Brain Fog / ADHD
Aside from public speaking, there is probably nothing more frightening than not being able to rely on your brain. Most of us will not have to face an audience, but all of us need our brains to navigate daily life successfully. When your beautiful brain isn’t at your service, life can be very, very difficult.
Your brain is much more vulnerable than you might think. There are three main ways it can be damaged. All are risk factors for early cognitive decline.
- External injury, like an auto accident or sports impact, can cause extensive bruising to the soft tissue inside the hard shell of the skull.
- Internally, the single-cell wall layer that protects your brain from damaging toxins is easily disrupted. This slowly causes progressive damage to your brain and is usually linked to gut dysfunction.
- Finally, if we don’t have the raw materials to fire the electrochemical connections that run our brains, our all-important neurotransmitters don’t work as nature intended. This can be a simple solution, or a more complex situation.
Symptoms of brain dysfunction are all over the map and include brain “fog,” poor or degrading memory, inability to focus, poor impulse control, and mood spectrum disorders. So it’s sensible to look at what the drivers behind the symptoms are. This gives us a better basis for specifically targeted intervention(s) that can help restore your beautiful brain to better working order.
Symptoms do give us clues, but the first step is to identify any imbalances or deficits in the brain’s basic requirements. Depending on what a patient is experiencing, different testing will be indicated. Some patients may benefit from brain re-training. This can be movement-based or use other brain training technologies.
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