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brain fog help needed

I have been suffering from brain fog for several years. Been through tons of medical tests and no reason for fogginess.

I have been seeing an ND for this and have tried lots of stuff such as fish oils, ashwandga, bacopa, cleanses. None of these helped thus far.

As far as meds go have been on aldactone for a few years to treat heritary hair loss, but had brain fog long before i started that med. currently am taking womens multi vitamin from Xtend- life in New Zealand, fish oil, acidophilus, Vit D, Vit C, magnesium, calcium and zinc.

Please help me! Any advice will be greatly appreciated.

I know you will post a list of questions which I will answer as soon as I can
  kmrcga on 2010-05-15
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I guess I should mention, 45 years old female. Location: Canada
kmrcga last decade
Dear kmroga,pl take

1) R 14 ,15 drops 3 times a day for 15 days.

2) Alfalfa Tonic 2 tsf 3 times a day.

3) 5 PHOS TABS,5 tabs 3 times a day.

follow this for 15 days & revert back after 15 days.

Dr Abhishek Mukherjee
om sai clinic
Dr Abhishek last decade
If you are interested in looking more in supplements, Acetyl L-Carnitine and Phosphatidylserine could help. Ginkgo Biloba also of much use. But taking any brain supplement leads to chances of developing anxiety and one should be careful.

Fish Oil was promoted a lot. Now perhaps due to failure of Fish Oil to really do miracles, more emphasis in on promoting DHA for brain. Well supplement manufacturers need some exiting stories to keep on promoting their products.

Coming back to fogginess, perhaps, blood sugar variations are usually more responsible than other factors. So, in that sense, Atkin's diet brings clarity to brain. Similarly insulin sensitizers such as bitter melon can bring clarity. These sugar variations are sub-clinical and there is no ways of testing them.

Kali Phos 3x/6x could be good start in Tissue Salt and Homeopathy way of handling this. There are about a score of leading medicines for fogginess and selection would require detailed analysis of overall symptoms.
dhundhun last decade
Thanks. where would one find all of the items listed above?
kmrcga last decade
Ginkgo Biloba

The herb that is a revitaliser for the body and the brain.

If one begins to take this at an early age, it prolongs the youth in an individual.

Also available at homeopathic stores as a mother tincture.

Pankaj Varma
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
The Science of Ginkgo Biloba

There is quite a large volume of scientific proof supporting the use of this amazing plant. The Ginkgo leaf extract has been reported to have neuroprotective, anti-cancer, cardio-protective, stress alleviating, and memory-enhancing effects. Gingko is believed to work as an anti-oxidant and fights free radicals. In addition, it functions as an anti-platelet agent and lessens blood clotting incidences.

The scientific support of Ginkgo is quite impressive. For instance, in a study, a battery of cognitive or brain tests, and measurements of mood and menopausal symptoms were assessed. The group treated with Ginkgo was significantly better than the group that did not take Ginkgo.

One study assessed the efficacy and safety of Ginkgo Biloba for the treatment of patients with dementia or cognitive decline. They concluded that Ginkgo Biloba appears to be safe in use with no excess side effects. Overall there is promising evidence of improvement in cognition and function associated with Ginkgo.

Another group of scientists conducted a clinical trial in which participants were administered a battery of validated neuropsychological tests before and after treatment. Statistical analysis indicated significant improvements in speed of information processing, working memory and executive processing attributable to the herb.

Source: http://www.ginkoba.com/scienceofginkoba.htm
PANKAJ VARMA last decade

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