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Many people believe that the brain fog is an unwanted side effect of our fast-paced, industrialized lifestyle. If you are experiencing fatigue, irritability, a moody state- forgetful, cloudy, difficulty focusing, thinking and communicating you might be dealing with a brain fog.

Most of us must chose convenient-but heavily processed foods and factory-farmed meats and sedentary lifestyle while surrounded by electromagnetic fields that distort our healthy/natural brain functioning.

Our food is nutrient deficient, due to stress and emotional pressures we overload with sugar, go to bed late and constantly lack sufficient sleep. This kind of a lifestyle depletes energy levels.

In addition to sleep our brain needs sufficient amount of natural food vitamins and minerals, amino acids, essential fatty acids and glucose.
Good news, the brain fog is a reversible condition but it requires us to address the underlying issues like diet, stress levels, sleep and physical activity as well as detoxing whole body from heavy metals and linked parasites. We should especially pay attention to yeasts like candida, molds and other forms of pollutants including medications, water, air, and surrounding electromagnetic fields from phones ans smart devices.


If you’re not getting enough sleep, you have a higher likelihood of always feeling tired and dealing with brain fog. We need about seven to nine hours of quality sleep in order to be able to think clearly. Children need more.

If you do have enough sleep but still feel brain fog check the quality of your diet:

1. The cause of brain fog might be overdose of sugar, alcohol, refined carbohydrates and caffeine overdose or deficiency of certain nutrients and minerals. Other common brain trigger are fatigue, lack of sleep, prolonged periods of standing, dehydration and feeling weak.
2. On the level of physiology the brain fog is mainly caused by high levels inflammation and changes of dopamine, serotonin and cortisol hormones. If the balance of hormonal function is disturbed the whole system can be thrown off. The solution is in getting hormones and all body functions back in balance.
3. The inflammation, which is at the root of most diseases also causes the brain fog. According to researchers people experiencing the brain fog usually have chronic fatigue, autism, celiac disease, food allergies, gluten intolerance, fibromyalgia, Alzheimer’s disease, mastocytosis, according to a report published in Frontiers in Neuroscience.


Brain fog increases anxiety and depression and suppresses your inspiration and happiness.
Brain fog symptoms:

  • trouble concentrating
  • irritability
  • low energy or fatigue
  • headaches
  • difficulty exercising
  • trouble remembering information
  • feeling hopeless or mildly depressed
  • trouble sleeping
  • anxiety
  • confusion

Natural Treatments

Do not be fooled by advertising of variety of drags producers. One single pill, even a “magical”one, can not make any significant change but it may be a useful part of a well designed strategy for restoring balance of your neurophysiology.

So the regeneration plan should include:

A. Appropriate daily routine, with sufficient sleep, meditation/relaxation and physical activities/sports
B. Elimination of toxic food and drinks, processed food, refined oils, replacement of toxic medications and household items like deodorants, dish and laundry detergents, mattress, and other.
C. Healthy, balanced diet rich with nutrients and minerals from non polluted sources
D. Test your system for hidden inflammations, food allergies and hormonal imbalances

In order to begin the re-balancing plan I would recommend to start with:
1. Good Sleep
Make firm decision to increase length of sleep time to at least 8 hours. The second step is to make your self go to bed by 10 PM, that is the best and fastest way to improve brain function. It also supports hormonal balancing, emotions hunger and food cravings. Lack of sleep raises cortisol levels that increases irritability, depresses dopamine, disturbs serotonin work that leads to poor mood and behavior.

2. Moderate Exercise (too much has negative effects)
Researchers state that moderate exercise releases natural endorphins, helps stress reduction, increase energy levels, lowers inflammation, help balance hormones, it is lifting your mood and your stamina, improve insulin resistance and better sleep. But overexerting yourself increases cortisol and has opposite effects. The appropriate amount of rest is vital. Chose the exercises that make you happier and more energetic. Avoid “forcing” and rest as needed.

3. Relax and get rid of Stress (Make it a priority)
We experience distracting and tiring stress daily in form of emails, texts and cell phone calls, alerts and information overwhelm, noise, electromagnetic interference, etc.
This stress increases cortisol that makes us gain weight, wired and tired, hormonal imbalances, sexual dysfunction, insomnia, depression, anxiety…
Make your #1 priority to get out of boredom and unfocused state that destroys dopamine and leads to addictions, learning disabilities and mental illnesses.
Chronic stress destroys quality of life, so I recommend daily practice of a stress-reducing technique, like Transcendental Meditation ( proven as the most effective), but you can also use praying, spending more time in nature, music, journaling or reading.
Reduce stress by production of the “happy hormone” dopamine. Dopamine is produced when you do things that you love. When it becomes habit dopamine is released every time you do or experience fun activity,engaging in hobbies, spend time with people you love and laugh.

