Are you constantly feeling somehow “off”, distracted, moody and fatigued? Do you experience a mental “absence”? Is your eye sight playing tricks on you? In this case you might be experiencing brain fog. Our over processed and factory farmed foods can contribute a lot to this condition. A high percentage of today’s population suffers from nutrient deficiencies. A lack of sleep, an overload of sugar consumption, alcohol and a portion of day to day stress depletes your body’s energy levels. The brain relies on steady intake of vitamins and minerals essential fatty acids, amino acids, etc. to keep up its function. In most cases brain fog is considered to be a treatable condition. One has to find the underlying issue and address it as well as correct the sleep and stress level and adjust the physical activities. The most important thing you need to change is your diet. It’s likely that brain fog is rooted in a lifestyle that promotes inflammation and hormonal imbalance and is triggered by stress. Chronic inflammation is connected to brain fog and our diet significantly influences inflammation. The good news is that anti-inflammatory foods support brain and eye health, and high intakes of vitamins and minerals have been shown to benefit people’s moods and mental capabilities.
What you can do to end brain fog:
- Control/change your Sugar intake however make sure to eat enough healthy carbs
- Improve sleep and your stress level
- Eat amounts of protein your body needs
- If you are in peri-menopause or menopause you might have hormonal imbalance
- Treat Food Allergies or sensitivities
- Exercise on regular basis
- Stay hydrated drink lots of water
To change the condition the focus is on Lifestyle changes NOT a short term diet change. There is no quick “pick me up” solution for this condition this requires a true commitment to living a healthier Life.
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