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Cognitive Changes



Brain Fog is present most of the time, meaning it does not come and go. The term fog is used because it feels like a cloud is obstructing your mental clarity.

It is characterized by:

  • Confusion
  • Forgetfulness
  • Discouragement
  • Depression
  • Tiredness
  • Difficulty thinking
  • Poor concentration
  • Difficulty focusing
  • Difficulty completing tasks
  • Feeling spacey

The causes of Brain Fog include physical, emotional, biochemical factors and fatigue.


Memory loss is unusual forgetfulness.  Poor concentration often occurs with memory loss.  Memory loss for words is when you have difficulty finding the words you want to use or you call something by the wrong name for example, calling a stove a bathtub.


The main symptom of this condition is memory loss that’s more severe than normal forgetfulness and that can’t be explained by a medical condition.


This is a sudden sense of being outside yourself, observing your actions from a distance as though watching a movie.  The size and shape of things, such as your own body or other people and things around you may seem distorted.

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