Strategies and Techniques to Beat Brain Fog

As difficult as it is to live with Meniere’s disease, it’s often the lesser symptoms like brain fog that drive me the most crazy.

In last week’s video, I discussed what it’s like to experience brain fog. As a quick refresher, brain fog is a type of cognitive impairment common with dozens of different chronic illnesses. It won’t disable you like vertigo can, but it will disrupt your quality of life.

The good news is, there are a lot of things you can do today to improve your brain fog.

In this video, I take a deep dive into the specific actions, strategies, and techniques that I use on a daily basis in my fight against brain fog.

Topics Covered:

  • Journaling and tracking lifestyle to identify brain fog triggers
  • Lifestyle Changes known to help brain fog: Diet, Exercise, Sleep, and Stress Management:
  • Taking notes to not forget
  • Healthy habits and routines
  • Intellectual stimulation
  • Creativity Exercises
  • Brainwave Entrainment
  • Activated Charcoal

Resources and links:

Mind Over Meniere’s Symptom Trigger Tool: Journal tool to track your diet, health, and lifestyle

Erase Meniere’s Disease Symptoms with a Temporary Lifestyle Cleanse: Covers the lifestyle changes that can help brain fog

The Mind Over Meniere’s Symptom Relief Project: A pay-what-you-want collection of brainwave entrainment audio engineered to help relieve various Meniere’s disease symptoms

Meniere’s Disease and the battle of Brain Fog (Part 1) (Part 2) (Part 3): My three part series detailing my strategies and techniques for dealing with brain fog.

Productivity Tricks for the Chronically Brain Fogged: A list of helpful tips and tricks to increase your productivity when dealing with brain fog.

Healthy Habits and Routines for Brain Fog and Chronic Illness: Nearly half of our daily actions are not conscious decisions but the result of unconscious habits. When you understand how habits work, you can make them work for you, and against brain fog.

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