Know Someone Suffering From Brain Fog?
By Pierre Mouchette | Real Property Experts LLC
What Is Brain Fog?
Brain fog, also known as brain fatigue, can range from mild to intense stages of confusion, tiredness, and overall lack of focus. Poor memory and recall are common to individuals who suffer from Brain Fog. Tickborne and mold-related illnesses cause this symptom.
Incapable of Retaining Information
An individual with brain fog will have trouble recalling events (memories) from the recent and far past. A simple experience like meeting someone for the first time and remembering their name will seem like an impossible task to do, they are incapable of doing it, and their brain simply will not allow them to do so.
Family members, friends, and others should understand if someone they are trying to help has Brain Fog symptoms. Extra patience is required to communicate clearly and effectively. People who suffer from Lyme or mold-related illness must understand potential environmental triggers in their homes that could cause regression in their treatment and health.
Some triggers may include interior painting, new furniture, refinishing floors with polyurethane, musty odors from a basement, Dirty Sock Syndrome, mold, perfumes, pets, new mattress, new car, interior renovations. Each trigger may be unique to that individual. Indoor air quality testing for these triggers can help identify and correct sources.
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