Brain fog causes us to forget and become easily distracted, even depressed at time.
There is Little Cause To Be Alarm About,
It Is Not A Disorder; It Is A Symptom
Usually, experiencing brain fog is more annoying than alarming. Many of us experience it. It is becoming more and more common. Even children experience brain fog. But, it is very bothersome. And, it is a symptom of something bigger.
Brain Fog was just one of the things that plagued Barbara Lockwood. At age 54 Barbara found herself looking at the unpleasant reality of life in a wheel chair.
I took prescription drugs, natural products and spent thousands of dollars on clinical detoxes, self awareness courses and psychologists and even went to the “spiritual healers” in my desperation… Each move “helped” a bit but only since I did the 4 week recommended heavy metal detox has my mind cleared – like a weight had been lifted from it. It seems that “heavy metals” are aptly named!
Brain fog causes forgetfulness, slow verbal responses, detachment, discouragement and even depression. It affects thousands, and ranges from simply not thinking as quickly at some times as others, to sever incoherence.
There is a strong connection between brain fog and heavy metal poisoning.
Sometimes, simply detoxing from heavy metals will solve the brain fog problem.
Other times it takes a combination of removing toxic foods, drinking plenty of clean, filtered water, rest, and deep breathing to improve oxygen levels, will solve the problem of brain fog.
But, more often, the cause of brain fog needs to be addressed first, ---and that means addressing heavy metal poisoning.
Dehydration is the most common cause of a foggy brain. Drinking more water is a simple solution, but is often not that easy. With all the treatment our water goes through to make it clean, it leaves the water we drink in long chain molecules that are hard for our bodies to break down small enough to actually hydrate us.
Dehydration is a much bigger problem than most people realize.
The Mayo Clinic reports: As you age, you become more susceptible to dehydration for several reasons:
What's more, older adults, especially people in nursing homes or living alone, tend to eat less and sometimes may forget to eat or drink altogether.
Dehydration is also compounded
by chronic illnesses such as diabetes, dementia, and by the use of
Brain fog causes personal embarrassment, depression and loss of ambition.
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