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Re: Brain fog (and other unscientific terms)

Posted by Elizabeth on July 23, 1999, at 0:10:27

In reply to Re: Brain fog, posted by nancy on July 22, 1999, at 18:07:06

> BTW, I told my pdoc about the brain fog. He said that the term was not the scientific one. But, he didn't have a scientific term available. ???Maybe, he has brain fog, too??? hee, hee, hee

I don't have brain fog at the moment, but I do have head chatter. (I told my pdoc that today, and he instantly knew what I was talking about.)

> Some literature says that the "dream-like" state is a psychotic feature. It may be associated with either schitzophrenia or bipolar psychosis. Other resources qualify this fog as related to other conditions. So, I'm not really sure what to do to "air out" this fog.

It could be a residual symptom - i.e. you're not experiencing full-blown psychosis or anything like that. Some people I've met have said that antipsychotic drugs help make their thinking more clear, so maybe that should be on the menu. Though I have to say, antipsychotics or meditation was what my pdoc suggested for head chatter, and I wasn't thrilled.

So, does anyone have any idea of what to do about brain fog and head chatter? :-)




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