’s natural mechanism of ridding itself of toxic substances responsible for women’s periodic ailments.

“Is Menstruation Obsolete?” by Elsimar M. Coutinho, Sheldon J. Segal
from Is Menstruation Obsolete?
by Elsimar M. Coutinho, Sheldon J. Segal
Oxford University Press, 1999

For example, serotonergic activity decreases in some women with PMS during the luteal phase.

“Primary Care Medicine: Office Evaluation and Management of the Adult Patient” by Allan H. Goroll, Albert G. Mulley
from Primary Care Medicine: Office Evaluation and Management of the Adult Patient
by Allan H. Goroll, Albert G. Mulley
Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2009

Poor concentration is sometimes listed as a symptom of PMS; however, the majority of the research suggests that there are no significant cognitive deficits associated with the menstrual cycle (see, for example, Epting and Overman, 1998; Gordon and Lee, 1993).

“Encyclopedia of Mental Health” by Howard S. Friedman
from Encyclopedia of Mental Health
by Howard S. Friedman
Elsevier Science, 2015

The brain fog, memory loss, mood swings, sleepless nights, vaginal dryness, low sex drive, palpitations, and anxiety common in menopause are simply signs of hormonal imbalances (estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone).

“The UltraMind Solution: Fix Your Broken Brain by Healing Your Body First” by Mark Hyman
from The UltraMind Solution: Fix Your Broken Brain by Healing Your Body First
by Mark Hyman
Scribner, 2008

When women talked about memory changes, they typically said these problems were worse, “before my period” or “during my flow.”

“Screaming to be Heard: Hormonal Connections Women Suspect... and Doctors Still Ignore” by D. Lee D. Vliet
from Screaming to be Heard: Hormonal Connections Women Suspect… and Doctors Still Ignore
by D. Lee D. Vliet
M. Evans, 2005

One of the most elegant demonstrations of how memory distorts the facts to fit the self-concept involved a study of women’s menstrual periods (Ross, 1989).

“Social Psychology and Human Nature, Comprehensive Edition” by Roy F. Baumeister, Brad J. Bushman
from Social Psychology and Human Nature, Comprehensive Edition
by Roy F. Baumeister, Brad J. Bushman
Cengage Learning, 2010

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  • Brain fogs feels like your far away. Like your there and you can’t reach it. Can’t reach the word or make sense of something that you normally know. Its a lighter version of being in the sunken place(get out movie)

  • i feel like i’m kind of detached like i’m in a dream and i cannot think or process what i see/hear. i used to be a straight-a student but now i’m failing all my classes

  • I don’t do starches, dairy, processed foods or drinks, medicines, sugar or artificial sugars. Do lots of raw vegetables, and homemade apple cider vinegars, organic herbal dressings, teas and tonics. Feel pretty good at age 75. Need more b12 and more exercise though!

  • This guys shooting in the dark like most people who talk about brain fog. The main reason for brain fog is long term use of certain medications. I hear a lot of experts say inflammation but its the other way round. Inflammation worsens with brain fog its not the cause. So what happens in the brain to result in fog dopamine dysfunction. Not very low dopamine but dysfunction. That means the reward system which dopamine stimulates is not functioning properly because dopamine is not being stimulated itself. So what stimulates dopamine, its neurosteroids. Certain drugs inhibit neurosteroids indefinitely even after stopping these drugs.

  • 1:09 Im literally going through that blurry stuff right now! Yooooo what, this is wild. Then again, I gave up weed, pmo, caffeine, smoking, deleted multiple social media apps and other quick dopamine fixes.

  • I feel confused,
    I feel like im not the one whos controlling myself, like im just watching myself doing something.
    I always cant find the words i want to explain myself

  • Until watching this video, I never knew I seem to have developed Brain Fog. On certain days, I can’t think through things, which even a child could. It’s as if I’m dumb blanked, has it happened with anybody else. Could this be due to my lifestyle? A help would definitely be appreciated (please)

  • I feel like it affects my vision as well I look at everything in around and everything is blurry almost like I can’t get out of my head space or something. I think it’s depth of vision like when you stare through your finger and can see through it but i can only see my finger and I can’t see everything in detail.

  • But I was soooo happy with my pizza and my beer and a damn panic attack happened and now because of some goofy ass intruder called stress I can’t eat this shit no more��

  • About how long does it take to relearn? My brain fog has gone away thanks to your advice, however, I still have short term memory loss.

