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  • Writer's pictureBrad Johnson

Got Brain Fog?

Many of us have felt the lingering effects of brain fog after having Covid-19 and wonder if there’s a way to improve brain health. Dr. Jill Johnson, ND works with patients who are experiencing problems with memory, including brain fog. Cognitive decline has a wide range and set of causes that requires careful review. The classic signs of early-stage cognitive decline can vary depending on the underlying cause and the individual, but some common signs include:

Memory loss: This can include forgetting recent events, appointments, or conversations. It may also involve repeating the same question or story multiple times.

Difficulty with problem-solving: This can manifest as trouble with simple arithmetic or logic problems, or difficulty following instructions.

Decreased ability to plan and organize: This can result in difficulty with everyday tasks such as managing finances or keeping track of appointments.

Impaired judgment: People experiencing cognitive decline may make poor decisions, such as giving away large sums of money or falling for scams.

Changes in mood or personality: Cognitive decline can result in changes in mood or behavior, including increased anxiety, depression, or apathy.

It is important to note that experiencing one or more of these symptoms does not necessarily mean that an individual is experiencing cognitive decline, and it is important to consult with your naturopathic doctor for a proper diagnosis.

If you or a loved one is beginning to experience these sorts of cognitive difficulties, please book a free 15-minute Exploratory call with Dr. Jill at


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