If you’re honest with yourself, how’s your sleep schedule going right now?
Let’s see if this scenario sounds familiar — you only slept for 6 hours last night, so tonight, you’ll aim to hop in bed an hour earlier. Yet, you still feel tired in the morning. When the weekend comes, you sleep in, but you’re still tired. It’s like you can never feel rested, no matter how much sleep you get. I’ve been there, and I know how frustrating that can feel.
Did you know that the foods you eat might be causing your migraines and headaches? Blood sugar spikes can be one of the main common causes of headaches, and by regulating your blood sugar levels, you can avoid blood-sugar-related headaches and feel better overall.
We’ve all been there— sometimes we feel unorganized, tired, and unable to concentrate or get our work done. While brain fog is undoubtedly inconvenient and frustrating, there are some things you can do to help clear your mind. Here are some natural ways to help with brain fog.