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The impact of a Structured Exercise Programme upon cognitive function in CFS patients

The impact of a structured exercise programme upon cognitive function in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome patients, by Paweł Zalewski, Sławomir Kujawski, Malwina Tudorowska, Karl Morten, Małgorzata Tafil-Klawe, Jacek J. Klawe, James Strong, Fernando Estevez-Lopez, Modra Murovska, Julia L. Newton and the … Continue reading

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Can the MIND diet reduce brain fog due to CFS & FM?

ProHealth blog post, by Dr Richard Podell, 23 June 2016: Can the “MIND Diet” Reduce “Brain Fog” Due to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia? The short answer is we don’t know, because research on “brainfog” has been extremely limited–to say … Continue reading

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Could new form of magnesium help brain fog in ME-CFS?

A new form of magnesium improves cognitive powers in old folks, will it also help the brain fog of FM and ME-CFS? asks Dr Richard Podell. Might it also improve Fibromyalgia pain? Cognitive function tends to declines as we age. For … Continue reading

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Luteolin – potential treatment for brain fog, inflammation & obesity?

Review article: Brain “fog” is a constellation of symptoms that include reduced cognition, inability to concentrate and multitask, as well as loss of short and long term memory. Brain “fog” characterizes patients with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs), celiac disease, chronic … Continue reading

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Brain fog due to reduced blood flow in CFS

Abstract Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is defined as greater than 6 months of persistent fatigue that is experienced physically and cognitively. The cognitive symptoms are generally thought to be a mild cognitive impairment, but individuals with CFS subjectively describe them … Continue reading

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Brain fog in POTS

Research abstract PURPOSE: Adolescents with postural tachycardia syndrome (POTS) often experience ill-defined cognitive impairment referred to by patients as ‘‘brain fog.’’ The objective of this study was to evaluate the symptom of brain fog as a means of gaining further … Continue reading

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