The Therapy For Brain Fog, Or The Elimination Of Brain Fog

At South Valley Neurology, we work closely with each of our members to determine the underlying problem(s) they are experiencing and provide a solution that will be long-lasting. Following this, he or she will order the required blood work to assess things like your thyroid function and your levels of heavy metals. These are some of the suggestions that our physicians and health coaches may provide to you to assist you in clearing up your brain fog.

1. Give Your Digestive System A Break

The world of nutrition and weight loss is currently obsessed with the practice of intermittent fasting. Calorie restriction and increasing the amount of time spent between meals have been shown to improve brain health and reduce the risk of neurodegenerative illnesses. However, the benefits of calorie restriction extend beyond weight loss. If you want to address your brain fog and get some mental clarity back, you should begin by attempting to lengthen the time that passes between the meals that you eat for the final time and the meal that you eat for the first time the following day. Take pictures for a full day. This encourages a process known as ketogenesis, which can increase the brain’s natural ability to regenerate. Ketogenesis, on the other hand, may be complex and should only be performed under the supervision of an experienced individual who is aware of what they are doing. You may improve your mental concentration by working with a doctor and coach from South Valley Neurology to optimize both the timing of your meals and the foods that you eat.

2. Either You Move It Or You Lose It

Sedentary people have a higher prevalence of neurodegenerative illnesses such as Alzheimer’s dementia and even mild cognitive impairment. There is a direct correlation between higher levels of physical exercise and improved mental clarity, enhanced memory, and a happier state of mind. The act of physical activity triggers the production of beneficial chemical messengers known as cytokines in addition to endorphins, which are hormones that are responsible for the feeling of joy. These substances provide the brain with a wash and help it to renew. Make it a goal to do something pleasurable that gets your body moving every day. Walk, run or dance. Whatever makes you feel good will almost certainly be good for your mood as well?

3. Be An Efficient Sleeper

 This is true regardless of whether they are dealing with a job, school, or an impending project deadline. This strategy rarely works because losing sleep leads to a general decline in one’s cognitive functioning. You’ll see an improvement in the overall quality of your work at the same time as the amount of time it takes to generate such high-quality work will decrease.

4. Maintain A Healthy Balance Between Busy Exercises And Active Tunes

Unfortunately, your body does not differentiate between jogging on a treadmill and fleeing away from danger; to your body, both of these activities appear the same: they both look like stress. You need to exercise your parasympathetic nervous system to minimize stress, since this is part of the nervous system that is activated while you are resting and relaxing, and it helps to calm both your body and your mind. 

5. Provide Your Brain With Fuel

The majority of your brain is composed of protein and fatty tissue. Does it make sense that both of these food categories are underrepresented in the average American diet? The answer is no. Consuming sweet and processed foods regularly is not the best thing for your brain. Paleolithic eating should be restricted to plant-based foods (mostly vegetables, enough protein, and always some good fats). Consume a large quantity of omega-3 fatty acids (for their anti-inflammatory properties), a large number of antioxidants, and coenzyme Q10 (necessary for energy), and enhance your body’s natural energy production and regeneration by consuming important vitamins and minerals.