I'm helping a family member to cope with TBI. You can imagine my excitement and gratitude when I found your page. I devoured every one of your words and wholehearted hope you're now 100% recovered. I'm also wondering if you have any suggestions as to pain management? My family member suffering from TBI has severe headache and pains throughout body, we're at a loss what to do...
Much love and gratitude...Look forward to hearing from you.
Thank you so much for pointing this out to me! I just put a post up on the Propecia forum of CureZone, so hopefully that helps spread the word. I'd be over the moon if what worked for me can help other people out.
Hey, i have these same symptomes since 5 years. Do you already know what the cause is? Or how do you treat / handle with it? I 've seen 20 doctors and nobody knows these symptomes. I'm desperated. Please, let me know if you've the answers. Greetings, hanna, female, 28y
I am not sure how old this thread is, but my question is can you do a Coffee-Enema if you are allergic to coffee?
The dr. that diagnosed me with Celiac said that I am, but I was never a big coffee drinker, and the few times that I did, I noticed nothing, probably because of all the other things I'd been ingesting that are toxic to my body.
I'm having some concerns about a fibroid and really do not wish to be cut open again.
Any advice is appreciated.
Oh, goodness, the genetic thing was just a general comment. We all have genetic anomalies, and looking in from the outside doesn't always tell what's happening.
I had the same response to magnesium oil.
Sea salt is a nonprocessed salt, so, yes, it's good to use with your water. You just want to keep salt and water balanced so you don't feel dried up.
The group is fully moderated, and your post won't show up until someone is ready to answer it and approves it. All in good time.
I just realized that their monthly break will start tonight. That means that they close for one week starting the last Friday night of the month, and they will reopen next Saturday morning. You might be able to get one more post answered today, then you can think about what they say during next week.
Replace synthetic vitamins with whole food vitamins. Try nutritional yeast flakes, recommended by Sally Fallon in the book, "Nourishing Traditions," which are a source of B vitamins. B vitamins are good for the brain.
I am a 33 year old male who has had brain fog for roughly 10 years. I first noticed it when I returned to college at 23 years of age and had difficulty concentrating on my studys. I also started a new job and found that too much stress would completely overload my brain to the point that I could not think clearly for a few hours. For the most part, however, I think the brain for was mild and didn't affect my daily life.
Fast forward 5 years or so and suddenly my brain fog worsens to the point where most days I cannot solve the simplest of problems. I forget so much now, cant recall names that I'm around daily and cannot handle stress in the least. Up until my early 20s, I could think very clearly, solve problems with ease, multitask, and recall information from my memory with little problem.
Ive gone to the doctor for solutions and so far it always leads to anxiety medicine. I just don't feel that this is the way to solve my problem, but more of a coverup of the real issue. Other health issues of mine are IBS, stomach ulcers, and visual snow.
I have tried a few things to help. First I tried multiple herbs that others online claimed to help brain fog. Every one made mine worse and brought along bad headaches. I eliminated gluten and dairy from my diet with no difference in brain fog. Although no dairy seemed to help my IBS some. I thought Sugar may have been the culprit as sometimes sweets would worsen my brain fog. Well that got shot down recently when a few days of free donut breakfasts at work were days that my head felt pretty good.
I should mention that a 4 years ago or so that my stomach ulcers were bothering me more so than normal and I was put on medicine to lower my stomach acid. It does make me wonder if I have something wrong in my gut. Also a normal bowel movement, not diarrhea or anything, seems to trigger brain fog until after I go.
I apologize for this mess of a post but my brain feels overwhelmed. Ive been waiting for months to even make a post but always feel like I cant do it. I'm sure ive left out a lot of information but I will update as it comes to me. I have an upcoming doctors appointment and am open to suggestions on what I should talk to him about or ask him to check on. Thanks for the help.