What is brain fog, what are the symptoms? (Corona is seen in one of every 10 patients with the virus)

Brain fog, which manifests itself with symptoms such as momentary memory loss, confusion, concentration impairment, difficulty in speech, is seen in one out of every 10 patients with coronavirus. In a few months, the patient is expected to overcome the disease with the support of a doctor. So what are the symptoms of brain fog? How is brain fog treated?

The long-term effects of the Coronavirus continue to be investigated, it has been revealed that patients with mild symptoms experience more neurological disorders that affect the brain and nervous system day by day. One of them is “Brain Fog”, which is thought to be caused by the effect of the coronavirus.

Brain fog indicates that people have difficulties in cognitive functions and accompany many chronic diseases.

It is thought that the immunogenic antibodies formed due to the infection caused by the corona virus may have been caused by accidentally attacking the nervous system or the damaged nerve cells sending false signals to each other.


– Difficulty –


attention – Loss of

concentration – Difficulty in finding words while speaking – Not being able to gather your  thoughts – Difficulty for pages without understanding what you have

read  – Difficulty in making decisions on important issues – Not being able to finish any  work that has started – Not being able to do the job at the same time – Having difficulty in every job that requires male performance


-The first issue to be considered in the treatment of brain fog is nutrition. A gluten-free, sugar-free and dairy-free nutrition program should be applied for 3 months. In this nutrition program, mainly include fresh vegetables and fruits, healthy oils such as olive oil, butter, coconut, the right protein sources, raw nuts and fermented products on your tables.

If there is chronic stress, you can get support to reduce your psychological stress and get a better sleep pattern. If you have difficulty falling asleep, herbs such as valerian, lemon balm, marjoram, anise, St. John’s wort will help you sleep, along with melatonin support. 

– It is known that even short 20-minute walks in the open air by increasing your physical activity are good for brain fog. It will also be good to spend time outdoors, by the sea, and in nature on weekends.