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Brain Fog: Common Causes, Signs, Symptoms, and Research-Backed Natural Solutions
Symptoms of brain fog:
Lack of focus and confusion
Headaches and fatigue
Lack of motivation
Depression and anxiety
Memory loss and "blank moments"
Insomnia and trouble sleeping
Causes of Brain Fog:
1. Lack of cholesterol in the diet
2. Low-fat diets
3. High intake of PUFA
4. Foods high in gluten and lectins
6. Micronutrient deficiencies
8. Lack of sleep
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I realize that eating well and exercising help with stress, but it is apparent to me that I am a naturally stressed out person- are there any other ways that I can readjust and monitor my stress levels to decrease/get rid off my brain fog altogether? ( I already eat well and workout).
Come to think of it, my neighbor met a 92 year old woman who was sharp as a whistle. her doctor told her 50 years ago to take folate everyday to which she has done but I personally think it B-12 and I would take all of them if you can.
If I take Alpha GPC which is the most concentrated form of Choline:
.1 Libido disappears (negative)
.2 Intense dreams
.3 Better memory recall
.4 More prone to be distracted by my own thoughts (negative)
If you want a very sharp brain and be unstoppable try Caffeine + L-Theanine, it does work for 4-5 hours... I suspect Caffeine is not good for the brain but it boosts so much that I think it is worth taking, but not daily.
Good info overall but not correct to eat any carbs other than from grains. True don't eat grains anymore but most carbs are unearthly for the body as they create inflammation, which negatively effects the body in many ways including contributing to and possibly creating the sleep apnea issue.
How a High Fat Diet Can Help the Brain Work Better: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.psychologytoday.com/blog/evolutionary-psychiatry/201104/your-brain-ketones%3famp#ampshare=https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/evolutionary-psychiatry/201104/your-brain-ketones
These are actually anti-anxiety drugs. And the only reason they make you feel better, is because you have anxiety problems.
It's better to admit your problem, and treat the cause. Rather than believe voodoo science about pills making you into a superhuman
I have brain fog, 9 out of 10 symptoms are relatable to me..
Ever since I was diagnosed with diabetes type 1 I've felt this way, yet my doctors and nurses has no idea of the condition.
Ive had this problem for half a year now.
Damn the time is currently 03:55 at night/morning.. I should really go to sleep. And try to exercise tomorrow.
Sidenote. When I wake up after a long night of sleep I tend to feel more focused and normal. Even if I take short naps during the day, I usually feel good for a while.
Thanks for a good video!
Brainfog can also be a sign of anemia, which lowers the levels of oxygen in the blood. Brainfog might also be a sign of dysfunctional thyroid hormone levels, which affect how metabolism works. If you feel brainfog, check those two things with your doctor.
Over 75% americans chronically dehydrated? Major micronutrient deficiencies due to increased refined and processed foods? lack of sleep? Don't let the system rule your lives, take prudence and work on building habits and small changes that promote self control. Do it for 'Murica!
one more thing that causes brain fog is bad circulation of energy caused by Bad Posture, Straight neck. It's simple, if your body is stiff or bad posture or neck is straight your brain cannot communicate to your body through the spine and your body cannot send resources to support your brain.
Cholesterol is definitely not good for the brain as high serum cholesterol levels are ascoctaied with a significantly increased risk of dementia as blood clots can deprive your brain of oxygen leading to the degeneration of neurons. your body produces all the cholesterol it needs for the body to function properly and dietary cholesterol has no positive health benifit for humans. I do believe that staion drugs can cause brain fog but it is not from the reduction of serum LDL cholesterol levels as you can probably find any anecdotal reports of people having brain fog from any perscription drug.
Leaky gut syndrome will cause this. MSG food additive may be the culprit destroying you brains chemical balance. Also deficiencies in amino acids will slow your brains production of critical neurotransmitters. Anybody experiencing brain fog I recommend Optimum Nutrition's AmiN.O. Energy drinks. They have the near perfect blend of amino acids to clear the worst cases of brain fog. Then you can research certain individual amino acids that help with focus. Amino acids have cured my brain fog.
Looking at my cylinder of Amino Energy... "Amino Blend 5g" but then it doesn't say the proportions. What is the near perfect blend and how did you determine that Amino Energy has it? I know of a 2:1:1 proportion of Leucine:Isoleucine:Valine and I don't think Amino Energy has that. The Scivation products do though.