  • Cut all gluten and sugar HFCS), use paleo diet or only eat safe raw food. For brain synopsis and stucture recovery 1 teaspoon of cinnamon (most powerful nootropic compared to anything else) a day half first think AM and end of day before bed other half in warm drink. Done permanent recovery inside 4 weeks to 3 months. It took me almost 5 decades of personal research to get to the recovery level reached today, damage was not just caused by diet but a combo of toxin from dental and vaccines to lead paints and toys etc. Everyones body differs but this could also help you if you have nothing more to lose.

  • Do you work with people Toby? Im in the UK, currently not working, so no routine and am very isolated, everything is compounding everything else and I feel totally overwhelmed, very poor sleep and there’s so much conflicting information and advice out there. Where I live there’s no public transport, no shop, no community and without the right support I feel totally stuck and very foggy….warm wishes, Jackie

  • Your mind can not be still,
    You react intensely for small matters
    You feel high as drunk
    You can no retain info
    You cannot come up with simple words that has been used for entire life.

  • Guys go on reddit and type in brain fog forum, it’s a whole community of people with this issue that are trying to get rid of their dizziness and brain fog. I’ve had brain fog since I was 15 years old (23 now), and I finally did some deep research in this and it could be a lot of things that are causing this. It could be your gut health that is causing it, it could be your posture isn’t good at you need to see a chiropractor regularly until it’s fixed etc. just go to the forum and you will read posts from people who fully cured their brain fog! Much love to you all

  • Words come out wrong sometimes too? Do you feel like you have a neurological problem? I do, and anxiety makes it worse, anybody feel like that?

  • This happens to me every other day but sometimes in fine sometimes my brain Is foggy and sometimes maybe heavy when I want to write a song I would say I need to learn more words I forgot some words I learn that I want to write it here or say but there are days that I know alot of words and I am talkative
    There are times when I have a brain fog I don’t speak I feel dumb and don’t know what words should I say its hard to process
    I need to get rid of this �� its like living but not actually living I feel like a robot not functioning in some days

  • THIS IS TRUE. I FELT SOMETHING IS WORNG WITH MY BRAIN. I WAS SO SCARED.

    I Felt as if I am experiencing some kind of high from some drugs. But obviously that was not even near to true.

    I don’t feel like myself as if I am me, but I am also not me. It’s weird to explain. I got my blood tests done and it showed that I have problems/imbalance with my thyroid. The docs says it’s happening because of it. She prescribed a med. haven’t started to have it yet. I am currently typing this with the feeling of being aware that I still have a foggy brain/mind. Will update once I get better from the meds.

  • what really helped me!?.. I first have to honestly and whole-heared thank Someone on YT i unfortunately do not remember who for giving me the exercise hint.

    1. Exeecise in the morning before breakfest.

    Other ‘Creations’ that helped a lot:

    2. Learning and Structering Knowledge. ( in my case im a curious person who loves to learn and i rediscocered this love after decades of unaware adhd problems)

    a side note: i also do consume knowlwdge and imputs conciously and minimalistically. less is more. its astonishing how this helps. Try to be selective what you read watch talk etc… believe me i had decades of Music TV Net SocMed Overstimulation in my teen years. its kinda fun but the new perception is also gold. no brain fog no problems with adhd despite not taking meds anymore. ( this just my experiemce, no advice, i share this because it might help someome). Vera F. Birkenbihl wrote a good book on learning its called sth like from brainowner to brainuser. it inspires to gain knowledge and fun with. imagine one would train for millionaires:)

    3. Writing down every day a few times what i do and writing down in the evening what i am planing for tomorrow ( i am surprised how much this helps and gives a feel of organisation and different perception of time)

    Be strong and rock on \m/

  • Why would you wanna go easy on your mental RAM? By straining your mental RAM you can actually make it grow right? Feel like setting a reminder somewhere is spoiling myself.

  • I have this brain fog about and year now and I feel as if I’m being slaved suffering everyday I wish I could feel better for even once my whole life feels crashing ��

  • Masturbation is not the cause of brain fog, but it does worsen it. Why, because theres a dopamine drop after orgasm and also because estrogen rises after orgasm in those that have brain fog.

  • https://youtu.be/zUKBBcZ26BQ I hope this helps to understand at what stage most people are with brain fog.. I deal it too 3 weeks now.

