What is Brain Fog?

Brain fog is one of the most common symptoms of many chronic illnesses, including lupus, multiple sclerosis and fibromyalgia. In this Mind Over Meniere’s video, Glenn describes how brain fog affects him on a daily basis.

One fibromyalgia patient shares how the condition disrupts her daily routine.

Brain fog is more than just the occasional forgetfulness that most people suffer from. It is a cognitive impairment that can affect conversation, short-term memory, and the ability to concentrate and focus.

Glenn explains that very few people know about brain fog since it’s an invisible symptom. He hopes that his videos will help the public realize how common it is for people with chronic illnesses to suffer from brain fog and how those who suffer from it will require patience and understanding.

Our resident columnist, Robin Dix, writes about conditions fibromyalgia patients often suffer from. 

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One comment

  1. I have had fibromyalgia for over 35 years. Brain fog has now progressed to beginning stage alzheimers. This is scary, believe me. Fibromyalgia all these years has had little progress in successful treatments. Now, at this stage of my life, I don’t expect any for this latest progression. I don’t understand why so little has been done in all these years. I’ve done a little research on line and find more is being done in other countries than in USA. Why is that?

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