Brain Fog

Brain fog is characterized by confusion, forgetfulness, and a lack of focus and mental clarity. This can be caused by overworking, lack of sleep, stress, and spending too much time on the computer.

Today the term ‘brain fog’ has become synonymous with the cognitive impairment many people experience during or after a bout with Covid-19. Roughly 20 to 30 percent of Covid patients have some brain fog that persists or develops during the three months after their initial infection, and more than 65 percent of those with long Covid report neurological symptoms too. “It’s becoming a neurological health crisis,” said Dr. Michelle Monje, a neurologist at Stanford University who has studied both chemotherapy- and coronavirus-related cognitive impairment.

LONG COVID    People who experience lingering cognitive symptoms after recovering from COVID-19 are called long-haulers, and brain fog is one of the common symptoms. For example, a 2020 study in the Journal of Psychiatric Research found that people who had recovered from COVID-19 showed cognitive impairments that may be associated with inflammation caused by the virus. 

Brain fog becomes dementia when:

  • You are unable to work and/or taking care of household finances.
  • You stopped doing household tasks you’ve always done.
  • You stopped doing social activities you used to.



STEP 1:  QEEG SCAN  This takes 30min to 45min.

STEP 2: Scan results within 48hrs

STEP 3A:  ISF Neurofeedback Therapy (About 20 x 40min sessions to notice a difference)

and or STEP 3B:  Photobiomodulation Head set (A device you purchase to use at home daily)

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