Brain fog makes you feel disoriented, hazy, and can interfere with productivity - not to mention your ability to feel happy, present, and at ease. Luckily, there are a few ways to combat that hazy feeling.
Fats and more fats.
A few common culprits of brain fog are too much sugar and not enough healthy fats and proteins. Your neurotransmitters are made up of amino acids, which breakdown the products of proteins, and sugar messes with your insulin - throwing you into crazy dips in blood sugar, affecting your brain function. It also feeds yeast, which can cause brain fog. So try incorporating some healthy fats into your diet when you start feeling a little foggy.
Rest more, minimize external commitments, and write everything down. If you're constantly on-the-go and not getting enough sleep, you'll likely start to recognize some symptoms of brain fog. When that happens, practice self care.
Step away from the computer.
Have you been working too many hours nonstop in front of the computer? That tends to wear anyone down from the blue light and EMF exposure. Take a break to breathe, stretch, and go for a short walk can help reset your brain.
Try incorporating journaling into your life. First thing in the morning, write what you're grateful for and what you plan to accomplish that day.