Maybe everyone feels disorganized and unable to concentrate once in a while. Sometimes people describe this condition as mental fatigue. But if this problem continues for a long time, something maybe goes wrong in your body.

Brain fog affects memory, mental clarity, ability to think and make decisions.

Nowadays more and more people suffer from this trouble. Specialists say that it's mainly about our industrialized lifestyle, poor eating habits and chronic stress.

Sometimes brain fog may indicate hormonal imbalance and errors in neurotransmitters production.

Inflammation is well-known culprit of numerous health issues. Low-grade inflammatory process is associated with Alzheimer's disease, insomnia and depression, which may cause brain fog.

Many patients with hypothyroidism, anemia, diabetes, multiple sclerosis and other autoimmune disorders complain of inability to focus and remember things.

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You may also notice difficulty understand information and solve problems quickly, when take certain medications. If you think that your pills are responsible for brain fog, ask your doctor to find safe analogs for you.

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Treating the underlying reason of brain fog usually helps improve your mental performance.

It's also possible to enhance your well-being, using these tips:

#1. Sleep enough

If you sleep less than seven hours, your brain may fail to work properly. Studies show that lack of high-quality sleep may increase levels of stress hormones, impair neurotransmitters' work and trigger food cravings.

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Medical experts recommend sleeping seven to nine hours every night to stay healthy and self-collected.

#2. Manage stress in right way

Unfortunately, many of us try to cope with negative emotions, drinking alcohol, smoking or using illicit drugs. This can relieve your stress for several hours but not more. Results of this short-term alleviation may be really horrible.

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Learn to overcome stress in healthy way, speaking with friends, exercising, reading a book, meditating or walking in the park. There is wide variety of relaxation techniques, which can fight off your stress effectively. The most popular of them are yoga, deep breathing, Tai Chi and progressive muscle relaxation.

#3. Choose “good” carbs

Diets with strong restriction for carbohydrates may affect serotonin levels, making you feel upset and anxious.

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In fact, not all crabs make similar influence on your health. For example, processed foods, loaded with sugar or artificial sweeteners, can give you energy at first. But this effect is extremely short. Moreover, relying on these foods may boost your risks for numerous diseases like diabetes, obesity, Alzheimer's disease and depression.

Choose right sources of carbs such as fruits, veggies, whole grains and raw dairy to give healthy energy fuel to your brain.

#4. Try supplements

Adaptogen herbs (holy basil, maca etc.), omega-3 supplements and vitamins B can be really helpful in dealing with brain fog and chronic inflammation.

But keep in the mind that it's very important to consult with medical professional before taking any supplements.

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The BetterMe Team wants you and those close to you to live a healthy, happy life! Your health is a valuable thing; look after your body and your mind so that you can live your life to the fullest – Remember you only get one!

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