Brain Fog

Clouding of consciousness (also known as brain fog or mental fog) occurs when a person is slightly less wakeful or aware than normal.

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Brain fog is a mental state characterized by slow thinking, confusion, low alertness, haziness, and difficulty in processing information (collectively known as cognitive difficulties). It often occurs due to a lack of blood flow to the brain and stress.

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