  • I can totally relate that it actually hurts. Experiencing brain fog during critical times of your career can be really stressful. I know that I have significant thoughts to share, however, I cannot verbalize it well. I wish I could eventually get rid of this.

  • For me this stemmed from pretty (covert at first) then severe abuse. Now its EVERY second of every day with a mixture of dissociation. NOTHING brings me out of it. Major brain disconnect.

  • Eat high fat diet ( by fat i mean animal fat, your brain is made out from 60 70 % of cholesterol). Tried for myself I would me much grounded, calmer and able to take stress in everyday life much better. That s all.

  • The second more than 1 person starts talking, my brain just goes (///?????////). Same when I’m asked to recall any information I’ve gained in the past. It’s a vacuum. There’s nothing there.

  • Do you ever just look in the mirror between your morning pee and your bowl of coco pops, gripping the sink intensely and say, ‘My name’s Jennnifer’ repeatedly until you lose concentration and are consumed by the fog?

  • I’m on my own journey to fixing my fog and have found a lot of helpful advice, resources and overall a great community on the brainfog subreddit that I recommend everyone who struggles themselves to check out. It has allowed me to kickoff a, what I hope to be, more effective recovery for myself.

  • I exactly feels this way and I’m undergoing anxiety because of this very issue all the time, it’s like unending circle.. ��

    She comprehended really well which is the exact thing I wanted to achieve..

    My thoughts are always rushy, I am thinking too many things at the same time. My daily job become difficult because of this. It’s hard for me to give interviews and switch jobs because of this. It’s real struggle.

    If someone has any idea to treat this, kindly let me know. Thanks.

  • I can hardly watch a movie these days. It’s not that I don’t understand the meaning of the words, I just can’t stay focus and I have to try really hard to structure the words and it takes longer time to process it. Sometimes I can’t follow the speed when people talk, I’ll just nod my head and pretend I understand the conversation because I felt embarrassed to show people I’m lost.
    I work in a company with hundreds of staffs, its really hard for me to recall names. I get so stressed just trying to recall someone’s name but always ended up saying “oh hey..” rather than calling someone’s name.
    I used to be good in memorising lyrics when I was younger. But now I can’t even understand what the singer sings about after listening because my brain can’t process the lyrics like I used to.
    I keep questioning myself everyday. Why I’m so slow in thinking? Do I have learning difficulties? But I’m completely normal sometimes. I just to be very creative and sharing a lot of interesting ideas but now I feel like my brain is shutting down. I have speech difficulty. Can’t speak out my mind, words.
    Even just reading a simple instruction, eg to cook something, assemble something. I have to stay focus to read every single words but my brain still can’t process it:(
    The list can goes on and on..

  • I encountered brain fog a couple months ago after I noticed I was eating too many carbs. My brain fog got so bad to the point where I would hit myself because I thought I wasn’t living real life. I knew what someone would say before they said it I couldn’t have a normal conversation with anyone because I knew everything they were going to say. So I started video taping myself every day and my progress and about day 8 everything was normal again.

  • Looking through the comments instead of listening to him �� my sub conscious always tries to distract me without even realising it

  • Brain fog is a big problem for me! but I think you can get better at it. Also, my memory course will also give you great strategies to improve memory and remember more. Get it ihere http://www.blackbeltmemory.com

  • Wow. You’re so extremely blessed…simply having brain fog would be a gift and dream come true for myself….

    Someone who struggles with clinical depression and anxiety can’t remember their name practically…

    Seems very unfair…

  • That’s a killer background dude. Things that trigger brainfog for me are:

    1. Pollution
    2. Flour, rice, quinoa, beans, chips
    3. pesticides
    4. Coffee

    Stuff that helps:
    Salad, spirulina, watermelon, milk, cheese, coconuts, sex, sleep, fish, chicken, exercise, gardening

  • I got told I have sleep apnea that’s why I was so tired n had brain fog but then even when I went through treatment n it still didn’t go away I never meant anyone who had it as bad as me or exhausted anyone else??

