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This change can cause our attention to be more easily sidetracked, which can cause split attention and focus making it seem like our thoughts are foggy. Persistent anxiousness and its stress response consequences can cause persistent brain function changes.
As we mentioned in point one, stress hormones suppress the rationalization areas of the brain (the cortex) and increase the activity in the fear center of the brain (the amygdala).
It will completely disappear when the body’s stress has returned to a healthy level.
Yes, brain fog and foggy head can be uncomfortable and problematic as it pertains to thinking. Again, brain fog and foggy head are common indications of an overly stressed body. Eliminating your body’s overly stressed state will eliminate the brain fog and foggy head symptoms in time.
Brain fog, foggy head can change from day to day, and/or from moment to moment.
All of the above combinations and variations are common.
Brain fog, foggy head can come and go rarely, occur frequently, or persist indefinitely.
The more anxious we are, the more persistent these changes become.
There are a number of reasons why brain fog and foggy head symptoms occur. An active stress response suppresses the rationalization areas of the brain (the cortex) and increases the areas of the brain reactive to danger (the amygdala and others).
This change in brain functioning makes us more aware of danger and increases our reaction to it.
When the body becomes tired, it has a harder time functioning normally, including processing, storing, and retrieving information.
As well, studies have shown that the brain tires more quickly than the rest of the body.