Brain Fog and Dissociation

Understanding: What is Brain Fog, Causes and Strategies to Overcome

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Brain fog is often associated with dissociation, leading to forgetfulness, detachment, discouragement, and depression. It can significantly impact various aspects of life, including education, work, and relationships. Additionally, it may contribute to crime and delinquency, as it can cause frustration and impaired functioning in society.

What is Brain Fog?

Brain fog is a condition characterized by mental confusion and a lack of clarity. Although not officially recognized in medical textbooks, it significantly impacts individuals, leading to forgetfulness, detachment, and discouragement. Causes of brain fog are multifaceted, ranging from physical imbalances to biochemical and emotional factors.

Physical Causes of Brain Fog

Psychological Causes of Brain Fog

Strategies to Overcome Brain Fog

Reference: Wilson, L. (2013). Brain fog. Published online at www. drlwilson. com/articles/brain_fog. htm. LD Wilson Consultants, Inc., Prescott, AZ.

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