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Dr. Gary Small’s The Naked Lady Who Stood on Her Head: Brain Fog by Alvaro F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 06 Oct 2010 5:05am (Editor’s Note: what follows is an excerpt from Dr. Gary Small and Gigi Vorgan’s new book, The Naked Lady Who Stood on Her Head: A Psychiatrist’s Stories of His Most Bizarre Cases ) CHAPTER TEN Brain Fog Summer 1990 Gigi and I had moved to Studio City, about a forty-minute commute to UCLA. On weekends, we often went to the movies at ... Read on »
Heads in a Fog by Mamaflo Posted Fri 12 Dec 2008 7:08pm ALL Day today I could have sworn it was Thursday, SWORN people, I would have bet on it.......what's happening to time since we retired, it's just gone in a flash and what do I have to show for it........welllllllll, I've got 2 blogs that I spend way to much time on and I have my upcoming cruise to get ready for, and there are always photographs ... Read on »
Foggy headed. by annhertel Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 23 Oct 2010 12:03pm I'm behind as hell in school. I cannot concentrate. Or focus. It's driving me insane. I try SO DAMN HARD to force my brain to grasp a concept, and I try to get it to focus and absorb the information I want it to, but my head feels lost in a fog, it's hard to get in contact with, and there is a thick layer of cotton and jello strips (like lasagna ... Read on »
Call me “Frosty Foggy Head!” by Susannah H. Posted Tue 08 Feb 2011 12:00am ….I woke up at 4.30am with a screaming migraine!…. Ventured downstairs feeling pretty sicky, because I knew I had to hit this hard with Imigran and quickly, and it is kept in the kitchen cupboard. That of course meant I woke the dog up and she’d then need watering. So at 4.30am I was standing in the garden whilst she performed, al ... Read on »
Hot Flashes and Brain Fog... by Boyd M. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Tue 10 Feb 2009 10:21am 1 Comment Brain fog and hot flashes seems to be a common complaint of middle aged women. In fact 40 percent of women over 48 complain of forgetfulness and over 85 percent of menopausal women complain of hot flashes. A recent study of 29 middle aged women with moderate to severe hot flashes suggests that there might indeed be a connection. The women were ... Read on »
The Fog…!!! by Kingmagic of Purpleplus .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 10 Nov 2008 4:46pm A Picture of Fog… Moving carefully along the main road we edge past the cars and lorries as they move over to let us by. Our blue lights are on and the sirens are bouncing off the sides of the trucks as we slowly sidle past them. Its almost ‘white out’ with a dense fog blanketing all and sundry. Even the street lights cant penetrate th ... Read on »
Four in the Fog by Glenn Jones Posted Fri 25 Sep 2009 3:32pm I got my four mile easy run in last night. As mentioned earlier, I had another appointment in the late afternoon, so I couldn't start until a little after 5PM. It was noticeably cool and the fog was rolling in. As I left the car and ran up the San Diego Creek trail, I couldn't help but notice the steam rising from my uncovered head. The run bac ... Read on »
Out of the Fog by godoreen Posted Tue 14 Dec 2010 5:06pm I'm out of the fog No really. I’m out of the fog I’ve been living in for the past 5 months!  And I can’t believe how great I feel.  I feel as if I am officially done with Adrenal Fatigue and have entered back into the realm of Triathlete!!!! And today was a perfect example of that.  After a restful night of solid sleep I was up at ... Read on »
Foggy Morning Foggy Headed by Bethany Posted Sat 17 Jul 2010 11:24am Edited to add: This was supposed to publish on Thursday…um, what the heck?  My apologies.  Enjoy this, consider it an appetizer while I’m off preparing a more substantial post . Training Calls For: 3 miles Miles Run So Far: 76 Days Left: 88 Anyone else just working for the weekend?  Me!!!  I have a half day coming my way on Fri ... 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 »