Coping with brain fog – from menopause to long-COVID
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Coping with brain fog – from menopause to long-COVID

Erin Dean Health journalist

Strategies to help you manage debilitating brain fog when you need a clear head

‘Brain fog’ is not a medical term but describes a range of symptoms including poor concentration, feeling confused, thinking more slowly than usual, fuzzy thoughts, forgetfulness, lost words and mental fatigue, says NHS Inform.

Nursing Standard. 38, 1, 67-70. doi: 10.7748/ns.38.1.67.s17

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