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Are you struggling with brain fog?


Brain fog is a cognitive symptom that can be experienced by women over 40. It is characterised by difficulty focusing, remembering, and thinking clearly. 

Fortunately, there are several strategies you can use to help reduce the severity and frequency of brain fog. 

  • Eating a well-balanced diet that emphasizes healthy fats, complex carbohydrates, and nutrient-dense foods can help improve your mental clarity and reduce brain fog. 
  • Eating a diet that is low in processed foods and high in fruits, vegetables, and lean sources of protein can help provide your body with the essential nutrients it needs to function optimally. 
  • Consuming plenty of water throughout the day can help keep your brain hydrated and functioning properly. 
  • B-complex vitamins, omega-3 fatty acids, and magnesium are all known to help improve cognitive functioning and reduce brain fog. Magnesium Threonate is very useful. I have a 10% discount available on all practitioner grade supplements so reach out if you would like to take advantage. 
  • Sleep deprivation can increase the severity of brain fog, so it’s important to make sure you get enough sleep each night. 

We can test your hormones to see if that is the root cause of your brain fog.

Check out hormone support here https://trishtuckermay.com/the-natural-menopause-program/

Email trish@trishtuckermay.com

Phone: 07984 326 956

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