28 Aug 2019

Could Your Symptoms Be Brain Fog?

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Brain Fog

Many people suffer from brain fog or mental fogginess. They may feel confused, fatigued, inattentive or can’t remember what someone just said. This lack of cognitive function can seriously affect one’s day to day routines, making it tough to make decisions, keep track of schedules and follow through on tasks.

Often brain fog is a stress response. As people add more stress to their lives, the brain tends to overload and slow down. To compare, imagine running at full speed for 2 minutes. The more you run, the more your body tires out and you start to lag, eventually having to stop from too much exertion. The brain can react in the same way, slowing down and eventually shutting off when overloaded.

So how do we eliminate brain fog?

The best solution is to reduce stress levels. One can do this on their own, either by reducing the events that bring stress or by taking time to relax and unwind. Meditation is also a good solution for improving mental clarity. Consider this though: Why are some people able to handle the same mental workload without the fatigue? It has to do with optimizing brain function. For some, their brain just functions better. Neurofeedback is a computer based technology that can help the brain regulate better and work more efficiently. Over multiple sessions, neurofeedback can realign and reorganize the brain to function at a higher level. This allows you to process data and handle tasks more effectively. In short, it can help create a better “you”.


If you live near Tampa or Orlando and are having some of the problems listed above, come in for a non-invasive brain scan. This revolutionary tool can identify most problems in the brain in less than 30 minutes.

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