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  • Brain fog sucks, when i say suck it does really sucks. So i always stay up for 20 hours each day ( from 6 am to 2 pm ) I always do that, everyday, and suddenly someday i felt something strange in my thinking and my speaking, when i try to speak, i always put my words on the wrong order, also i keep stuttering when i’m speaking, i need to wait for some moments to think if my sentences make sense or not, i keep speaking on the wrong way, what i mean is like when you want to talk about something what’s on your mind, the words that came out from your mouth is not the same as what’s on your mind, it only affects on my English language, i’m an Indonesian native speaker and it only affect on english language ( Second language i learnt ) also now it’s starting to affect on my Indonesian language, maybe because i kept speaking english rather than Indonesia, i though by speaking english could fix my english back, maybe because of that i’m getting worse on my main language, also i remember before i had this disease, i was exercising in cold temperature ( In a room with AC on ) and i was exercising in a room like that, so maybe because of i keep praticing in cold temperature, i have brain fog now, i do not know though, i will check to the doctor today, also there’s another sympton i have which makes me cannot speak naturally, i mean is now i have to focus on the words that i’m speaking, ussualy when you speak you doesn’t have to focus on your words or to make sentences, you could make sentences correctly and quickly, but now i’m starting to lose my abilities to do that, good thing though i could write properly rather than speaking, it’s like speaking is harder for me to think of the right sentences to talk, it’s like i already knew what i am talking about, but the same time i have to focus on what i am talking about, very annoying. It’s also hard for me to understand some words in subtitles, maybe when i’m watching movie, it’s hard for me to understand the words, even if it uses my native language for the subtitles, still hard. Anyways i’m going to check to the doctor, thanks for reading all of this useless crap that you probably don’t want to read, wish me luck and pls pray so i will not get diagnosed with brain fog, also i’m only 14, so please pray for me, ok thank you and cya ��

  • Hey!!! Do have any preference for my illness… I’m sick at it…. I’ve been in brain chronic for about 2yrs every 24 7… I feel like my brain dying… I don’t know what’s happening inside my brain…. Doctors can’t even diagnosed it whenever I speak to them… I have spoken to some doctors they only says that I have any stress……. I don’t feel myself usual like I was before it happened to me…… Help me if you could……..

    Thank You

  • I just discovered what brain fog is by searching up the symptoms I’m getting on a daily basis and it’s so hard to focus on what I’m hearing/reading or even what I’m looking at, sometimes I forget how to spell simple words and my thoughts are all over the place. This is ruining my life

  • Good news! My brain fog healed
    after 3 months of rigorous regime. The biggest reason for my brain fog was my leaky
    gut. I want to give some information for those who are interested. My focus was
    on getting rid of toxins and free radicals out of my brain and body, and
    restore my gut health. I have made many changes to my lifestyle and have kept a
    comprehensive dairy of how I felt, what I ate etc. so that I can refer back to
    it to see which foods cause poblems for me and how certain things (such as
    exercise) affect my mood, energy and brain fog. The biggest obstacle that we
    face in our health journey is time. Everyone’s body is different and the time
    that it will take to clean itself will also be different. My biggest advice is
    to continue to push forward with your diet, exercise, sleep, and positive
    mental state no matter what. Do not let your brain fool you to give up,
    continue regardless of whether you feel motivated or not. People who get real
    results are those who can push forward regardless of how they feel at the
    moment. Drink plenty of water and eat a lot of veggies to help your body get
    rid of the nasty stuff faster. I have been consuming half a tablespoon of
    turmeric with a pinch of black pepper, a teapoon of omega-3, multivitamin and a
    lot of coconut oil on a daily basis. I have also been drinking one glass of
    kefir and eating around an ounce of sauerkraut per day to cultivate a helthy
    gut flora. I cut out gluten, all the junk food and to a large extent diary. I
    have also cut out many foods that are not allowed for those with psoriasis
    (such as tomatoes, potatoes etc.). I have cut pretty much all the sugar except
    fruits and black chocolate (20 grams per day). I have been drinking american
    saffron tea, it has helped immensely to get rid of free radicals in my brain
    and body.