4. Eat Healthy
It is hard to organize health food supply in most of the countries of today’s world. But when we come to the point of being healthy and have life and loosing it all we are forced to make decisions that might not be easy.
a)Instead of purchasing packaged and processed foods loaded with sugar get bulk nontoxic food and prepare it at your home.
b)To fixing brain fog the most important is to cutoff artificial and harmful ingredients – artificial sweeteners. Even at first sugar might make you feel energetic and happier long-term sugar addiction depletes your energy and focus. Artificial refined sugar raises inflammation so it should be replaced with natural, nontoxic ones from fruits and vegetables that make people generally happier. Serotonin is the hormone that keeps us calm, hopeful and confident. Low-carb diet reduces serotonin and leads to increased feeling of vulnerability, insecurity, sadness and anxiety. Things like sweet potatoes, yams, fruit, raw dairy and ancient grains are complex, unprocessed carbohydrates good serotonin increasing sources that realign hormones, reduce inflammation, improve focus and memory and make us happier.
c)Protein and Fats -To think clearly we require presence of amino acids (essential amino acids) and essential fatty acids. Low-fat diet increases inflammation and is linked to depression, cognitive decline, weight gain and many other disorders. American diet is low in anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids and rich in pro-inflammatory omega-6 fats – refined vegetable oils and farm-raised animal products. Healthy fats that help manage inflammation and produce adequate happiness hormones are coming from coconut and olive oil, avocado, and nuts/seeds. Quality, nontoxic sources of protein for non vegetarians are grass-fed beef, cage-free eggs, pasture-raised poultry and wild fish, and vegetarians get it from nuts, beans and seeds that that support a positive mind-set.

5. Check if you have hidden Food Allergies & Hormonal Imbalance
Food sensitivity that is linked to gut damage affects brain function. For example the symptoms of lactose intolerance can cause significant changes in the gut microbiota that influences our overall health. An allergy triggers inflammatory reactions and lmost every cell, tissue and system in the body suffers. It is expressed by the gut-brain connection that affects everything from nutrient absorption to hormone-synthesizing.
To regain your energy and solve underlying adrenal or hormonal issues I would recommend to avoid gluten rich products and eliminate non-organic, pasteurized dairy, white/refined carbohydrates, hydrogenated oils, processed and packaged foods, caffeine, alcohol and excess sugar and find out if it helps. Get enogh rest, exercise and use hormone-balancing healthy fats, proteins and plenty of fresh vegetables.
Supplements and Quantum Healing
There’s no substitute for a healthy lifestyle: diet, regular rest, exercise, and a fun with friends and family. But certain supplements can help to speed up the healing process.
Adaptogens like holy basil, maca and ashwagandha −help dealing with fatigue and stress.
B vitamins help convert nutrients so you’re in the optimal range.
Omega-3 is helping lower inflammation, balance of fatty acids and support brain health.

This is a formula that contains G O T U K O L A – (Centella asiatica) and G I N K G O – (Ginkgo biloba)
D I R E C T I O N S : Heat your water until just before it boils. Add the matcha and whisk until no powdery clumps remain. In a blender combine the green tea with the butter OR coconut oil. You may try and find results.
To make it easier and faster we may also start using benefits of quantum technology instruments and support it with all previously mentioned lifestyle changes.

Quantum healing technology, like Spooky2 frequency generator, can make great significance for reducing the brain fog very fast since it can support our detoxing 24 hours a day through remote programs and also through direct contact treatments. It can be also done by Scalar Spooky2 machine that can also operate 24 hours a day in our house or work place. For more info visit https://www.spooky2.com/buy-spooky2-generators/ and https://www.spooky2scalar.com/product/spooky2-scalar/

NOTE: According to Dr. Axe, “Certain medications can lead to brain fog, including antidepressants, stimulants, sleep aids, antipsychotics and even blood pressure medications. There’s speculation that many medications increase brain inflammation and impair hormone function. If you regularly take any prescriptions and have noticed changes in your mood and energy, talk to your doctor about what you can do to minimize brain fog symptoms”.


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