Who can relate to this?...
Sarah is a hardworking mother who has always done whatever it takes to give her kids a good life. She’s generally upbeat and on top of everything, but lately she’s feeling a bit off. Take yesterday, when Sarah was helping her daughter with her science homework and she couldn’t remember the name of the person who discovered radium (Marie Curie), or the day before when she forgot why her husband asked her to swing by the post office (mail a return package).
Sarah’s been attributing her forgetfulness to her age, but her friends don’t seem to be having the same issue. One of them suggested she’s just experiencing brain fog, and that it’s normal. While it can be normal, Sarah is determined to improve her memory so she can continue to be the reliable person she’s always taken pride in being.
You might have similar experiences as Sarah. And fortunately, there are plenty of ways to help clear up brain fog and preserve your memory.
Let's start by uncovering what causes brain fog in the first place, and then help you game plan how to get rid of that foggy feeling. We will dive into memory loss prevention and some ways to strengthen your brain health and support a strong memory function.