     

    Do not forget that brain fog may be caused by various
    reasons. Make a lot of research and write down every suggestion that you hear
    and see on a notebook. Keep trying those suggestions until you get your first
    results, and believe me, it is very likely that you will get them if you are
    willing to make some changes to your lifestyle. The fact that you get any
    results is a sign that you are on the right track and that you should continue
    to do whatever you are doing. Do not expect miracles on the first weeks or even
    months of the regime, although they do happen occasionally. Please make sure
    that you stick to your diet, regular sleeping times, exercise and cleansing
    (drinking lots of water and eating lots of veggies and fruits) no matter what. You
    should also be optimistic about the regime and that it will work. Try new stuff
    in addition to those five fundamental things that I just mentioned if you do
    not notice any results in the first month. Do not forget that initially your
    condition will get worse, and this may last for a number of months depending on
    your body. You will experience some relief at times, and sometimes you may feel
    amazing, but in many cases your brain fog will return again and again. It is
    critical to not give up on those moments. Your body works in cycles, and after
    a cycle of cleaning you will feel good. As soon as a new cycle begins, you will
    see your symptoms get worse.

     

    The last point that I want to make is that you should
    always be easy on yourself and flexible. Do not feel bad and give up if you
    occasionally stray from your regime, it happens to pretty much every human
    being on the planet who tries to achieve something big. Start with small steps,
    and do not try to apply all the changes in one go, because it will suffocate
    you and you will soon give up. Our bodies are very resistant to change,
    especially if it comes in a short period of time.

     

    Please do not hesitate to ask me any questions that
    you have. I hope that this advice changes your perspective on the issue of
    brain fog. If someone like me could get rid of it, there is no reason why you
    should not be able to get rid of it too. Cheers.

  • I never heard of this until I had a stroke. Now I battle this daily. I never had it, now it’s a struggle everyday. I’m 41 years old and act like I’m over 80…

  • I’m almost positive that I suffer from having brain fog now because most of the symptoms are exactly what I feel. It’s been happening for years now and the only way I could explain it to people is that it feels blurry and foggy in the front of my brain. The only symptom that she didn’t explain that I have is the lack of motivation and excitement. I used to be super bubbly and got excited for every little thing, now it feels like I’m excited for things but there’s a thick layer of fog blocking my perception. I feel like I’m just missing out on all the little things, and I am becoming a worse person because of it. I don’t have the motivation to be super kind and caring like I used to be. I don’t know just if anyone feels this way, I kinda just wanna feel like I am not the only one going through this. Does anyone just have any tips?

  • I had brain fog at school I’ll be looking at a poem and my vision goes blurry and letters come together and and certain words pop out more than others but I don’t read or understand what the word is I find that it happens more often in places that I’m not enjoying and would rather be doing something else

  • Is there a correlation between eating grains (gluten) and brain fog? I briefly was informed about a study which was conducted on individuals who have Celiac disease and to cut the story short results showed that cutting out gluten improved cognitive function. I just want your opinion on this as you know with any study there are limitations. TIA ��

  • Really appreciate the message in your video… discover.. identify.. what works for you! Listen to your body and respond appropriately. We are all each capable of “healing” ourselves. Thank you. Sleep well, eat to live, engage your mind in active thought and critical thinking, and likewise your body.. move it. Sleep movement nutrition and reconditioning the brain.

  • Aspartame for whatever reason gives me horrible brain fog and depression for days after consuming it. I didn’t realize I actually consume as much MSG as I actually do because I’m seeing it’s in salad dressings, canned foods etc etc not just Chinese food�� I went undiagnosed with celiac disease for over 30 years and had severe brain fog especially as a child. I didn’t know brain fog had a name to it lol.

  • I THOUGHT my type 1 diabetes was making me cloudy headed but my numbers have been pretty good the last few months and my brain fog hasn’t gotten better. I cry all the time I feel like I can’t think ������

  • lack of sleep is a huge problem for me. REcently in the past year ive developed an inability to have long sleep. Id wake up after 4 hrs…go to bathroom, try to sleep again…and sometimes i fall asleep, but other times id be up for another 1hr or 2 before i sleep again. By then its around 6 am, light is pouring in, and Im trying to sleep again. I get maybe 2hrs more before im up. So on average im getting like 5.5hrs of sleep, 7 on my best days…and i require 8 hrs to be fully alert. Its soo bad. Ive tried exercise, diets, and it doesnt work…i have a chaotic mind that seems to get more active the moment i put my head on the pillow. Its not like im stress, its like im just anxious cause I wasted the whole day, and got nothing really productive done. Its like a cycle i cant break

  • You gave me hope!! I didn’t know what the heck was going on with me.. went in the doctors for help.. came out with a ton of antidepressants.. I was very discouraged.. this isn’t easy to deal with all day.. thanks.. so much!!!

