Brain Fog

Stop losing track of what you were doing

What can brain fog look like?

  • forgetfulness
  • reduced mental clarity or not feeling as “sharp” as you used to
  • reduced ability to problem-solve or think creatively
  • reduced productivity
  • lack of motivation
  • sleepy in the afternoon
  • difficulty focusing on task at hand
  • “what did I come into this room for?” syndrome

Possible causes

  • toxicity
  • blood sugar imbalance
  • chronic yeast infections in the gut
  • food intolerances
  • chronic inflammation

Imagine a future where

  • you breeze through the afternoon with plenty of focus and energy
  • your improved focus makes you more productive
  • you feel clear and alert
  • you always remember where you left your keys

Dr. Tracy McAlvanah uses a functional medicine approach to determine the root causes of issues like brain fog and treat the “whole person” so you can get back to enjoying your life.

Is there a physical cause for your brain fog?

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