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What Is Brain Fog?

Do you know that feeling when you just can’t seem to think or figure out what to do next? Or you can’t remember a name, a phone number, or an address?

These are all symptoms of brain fog that can plague everyone occasionally. But what happens when these symptoms become more frequent or start to occur daily? Let’s look at what brain fog is, its symptoms, causes, and how to treat it.

What Is Brain Fog?

Brain fog is the inability to think clearly or remember things that you would normally easily recall. Although there is no published definition of brain fog, people describe it as not being able to think clearly and access information that would normally be easy for them to recall. It’s a feeling of mental fog clouding a person’s ability to think and function, making people feel detached, discouraged, and sometimes even depressed. Brain fog is not yet acknowledged as a clinical diagnosis because it’s more of a subjective feeling rather than something easily tested for.


Symptoms of Brain Fog

Although symptoms of brain fog can vary from person to person, they may include the following:

·         A feeling or sensation of cloudiness in the brain

·         Trouble concentrating

·         Forgetfulness

·         Trouble deciding what to do next

·         Trouble following directions

·         Trouble expressing your thoughts in words

What Causes Brain Fog

There are many causes of brain fog. The following is a list of the most common causes:

·         Lyme Disease

·         Stressful lifestyles

·         Neurological Disorders

·         Heavy metal toxicity

·         Lack of quality sleep

·         Hormonal changes

·         Inflammation

·         Dehydration

·         Kidney problems

·         Bowel toxicity / Gut Dysbiosis

·         Adrenal Fatigue

·         Candida overgrowth

·         Thyroid imbalances

·         Epstein Barr Virus

·         Poor nutrition including ingestion of sugar and processed foods

·         Misalignment of the spine

·         Mold, pesticides, and environmental toxins

·         Food additives such as msg, aspartame, and others

·         Poor blood circulation throughout the body

·         Low oxygen levels

·         Fungal infections

·         Leaky gut syndrome

·         Food allergies

·         Bacterial infections

·         Viral infections

·         Parasites

·         Gastrointestinal Disorders


 Treatment for chronic illness can be complex due to the way it affects the body. Over time many other problems may occur such as a compromised immune system, persistent and worsening brain fog, viral infections, nutritional deficiencies, chronic fatigue and pain, neurological diseases, and other symptoms. Because of this a whole wellness approach to treatment is necessary to eradicate the disease and regain a person’s health and well-being.

World Renowned Treatment for Brain Fog

New Life Regenerative Medicine in Cartersville, GA is considered one of the top clinics in the nation. People come from all over the nation to be treated various conditions and we have many patients fly in from around the world for treatment. Dr’s. Sean and Jennifer Lotterer are considered world-renowned wellness experts with over 15 years of experience in treating the body. We have even developed a uniquely effective program for helping stubborn, chronic illnesses, while also simultaneously strengthening and rebuilding the patient’s immune system and overall health.

At New Life, the treatment protocol includes the administration of ozone therapy near me in combination with other modalities: chiropractic and physical are offered to patients with a lot of pain as one of their symptoms; Ultra violet light IV Therapy is very beneficial for boosting the patient’s immune system; Glutathione supplementation is used for detoxification, repair of injured nerves, and improvement of symptoms of brain fog.

Get Help for Brain Fog

There is help for those suffering from brain fog and those suffering from the ravages of chronic illness.

For more information call us at our Cartersville clinic at 

(678) 721-0096 or inquire online today.

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