What is it?

When you can no longer reason, calculate and think properly, and you have word-finding problems, we call this brain fog. You feel as if you have cotton wool in your head. It often occurs after an accident with a concussion, i.e. Post Emotional Syndrome, Whiplash Syndrome, but also Burn-Out and Fibromyalgia Syndrome and ME/CFS. It is often seen as a symptom of overstrain. But it can also be with you all your life, without any solutions ever being found.
In the Epiphora Method we very often see this brain fog coexisting with a number of other symptoms that we describe in our method. So they are somehow related. Our idea here is as follows: reduced blood flow in the brain can be the direct cause of brain fog, but it can also be the secondary cause. The general loss of capacity that occurs with disturbed blood flow to the brain also automatically makes the person tiptoe to still be able to do everything. Overstrain is therefore always close at hand.

How does the Epiphora Method help with brain fog?

In any case, bring the blood flow of your brain into the best condition through exercise 4 and exercise 5 of the Epiphora Method, and continue the good exercise posture throughout the day. Then see what else you can do with nutrition, exercise, therapy, rehabilitation.
In this way we see most brainfog eventually disappearing, and sometimes returning functionally to make us 'feel' we are going beyond our limits! Even if you have a lifetime of brain fog, this may just be the surprising solution.