26 Jun Brain fog- link to video
What is brain fog? Brain fog is a vague disorder, characterized by difficulty in thinking, remembering and concentrating. Why do you get brain fog? -Brain fog may be associated with COVID-19. -The syndrome has been reported after auto-immune diseases such as lupus. -Lack of brain stimulation may cause brain fog. A year’s worth of mind stifling quarantine has caused an epidemic of brain fog. -There’s some evidence that, in some people, gluten sensitivity may contribute to brain fog. How can you make brain fog better? -Exercise increases blood flow to the brain and is a good first step to fight brain fog. -Because our brains were built for that human touch, being with your old buddy will go a long way to clearing your brain fog. -Luteolin (found in foods like Radicchio, sweet peppers, hot peppers, celery, and pumpkins) may be effective in reducing brain fog.