Fibromyalgia is a syndrome, a collection of common symptoms, including poor sleep, chronic achy, sometimes debilitating pain, brain fog, fatigue, headaches, irritable bowel syndrome, low moods, anxiety, restless leg syndrome, as well as others. Of all the symptoms associated with fibromyalgia, poor mental clarity, otherwise known to those with fibromyalgia, as “fibro fog,” is one of the worst.
Five Must Do’s To Improve “Fibro Fog”
Those with fibro often struggle to remember names, dates, events, and objects-“where are those car keys?” It’s not unusual for them to stop mid-sentence, forgetting what they were talking about.
Many of my patients were high-level professionals, bright business owners, and or “doers,” who over the years have seen their mental clarity, memory, and cognitive function suffer at the hands of poor sleep and chronic pain.
It can be maddening, even frightening to lose your mental clarity.
This foggy feeling adds to the stress of having fibromyalgia. It is frustrating and nearly impossible to explain this constant frustration to those who don’t experience it.
Over the last two decades of specializing in fibromyalgia, I’ve developed protocols for how to improve, and for some, eliminate fibro fog episodes.
On my next free Treating and Beating Fibromyalgia Teleconference I’ll be sharing the 5 things you need to do to reduce or even eliminate fibro fog and poor brain function.
These patients and hundreds of others who’ve worked personally with me have in fact beaten their fibromyalgia. You can read or listen to their stories by clicking the link below:
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