“Most people don’t recognize the difference between normal and common. Oh, it’s just normal. I’m getting older. No, that’s not normal. It’s common. A lot of people have (brain fog), but it’s not normal and you’re not supposed to lose your brain power as you age.”
–Dr. Tom O’Bryan
In this episode, Dr. Tom O’Bryan discussed the root causes of brain fog, and in addition, he gave everyone simple steps to reduce and even prevent brain fog. So if you ever feel that you are just not as sharp as you’d like to be, then make sure to tune in to this informative talk.
He is considered the Sherlock Holmes (for good reason!) for chronic disease, and he also teaches that recognizing along with addressing the underlying mechanisms that activate an immune response is a map to the highway toward better health.
He holds teaching faculty positions with the Institute for Functional Medicine and the National University of Health Sciences. Furthermore, he’s trained and certified tens of thousands of practitioners worldwide with an advanced understanding of the impact of wheat sensitivity and the development of individual autoimmune diseases, which is incredible.
Additionally, there are numerous wonderful books he’s authored, including, You Can Fix Your Brain and Autoimmune Fix.
[03:36] What Brain Fog Really Encompasses
[15:10] Why Adaptogens are so Powerful and What They Do
[21:20] Here Are Some of the Root Causes of Brain Fog
[31:41] A Goal With Trying Fog Cutter
Lastly, in case you missed it, check out last week’s podcast:
Episode #168 | Reclaiming Your Inner Voice
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