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What does natural fog have in common with brain fog? by Kennedy P. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 2:43pm Depending on where you live you may be more familiar with fog more so than others. Fog is created when a cloud comes in contact with the ground. For those of us that have ever attempted to drive in foggy conditions we recall how diminished our visibility was. Leaving us to feel we can barely see beyond the extent of our nose. We typic ... Read on »
What does natural fog have in common with brain fog? by Kennedy P. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 09 Jun 2008 3:05am Depending on where you live you may be more familiar with fog more so than others. Fog is created when a cloud comes in contact with the ground. For those of us that have ever attempted to drive in foggy conditions we recall how diminished our visibility was. Leaving us to feel we can barely see beyond the extent of our nose. We typically ... Read on »
Chemo Brain (Brain Fog) by Beth Morton Health Maven Posted Thu 28 Jan 2010 12:00am I attended a seminar on chemo brain, which the speaker (Dr. Heather Palmer) prefers to call brain fog, since they're not sure if its caused by the chemo, or the cancer, or the drugs you take for the side effects of chemo, or what. Based on different studies she showed us, she estimates it to affect over 50% of cancer patients who undergo chemothe ... Read on »
research: Stanford researchers look at breast cancer’s brain fog aka chemo brain by Donna Peach Patient Expert Posted Tue 15 Nov 2011 1:40am Researchers at Stanford University conducted a study to observe differences in brain function and behavior between women with breast cancer and healthy women. The study included three groups: 25 subjects with breast cancer and history of chemotherapy, 19 subjects with breast cancer and no history of breast cancer and 18 control subjects; ... Read on »
Neurofeedback and Chemo Brain Fog by Dr. Karen S. Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Mon 22 Mar 2010 12:49pm Catherine Boyer, a neurofeedback practitioner in New York City recently posted this article on her own blog New York Neurofeedback : Neurofeedback and Chemo Brain Fog . I wanted to share it with you since I have worked with women coming to neurofeedback after cancer treatment complaining of exactly same things: - cognitive "brain fog" - sle ... Read on »
Chelation: oral not very effective, IV causes brain fog by Kev Leitch Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Thu 10 Feb 2011 10:30am One very common therapy in the Complementary and Altenative Medicine (CAM) world is chelation. It has been very popular amongst DAN doctors and other CAM practitioners in the autism community, largely based on the mistaken ideas that (a) autism symptoms are similar to mercury poisoning and (b) autism is caused by mercury (from vaccines and el ... Read on »
How to clear the mists of brain fog by OlwenAnderson Health Maven Posted Fri 02 Aug 2013 10:00am Why can’t you think? Where HAVE your brain cells gone? Feel like you have ‘brain fog’? The term is quite apt when you can’t think things through easily, as it can seem like your brain is shrouded in such a heavy mist that the grey matter between your ears isn’t functioning. Embarrassingly, brain fog can come over you at the most inopportune times ... Read on »
Fighting "Brain Fog": How the Right Hormones Can Improve Mental Sharpness for Women by Andrea Patient Expert Posted Fri 19 Jun 2009 5:33pm Jacksonville, Fla. ( PRWEB ) May 28, 2009 -- C.W. Randolph, M.D. Medical Director of the Natural Hormone Institute Dr. C.W. Randolph On New Study Confirming Menopause Causes Memory Lapses, Foggy Thinking- Simple annoyances like misplacing the car keys. Embarassing lapses in memory at work. Trouble keeping the kids' schedules straig ... Read on »
Brain Fog and Menopause by Anita Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:45pm This week I went to my doctor and the official word was that based on my blood tests I’m in the thick of menopause. Some of the main symptoms that I’ve experienced over the past year are night sweats, headaches and brain fog. I’ve spoken to many women who agree that as we age, the memory just doesn’t work the same. According to my doc ... Read on »
Menopause: Hormones Can Help Memory and Lift Brain Fog by Anita Patient Expert Posted Wed 27 May 2009 10:05pm Women in Early Menopause, Often at Top of Careers, Can Get Help for Memory By SUSAN DONALDSON JAMES May 26, 2009 As Pam approached menopause, she thought she was losing her mind. menopause. A new Study of Women's Health Across the National concludes that women do experience a dip in their brain function in the transition ... Read on »