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    1. You’re welcome, Annette! I am so happy you found it helpful. Brain fog is really a tough symptom to crack… I wish you the best on your health journey.

  1. One of the activities i recently discovered that help me on my no-energy, foggy days is pairing socks. How satisfying to see six pairs of socks that had been separated for far too long. And are now ready to keep my feet warm, once again.?

    1. Iris, that is awesome. Yes, paired socks are so amazing! Laundry is actually one of the chores I despise the most, but I found that I really don’t mind it on my foggy days. Thanks for reading. 🙂

  2. Hi Anna,
    Thanks for all the awesome info. Brain fog has been a real trial for past 20 years, getting worse. Your article has given me hope and new ideas, and permission not to do some of the things I know are unhelpful for me on bad days. Thank you and God bless you for the encouragement.

    1. Liz, 20 years is a long time to live with brain fog. That breaks my heart. I know that I also struggled with accepting the fact that I should avoid the things that made my brain fog worse. It made me feel as if I was weak, but I’ve learned that is not the case, and I need to be listen to what my body is telling me. Overcoming that hurdle has been huge for my mental and physical health. Our bodies are wise. I will pray for you and your healing, Liz. God bless!

  3. I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia 16 yrs ago. Brain fog hit me hard over the yrs….to the point I was writing the wrong amounts on checks when paying bills, spelling words wrong, and I even got lost on my own road 3 miles from my house!
    I just couldnt figure out where I was. I put my car in park, called my husband in hysterics and he talked me home. It was terrifying. Luckily I regularly visited a chiropractor. I happened to mention all the stuff I had been going through. She worked inside my mouth. Yes, INSIDE my mouth! It IS painful but well worth it to clear the fog.

    1. Hi Karla! So interesting that you say that… many of the doctors I’ve worked with, as well as the resources I’ve read regarding complicated chronic illnesses, like autoimmune, fibromyalgia, and Lyme disease focus on issues in the mouth. Every part of our body is connected. Amazing! I am so happy to hear you’ve had such great results. I just love chiropractic care. 🙂

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