Recent Examples of brain fog from the Web
Dizziness, nausea, chronic fatigue, fainting, brain fog, and pain are just a few of the possible symptoms.
The newest research in medical marijuana is microdosing, using a low dose of THC (somewhere between 2.5 and 5 milligrams) to reap the plant’s medicinal superpowers without any of the buzz or brain fog.
The pain, exhaustion, and brain fog grew so intense that taking my daughter to the playground was out of the question
Around one in five people with lupus suffer from some sort of brain fog, which happens when lupus antibodies cross the blood-brain barrier and interfere with the brain's memory center.
After a year of fighting brain fog, blurry vision, fatigue, joint pain, anxiety and insomnia, Hadid saw an internist.
The pain, exhaustion, and brain fog grew so intense that taking my daughter to the playground was out of the question; even venturing down the block to the grocery store would leave me bedridden for hours.
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medical Definition of brain fog
- This brain fog can be a result of being overly stressed, tired, carrying extra weight, consuming too many calories or consistently consuming a diet poor in nutrients.
- —Kylie Helgens, The Gazette (Cedar Rapids, Iowa), 23 Mar. 2013
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