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Feel Like In A Fog
4months after concussion I don't feel like myself. Brain fog, feeling like im going to pass out, headache. Ct after injury normal. Go to neuro or psychiatr?
Recommend: Follow up with a neurologist. Take care. ...Read more
See a neurologist: Maybe need scan of your brain.Get a more detailed answer ›
See psychiatrist: Several conditions come 2 mind this is frequently depressed pts say but u need a work up. ...Read more
Can stress make your head feel like it's in a fog/haze? If you close your eyes for a split sec you will fall over?
Stress can cause any: Number of symptoms at any time. However, if your symptoms are not improving or curtailing your ability to do what you new or want to do, it's time for a check up. ...Read more
See Fam Dr. ASAP.:
Brain fog is not brain dead. This is mixing a colloquial slang expression for a medical clinical expression. Clinically brain dead means no eeg wave activity is being seen.
Brain fog can be due to medical or emotional causes anything from vitamin deficiencies to more serious conditions that can be life threatening. Depression, ptsd, r psychiatric causes of varying severity, meds se's also. See fdr. ...Read more
I did extra lasik in 23/6/2013. Sometimes I feel like a fog in my left eye that cause different between right&left eyes. What's a problem what can ido?
Several: There are a variety of possible causes, especially if the problem comes and goes, including dry eye disease. You really need to discuss with your lasik surgeon and get an answer based upon the results of his/her examimation. ...Read more
I've got a pain & burn in my left eye. I did lasik on 23/7/2013. Sometimes I feel like a fog on it. What is this & what can I do?
I'm 40 years old, female, and feel like I am in a fog and can't concentrate and have no motivation.?
Comprehensive: Need a full physical evaluation including medication and supplements list and sleep situation as well as psychological evaluation for depression or other illness. There are many self help things you can do along the way such as healthy diet, good sleep, and talking to people you trust about your situation. Do not delay, time lost is lost. ...Read more
Under the weather and allergies, feels like I am in a fog. Been taking zyrtec and nasal spray. Exhausted lately.?
I feel like my brain is in constant 'fog'. I don't remember a lot of things I learn. I'm 24, healthy not anxious or depressed.
Need evaluation: For this problem, you need to start with a good evaluation with your physician. There are many possibilities for feeling in a "fog, " -- including alcohol or drug use, hypothyroidism, infections, head injury, etc, please get started by working with your primary care doctor. Be well. ...Read more
When I eat pig or salmon, I start to feel like I m spaced out, brain fog or something. What can be the cause? I don't have cholesterol or anything
Hangover due to food: Certain food allergies can prompt cytokine release which feel subjectively like being instantly hung-over if you will. A food diary documenting as best you can what you have eaten shortly before you develop your symptoms can help - thus avoiding those foods and associated dish combinations that may include them. Allergy testing may help to identify concretely that you actually have these allergies. ...Read more
I have fibro, was diag. With extreme fibro fog 2 days ago & body jerks all over, but now stumblin', swayin' when walk, feel like fallin bakward, fibro 2?
Fibromyalgia: Fibromyalgia is often associated with myoclonus, a brief, involuntary twitching of muscles. That may explain your body jerking all over. Stumbling and swaying could be either due to fibromyalgia-related muscle weakness, possibly of your legs, or medication side effects. But you may have some other underlying neurological disorder such as multiple sclerosis... Please check with your doctor. ...Read more
Depression / anxiety: The most common reason an otherwise healthy person becomes confused about everything is some mixture of depression and/or anxiety. Of course, getting a physical checkup makes sense. But while you are doing it ask for a referral to a psychiatrist or a good therapist. Try a depression or anxiety quiz on psych central to see if you might have those symptoms. ...Read more
Many approaches!: A burst of Adrenalin helps activate anyone. A five minute burst of intense activity can help. Caffeine in coffee, theophylline in tea, and guarani in herbal preps can help. If these do not work: two more options! Buproprion-xl or the use of Provigil /nuvigil can help. Avoid amphetamines and Ritalin (methylphenidate) like drugs. These will not help arthritis sx, or inprobe sleep. ...Read more
Brain fog: Is a state of mind with subtle confusion and lack of mental clarity. Causes can be stress, depression, sleep apnea, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, insomnia, hypersomnolence, chemotherapy, lyme's disease, nutritional deficiencies, depersonalization disorder, mononucleosis, blood sugar abnormalities, thyroid abnormalities, severe hypertension, renal failure, anything that can cause low blood oxygen levels such as emphysema, copd, congestive heart failure, and chronically low blood pressure.Best wishes. ...Read more