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Brain fog can often be the result of lifestyle factors that affect how well the brain functions. Modern life and a busy calendar can mean that the brain may not get enough rest to function at its best.
Causes of brain fog that relate to someone’s lifestyle include:
- lack of sleep
- low energy from physical inactivity
If constant stress and difficulty sleeping are affecting someone’s memory and concentration, making some lifestyle changes can help overcome these problems.
Changes to diet and exercise can also increase a person’s energy levels and improve mental focus.