Brain Fog

Most of you know- I suffer with Brain Fog. Badly.

Brain Fog affects your ability to think. It can affect your concentration, your ability to use and understand language, your speech, your communication, your memory; it affects your ability to judge distances, your ability to recognise people, places, and even danger.
It can affect your ability to prioritise, to learn and remember new things.
In short- it affects everything in your head. Its scary. It’s shit.

Your brain goes into an almost semi-concious state. It goes ‘foggy’.

I’m always asked how I deal with Brain fog, so here’s my top tips for dealing with brain fog.

1- Write EVERYTHING down!
Keep lists, post it notes, a note pad, and above all a diary with you at all times

2-  Do a list of all things you need to do before you leave the house- like a before-you-leave checklist. I’ve tried it today and I think it helped!

3- Set alarms and reminders on your phone! Especially for meds!

4- Don’t be afraid to ask for help. Get people to repeat things to you if need be.

5- Relax, Don’t panic, Don’t Stress, Don’t hit stupid people, Don’t hit people who think it’s funny ( I know its tempting), Don’t forget to breathe! And know that it’ll all be okay in the end…

Lanaloo xxx


About The Inconsiderate Cripple

Hi there, I'm the inconsiderate cripple. Welcome to the world through my eyes. Welcome and Hopefully - You'll stay with me on this journey!
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