Believe it or not, your brain needs de-cluttering as much as your house may need it!
Our brains are incredibly remarkable, 3-pound organs that basically handle all our bodies' functional needs while processing roughly 60K thoughts every day. Mental fatigue and lack of concentration or clarity are real conditions even for the sharpest among us!
Given that you do not have underlying medical conditions that are contributing to cognitive dysfunction or severe brain fog (seek medical attention if any doubt), there are a few practical items you can do to find relief.
1 | ESTABLISH A REGULAR SLEEP SCHEDULE.
Studies show that most adults need at least 8 hours of sleep each night! You might also take naps for a quick brain recharge!
According to Healthline.com, what happens to your brain when you sleep?
It's an outstanding thought that my brain kicks in to auto-clean mode, so to speak, while I sleep, and I want to make sure I give it optimal opportunity to do so!
2 | DEAL WITH ALL THE STRESS IN YOUR LIFE.
3 | KEEP TABS ON YOUR OVERALL PHYSICAL & EMOTIONAL HEALTH.
When you're feeling exceptionally foggy, forgetful, or lacking focus, analyze any events in your life that may have caused changes in your health.
4 | EXERCISE YOUR BRAIN!
So there ya have it: 4 easy-to-employ approaches to decrease brain fog that you can start today for optimal brain health, efficient memory, and clarity of thought!
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