CONDITIONS THAT CAN LEAD TO BRAIN FOG
The tick-borne condition often starts with a bull's eye rash, but brain fog can follow. If you feel confused and know you were bitten by a tick recently, talk to your doctor as soon as possible.
Some people with celiac disease report feeling disoriented when they eat the protein found in wheat and other grains. If you have celiac disease, staying away from all gluten may keep you clear headed.
The headaches can make you feel drained, confused, moody, or weak. If you get migraines often, ask your doctor about preventive meds that can treat side effects.
Could your unborn baby be behind your forgetfulness? Research suggests hormonal changes like those that take place during pregnancy can impact memory.
Classic signs of depression are also hallmarks of brain fog. Luckily, medications and forms of therapy used to treat depression can also help clear up those cognitive symptoms.