I'm a 17 year old guy, and I am considering taking nootropics (aniracetam to be specific) to boost my focus when I study. I do not have ADHD or any similar disorder, but I am just interested in improving my mental abilities to facilitate my learning process. Can anyone please give me an opinion on using nootropics such as aniracetam at my age, since it is a legitimate concern of mine that it will have an irreversible effect on my brain? It would be much appreciated.
Some racetam users do CYCLING. that means, if you use aniracetam for a month (or two), next time get another racetam, like oxiracetam. The idea is, you won't get TOO used to just one. Also, take the occassional whole weekend OFF from racetams. To avoid racetam headaches, combine with a choline supplement. Modafinil is also good, but that's more for focus and endurance. I use modafinil and racetams, too.
Excellent advice! One major thing that didn't get addressed is drinking alcohol. Even a couple beers or glasses of wine majorly contributes to brain fog. I know from a lifetime of experience, drinking and not drinking. Many people think it's fine because they're not "buzzed" or drunk, but even in small amounts, alcohol causes chronic brain fog. It's takes 2-3 nights for the effects alcohol has on your brain to leave your body. So if you're having even a couple beers or glasses of wine 2-3 nights a week to relax or even socially, you are definitely at risk for chronic brain for and may not even know why.
Watch out here James! You're advising other people based on YOUR experiences here. There are many variances in people that determine their susceptibility to negative effects of alcohol. Something that is true for you may not be true for another. Actually, studies have shown that alcohol in moderate doses can improve your arousal and ability to focus on the here and now. The downside is that alcohol strongly impairs your sleep quality and duration, which is a major contributor to brain fog. Besides, alcohol taxes your cells, messing up the production of energy (in simple terms). If your body is busy with clearing the waste products of alcohol, less energy is available for what you want to use your body for, like thinking clearly. A glass of wine with dinner probably won't have a significant effect (unless you have Asian flush syndrome), since your body contains some mechanisms to neutralize the short-term bad effects of alcohol for a few glasses. To minimize the risk of brain fog, exercise, healthy diet and good sleep are essential, however cliché these factors may be. Alternative explanations of brain fog are ADHD, cannabis abuse, alcohol abuse, anxiety and disorders involving the brain or hormones (rare).
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In case this will help anyone, check out YBOP (Your Brain On Porn). There's a lot of evidence pointing to porn as a major cause of brain fog. Among other nastier things. I have no agenda here, I just hope that this helps someone out there. 👍
Wet Works think he means, exercising, getting outside a lot in general, do things with friends/family maybe even going to the cinema/ bowling etc.. just get out, live your life and be healthy, exercising and being active has a significant boost on your mental wellbeing
Love your channel , few years ago I got really depressed and made the mistake of going the antidepressant way . I also had low testosterone and major brain fog . I've been taking a lot of your recommendations and I'm getting better
If alcohol helps you then you are a part of the 10% of the population that metabolizes alcohol differently and are at risk for alcoholism. Your brain fog is from blood sugar issues so you should research that. See Dr Eric Berg: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7H7id3to1cg
I am just putting this out there, maybe it's wrong.
But a good way to measure Choline deficiency is by taking Aniracetam ..if you get headaches from it, then you need to take Aniracetam with Choline ...which most recommend from the start.
However if you can take Aniracetam without Choline, I assume it's because you naturally get enough through your normal diet.
I started taking Modafinil A couple of months ago, it has literally changed my life. I just changed my insurance at the 1st of the month and my Doctor said it might not be covered anymore. I would just die. How would you compare your product to Modafinil? Do you send samples? Thanks ♥
I hav MS too, in my brain too. I struggle every day cognitive functioning-wise. But I'll bet if I made some of these changes I'd see an improvement. I struggle to 'keep on track' and find it very hard to be consistent when incorporating life changes.
The reality is that "brain fog" DOES NOT have a definitive cause and there have not been any properly controlled studies to implicate any particular food. If the poster can show some credible studies done by impartial entities I will look at it. That being said their are some recognized reasons that probably contribute to brain fog. Number one is lack of sleep , two is multitasking , other causes include chemo , medication , pregnancy ,and chronic fatigue symptom.
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