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Neurotrophic & Nootropic Herbs For Treating Brain Fog Symptoms: Guide Released
The recently launched ‘Overcoming Brain Fog: A Practical Guide’ is available to read in full at theDr.com. The piece provides an in-depth look at nootropic and neurotrophic substances and how they might offer a natural solution to combating ailing mental capacity.
More details can be found at https://thedr.com/overcoming-brain-fog-a-practical-guide/
The new guide joins a host of other helpful resources and articles at theDr.com, covering everything from auto-immune conditions to gluten sensitivity and natural detoxing solutions. The brain fog piece provides some practical suggestions for lifestyle changes and herbal extracts that may positively impact cognitive function.
Brain fog is not a specific medical condition, rather it describes a collection of symptoms that affect one’s ability to think clearly or recall information. According to WebMD, these symptoms are often associated with old age, menopause, cancer treatment, lupus, pregnancy, multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue syndrome, poor sleep, depression, and certain medications.
The guide highlights some of the most common of these symptoms such as low energy, decreased motivation, increased irritability, social dysfunction, impairments in job performance, issues with multitasking, memory loss, and an inability to concentrate.
The piece proffers a dual approach to combating these often debilitating symptoms. A range of lifestyle factors can exacerbate brain fog. Suggestions include regular cognitive stimulation, focusing on single tasks, getting adequate sleep, taking short breaks to give the brain time to clear out toxins, and trying memory training techniques.
These ideas can be complemented with a variety of herbal extracts that may help brain fog sufferers get back to their best. These elements can be found in Fog Cutter – a nootropic and neurotrophic spray made by theDr.com’s partner Sun Horse Energy.
Nootropics optimize neurotransmitters, increase blood flow to the brain, and stimulate memory, creativity, and motivation. Neurotrophic compounds support cellular regeneration and the growth of the nervous system.
These adaptogenic elements can be found in many of Fog Cutter’s ingredients. Extracts such as Water Hyssop, Gotu Kola, Tulsi Basil, Ashwagandha, and Reishi Mushroom have been used for centuries in Chinese medicine to promote cognitive health.
A spokesperson says, “Fog Cutter is bolstered with a unique mix of antioxidants and other natural nutrients, harnessing some of the most potent plant compounds from around the globe. This comprehensive formulation aims to offer you a powerful tool to help you reach your genetic potential and overcome the challenges of brain fog.”
For more information, go to https://thedr.com/overcoming-brain-fog-a-practical-guide/
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