Losing one’s train of thought mid-sentence, forgetting where one’s phone or keys have been placed, and not remembering where one parked are all common occurrences. Brain fog has happened to everyone, and most likely more than once. However, there are those who experience this phenomenon on a more frequent basis. Scientists have now linked frequent occurrences of brain fog to various aspects of one’s health and lifestyle. For more, click brain-fog-and-its-connection-to-your-health-examiner-com.

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