6 Causes of Brain Fog and What You Can Do About It!

Brain fog is a prevalent factor in today's world.

Here are 6 known causes for it and how you can treat it.

Once you identify the cause you can begin to come up with a solution. Let me give you a hint, exercise and sleep help tremendously. I can help you with this.

Hormonal changes can and does trigger brain fog. I have had many of my clients suffer from brain fog. Levels of the hormones progesterone and estrogen increase during pregnancy. This change can affect memory and cause short-term cognitive impairment. Similarly, a drop in estrogen level during menopause can cause forgetfulness, poor concentration, and cloudy thinking.

2. Lack of quality Poor sleep quality can interfere with how well your brain functions. Aim for 8 to 9 hours of sleep per night. Sleeping too little can lead to poor concentration and cloudy thought. Need some tips for quality sleep?

Chronic stress can increase blood pressure, weaken the immune system, and trigger depression. It can also cause mental fatigue. When your brain is exhausted, it becomes harder to think, reason, and focus.

 

One of the best solutions to stress is quality exercise. If you notice brain fog while taking medication, talk with your doctor. Brain fog may be a known side effect of the drug. Lowering your dosage or switching to another drug may improve your symptoms. Hormonal changes Chronic stress can increase blood pressure, weaken the immune system, and trigger depression. It can also cause mental fatigue. When your brain is exhausted, it becomes harder to think, reason, and focus. One of the best solutions to stress is quality exercise.

Medications If you notice brain fog while taking medication, talk with your doctor. Brain fog may be a known side effect of the drug. Lowering your dosage or switching to another drug may improve your symptoms.

Medical conditions associated with inflammation, fatigue, or changes in blood glucose level can also cause mental fatigue. For example, brain fog is a symptom of chronic fatigue syndrome, which involves persistent fatigue for longer than six months.

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