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What helps you the most in controlling brain fog?

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    • Beetle444

      91d

      Getting enough sleep! It’s so much worse if I don’t

    • Beetle444

      91d

      Getting enough sleep! It’s so much worse if I don’t

    • Babegirl2012

      362d

      👍write it down and read out loud tomorrow’s

    • thrillsnchills

      436d

      I can't remember words or what happened yesterday its so scary and causes so much stress because I feel like I'm forgetting something important.

    • thrillsnchills

      436d

      My brain fog has been so bad lately

      • DrakellaEuphrates

        436d

        @thrillsnchills mine too. Nothing looks clear after fact. It's like trying to put a puzzle together with too many pieces that all fit the same spot.

    • 1lovemyheatingp8d

      438d

      following for advice!

    • Annye

      438d

      I am still trying to figure out what can help.

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Some suggestions for controlling brain fog include getting enough sleep, staying well-hydrated, increasing salt intake, journaling, listening to upbeat music, engaging in gentle exercise like yoga or tai chi, and taking supplements such as Vitamin D, C, B, and Magnesium. It's important to note that different strategies work for different people, so it may take some trial and error to find what works best for you.

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