5 Spiritual Tools for Coping with Brain Fog
It’s like trying to think through a soupy fog so thick you can’t see anything ahead of you. It makes you feel as if you’re moving in slow motion. It causes you to second-guess your contribution to conversations, work, or just basic daily activities such as putting the coffee pot together in the morning. It’s brain fog, and it often arises as part of the array of symptoms brought on by some chronic illnesses or medications, including chemotherapy. As you consult with your doctor about the physical and medical aspects of brain fog, here are some spiritual tools to help you cope:
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