Mental Confusion (Memory & Brain Fog)

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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas

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Memory: the ability to focus, think clearly or recall on demand.

Brain fog: the inability to FUNCTION NORMALLY or think or recall on demand.

Women are particularly vulnerable to issues of memory and brain fog because of the hormonal nature of their systems.  However, men suffer similarly.  [See May 2017 issue of Special Insights entitled, The Missing DIagnosis, Jill’s Story: Case Study #1 in the Archive Link above.]

Overview

Inability to focus haunts people for many reasons. Consider the following factors.

Fungal infestation of the body by molds and fungi, mycotoxin production by molds and fungi, poor sleep, not enough sleep, dietary sweets, alcohol consumption, stress and anxiety, poor liver function and sluggish bowels negatively affect memory and clear thinking.

Foggy brain is a condition of low-grade, systemic inflammation. Failure to drink enough water, junk diet, consumption of sweets and fruit, poor digestion and proliferation of candida yeast [MOST IMPORTANT!] are also contributing factors.

Adrenal fatigue, a poorly functioning thyroid and/or inefficient, dysfunctional liver also play a part in poor memory and brain fog; so does stress and emotional anxiety.

The Mold & Fungus Protocol is very useful for memory and brain fog issues.  So is the Tissue & Liver Protocol. Use it to reduce excess waste clogging the system and restore blood flow into the brain and head.  The product ReCharge is also very helpful.

Lastly, imbalance of the regulatory hormones, insulin and leptin have profound effects on cognitive function and memory.

Read Special Insights, Pre-Diabetes & Aging in Archive link below.

See Special Insights, Change Your Food Habits, Change Your Life by clicking hyperlink.

If you suffer from poor memory and brain fog, ask for help!

Suggestions

  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

Please see Terrain, Stress & Emotional Anxiety, Inflammation, Sleep, Bowels and Digestion in Glossary link below.

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