mental fog

A condition that affects all ages and which is characterised by confusion, decreased clarity of thought, and forgetfulness. It can lead to minor depression and, per some, crime and delinquency. Despite its frequency, it is not regarded as a 'real’ condition
Aetiology BF can be triggered by physical, psychological and per some, biochemical and spiritual factors including, allegedly, adrenal exhaustion, food and chemical reactions, nutritional deficiencies, stress, depression, or denial
Management Proper sleep hygiene, counselling, meditation, good diet, exercise

mental fog

Clouding of consciousness, usually with some loss of memory.
References in classic literature ?
On the expiration of the half-hour Noel Vanstone presented himself at North Shingles, with the ardor of a lover burning inextinguishably in his bosom, through the superincumbent mental fog of a thoroughly bewildered man.
Then, as if operated by a remote control consul, Fury, near miraculously, emerged from the thick mental fog that enveloped him, bolted to his feet and fought to the final bell.
One wouldn't know it from his energetic, incisive conversation, but he mentions a kind of "mental fog" as he gradually heals.
Some days I feel 10 steps ahead, while other days leave me with massive headaches and mental fog.
"After a couple of sugarless weeks I can hardly believe these are my knees!" "The mental fog that went with the roller-coaster quest for sugar is gone," she said.
It's particularly helpful when you are nursing a writer's mental fog, popularly known as a "the writer's block".
He still wrestles with the mental fog and tries to piece together the minutes following the slaying.
A lot of individuals are suffering attempting all types of diets, pills, and treatments to clear their mental fog, to spice up energy and lose weight.
At some point, perhaps as the mental fog lifts from an overly ambitious Sunday lunch, comes what R.K.
"Tracking any memory problems in a daily journal will help you pinpoint those times when you're most likely to feel the mental fog set in, so that you can avoid scheduling important tasks when you aren't as alert."
It should be considered in patients with mental fog, nausea, vomiting, visual loss, increased anion gap, and metabolic acidosis and its treatment should be begun as soon as possible.