12 Tips on How to Deal with Brain Fog

 

12 tips on dealing with brain fogDo you sometimes wake up with a feeling that you have cotton wool in your brain? I do, quite often. Most people call it “brain fog”. On such days I just simply feel like the life is being sucked out of me, slowly. On days like these, I would give up my breakfast, lunch and dinner to help it go away.

 

Is it only me who suffers from brain fog?

 

Apparently, I am not alone (which is somehow good to know). There are many people who go through such days. Apart from lack of clarity, other symptoms of brain fog include:

 

  • Forgetfulness
  • Lack of concentration
  • Irritability
  • Feeling sleepy
  • Lack of energy
  • Nausea
  • Feeling stressed
  • Sleep issues.

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25 Health Benefits of Transdermal Magnesium Therapy

Transdermal Magnesium Therapy - Health BenefitsTransdermal Magnesium Therapy is not a new thing. It has been around for quite some time. Dr Mark Sircus wrote an excellent book on the subject – named “Transdermal Magnesium Therapy”.Dr Carolyn Dean and many other authors have also described in detail benefits and applications of magnesium salts for health and vitality.

Magnesium is the 4th most abundant mineral in the body. Without it:

  • 300+ body processes would be impossible.
  • Our cells could not produce energy without magnesium.
  • Toxins would not get eliminated. Bones and teeth could not be formed.
  • Our heart and muscles would simply go into spasm.
  • The food we eat could not get converted into energy.

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Heart Disease, Stroke & Insomnia – UK Research Findings

Heart disease, stroke, insomnia - how they are connectedHeart disease, stroke and insomnia are directly connected with each other according to the latest reaserch conducted in the UK. Burning the candle at both ends increases your risk of suffering from a stroke or heart disease and dying prematurely, new research suggests.

 

“If you sleep less than six hours per night and have disturbed sleep you stand a 48 per cent greater chance of developing or dying from heart disease and a 15 per cent greater chance of developing or dying of a stroke,” said Professor Francesco Cappuccio from the University of Warwick Medical School. He also warned: “The trend for late nights and early mornings is actually a ticking time bomb for our health so you need to act now to reduce your risk of developing these life-threatening conditions.”

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