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The 5 Main Types of Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple sclerosis, or MS, is an autoimmune disorder in which the nervous system attacks the protective coverings (myelin) of nerve fibers. This distorts communication between the brain and body, resulting in damage to brain, spinal cord, and optic nerve function, and even gradual loss of mobility in many cases. According...
Anxiety May Lead to Alzheimer’s, Research Says
Spontaneous panic attacks, perpetual stress, a rapid heartbeat, profuse sweating, and unrealistic worries are only some of the things that a person with anxiety disorder suffers through nearly every day. In 2016, anxiety disorders affected 275 million people worldwide, and the numbers are only rising. And if anxiety itself weren’t...
7 Ways To Manage Brain Fog
Brain fog is defined as persistent mental fatigue, short-term memory issues, and problems with focus and concentration. While it commonly occurs in middle-aged and older individuals due to reduced sex hormone production, it can also affect younger people. This doesn’t make it normal though, as prolonged brain fog can impair...
Brain Fog: 7 Potential Causes
Occasional forgetfulness is normal and common. However, for some people, these episodes of memory issues and confusion become a regular, near-permanent occurrence. Medically termed as brain fog, it is a form of cognitive dysfunction that is defined by mental fatigue alongside memory, focus, and concentration issues. However, brain fog is...