  • “schedule your day”
    That’s true, I have so many things on my e calendar I can’t even look clearly on it ������
    Have to learn to be productive the right way ����

  • Utilizing this memory loss treatment solution “shocking cuno press” (Google it) is enjoyable enough. They`re really challenging and I hope using these ideas help improve my memory and concentration. I am thankful to think that this process allures my family as well. For this reason, I find my memory functions faster..

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  • I have had the worst brain fog for 4 years, in top of that I have vestibular migraines and acute rhinitis and tinitus. I also have IBS. I cannot eat a thing without getting serious brain fog, whereby I cannot even remember something 10s after reading. I cannot eat dairy, gluten, sugar, spicy stuff, onions, sage, fruit etc… Its a fucking nightmare, it’s destroyed my life. I work in IT and cannot remember half the stuff I have learned. I have no job.. Thing is, I’m fittish and a confident person when not ha ing Brain fog. One of the worst triggers for me are vitamins, if I take a Vit b tablet, my brain really suffers… My life is hell. If it was not for my beautiful partner, I would have fucking off’ed myself by now. My brain feels like its shrunk and on fire all the time… Ugh.

  • I think I might have brain fog, but I always thought it was a blob of trapped emotion, maybe from trauma. When it is really intense my inner dialogue will try and run some kind of inner narrative about what it may mean using song lyrics or just memories of stuff different people said all glued together to make some kind of reason pattern, it can be quite scary ��

  • WOW, no wonder I have a problem with brain fog. I am trying to control my weight so i drink tons of diet soda and use lots of artificial sweeteners. Now I’m going to switch to water!

  • One thing that has helped me is lemon juice. Adding some lemon juice to your water really helps your brain get more oxygen and can eliminate your brain fog. I buy an organic bottle of pure lemon juice and add some to my water throughout the day. And everything this guy says is golden. I would just add some lemon juice to your water as number 6! For nutrition, if you really want to get your mental health back, go plant-based. (Vegan) If you’re eating toxic foods that damages your gut, it will make getting rid of brain fog a lot more difficult. Avoid processed refined sugars as well.

  • Nuts and other natural fruits also enhances functions of brain, but this proper meditation can do really very well for any health problem:
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  • My 7 yo son has this problem and it’s driving us all crazy. He has trouble with concentration, understanding, attention, memory making everyday life soo difficult.. ��

  • I had really bad brain fog till I discovered I have celiac disease. This autoimmune disease causes brain fog when I eat gluten. I’ve avoided it for 2 years and the brain fog went away in a few weeks. Now I’m suffering from brain fog again and I’m sure it’s due to mold in the environment. Thanks for the video. I also claim to work hard to have a good memory and this fog makes me feel so dumb. The struggle is real. I literally just drove in a circle for 25 min and then couldn’t get the pump at the gas station to work for 3 minutes till I realized I didn’t pay yet.

  • I also have issues with brain fog. I’m a teacher so while I have students, my brain fog can effect them, and I can’t let that happen. For me the three biggest factors to combat brain fog are diet, sleep and posture.

    Some people tell me they need the caffeine to function. If you need it, it is time to ditch it. I do drink coffee, but not every day. And I’m drinking it because I LIKE it, not because I need it. Same with the greasy, fatty foods. You talk about this a lot in your videos too. Eat a healthy diet does not mean getting rid of all those tasty foods, just limit them. I had a really good burger a couple days ago, and I did not have brain fog after. Why? Because I don’t eat greasy foods every day, and I didn’t eat too much of it. I eat healthy foods most of the time.

    Sleep is so important. If I get a good nights sleep, I am so much more alert. Yes 8 hours is important, but what is more important is the QUALITY of the sleep. If I’m “sleeping” for 8 hours, but I don’t get that good REM sleep, it does not matter that I got 8 hours. It was not quality sleep, so I’m foggy in the morning. Exercising both my brain and my body helps with this. Getting out and chasing the dog around, training her, mucking out the chicken coop, all these things help with that body part, while I can get things done that need to be done, and lead to better sleep. And like you have mentioned, reading. Or if you are a YouTube watcher like me, then watch videos that fill your brain with knowledge instead of garbage.

    The last is posture. If I catch myself slouching a bunch, I also notice that I’m not getting much done. Sit up, or better, stand up, fix the posture, and I can function so much better.

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