... I also used to experience a lot of fatigue and could barely function but ADHD drugs helped dramatically with this. However the brain fog and confusion still continue on and off. ... (1 replies)
... nced the as is mentioned in few other closed post without any proper conclusion. Morning 6 am I woke up with heartbeat like pounding on upper surface or the left brain just few inches above ear, also I am expeiriencing a pain at a particular spot on back periodically. I would like to know if anyone have figured or what is it ? ... (0 replies)
sorry to hear. I have all the same symptoms for a l long time but no real
answer. I know one thing that ruined my life and made my situation from
mild to horrible was getting anesthesia.
One thing that helps a little is belly breathing. (1 replies)
... I hope and pray that I never have to have surgery again, I live with the fear that if I do have to have surgery again, that my brain will never come back.. I can't tell you how scary that is. ... (3 replies)
... You can also train your brain with functional neurology type excersizes. ... (2 replies)
... I already had an MRI of the brain done on December 27, 2014, and nothing has changed for me since then. ... (2 replies)
... Hi All,
Apologies if this is the wrong forum, this is my first post.
For about 2 years I have been experiencing 'brain fog', with sore eyes and a general feeling of unwellness. I feel a little lightheaded, but I never feel like I'm going to faint. I don't have any chronic headache issues, just regular amount of headaches, mostly starting in my neck.
One thing I know for... (0 replies)
... My brain has been feeling itchy the last couple of weeks. Anyone know what causes this? ... (0 replies)
... I had a stent placed in a vein that drains blood from my brain because I had Increased intracranial pressure. ... (0 replies)
... which last for a couple of hours. Afterwards I feel exhausted and just want to sleep. These sometimes occur as your brain adjusts to the changes apparently. ... (1 replies)
... My mom had knee replacement surgery at age 86 and was never the same. She had some trouble coming out from the anesthetic and her brain never fully recovered. ... (3 replies)
... sn't concerned, said it was a big trauma to her body and it takes time to recover. My mom is very bothered by it so went back to the doctor and had an MRI of the brain done. It came back normal. Her doctor is suggesting seeing a neurologist and doing occupational therapy for the memory. ... (3 replies)
... You should have a brain MRI done to get more details (2 replies)
... While playing videogames my brain has, what it seems to be, rewired to the game itself. The game I play is a fast paced FPS that requires my brain to think fast. Due to this I just zone out when I try to read words and solve math problems I forget stupid details. ... (0 replies)
... What does a spot on the brain mean. ... (1 replies)
... Hello all,
Ever since early years in school I've had these brain fog/cognitive impairments. Would come & go at times but now happens everyday at random times.
My "brain fog" symptoms:
- Occurs once every day has occured twice in one day on a few occaisions.
- Short lasting (20-30 seconds), sudden onset of "cognitive impairment"... as though my IQ drops from normal... (0 replies)
... I would like to how to deal with a popping in my brain. I am not sure if it is a nervous system or veins in the brain. I had it started for a long time since 1995 and I did an MRI quess what, they could not find the source that cause my head to pop. Please tell me what to do? By the way it pops for 24 hours a day. (0 replies)
... I feel like my brain is shutting down and I can't process thoughts. Sometimes my brain feels swollen and, of course, I am extremely depressed. I feel like an emotionless Zombie. All I can do most days is lie in bed and sob constantly. ... (1 replies)
... with a clear change in MRI without any changes in the brain lesions, still have not been told what the main condition actually is or could possibly be. ... (2 replies)
... My problem area is right side of body. This was the first time I seen my brain after many MRIs . ... (0 replies)