Brain Fog: Three Surprising Reasons Why You Feel Foggy

Brain Fog: Three Surprising Reasons Why You Feel Foggy

Everyone has an “off” day where you just don’t feel like yourself. Perhaps you are:

Readily identifiable causes may enhance these symptoms, such as a bad night’s rest or having a cold. But, if they last for a time, they could be tied to a larger problem that’s harder to define. So, if you’re tired of feeling tired, consider these surprising but common issues.


Do you regularly suffer from:

It could be because of BioToxin illness. BioToxin illness occurs when your body has trouble removing the BioToxins that are produced and aerosolized by mold, which is prevalent in all sorts of indoor and outdoor environments.

Most molds are of the toxic variety, and feed on everyday items around the home, including paper, wood, and organic materials. Hard to find, and often hiding inside the walls or under refrigerators or sinks,

BioToxin illness can be hard to pinpoint, simply because the symptoms are vague, and the cause is generally invisible. Luckily, the Lamkin Clinic offers a simple lab test, HLA haplotype, to determine if you are susceptible to BioToxins in your immediate environment.

Thyroid Disease

If you are feeling foggy and tired, and have also had issues with losing or maintaining weight, your thyroid could be to blame. Thyroid disease affects at least 27 million (and up to 60 million) Americans, and can have a wide range of exhausting symptoms, including cognitive problems, a foggy brain, and general weariness and fatigue.

It can also throw a big wrench in your ability to maintain a healthy weight, as it slows your metabolism to a crawl, and affects your blood sugar ad insulin resistance. Simply put, if you think you have an issue with your thyroid, contact the Lamkin Clinic for easy diagnostic testing and solutions that are both in-depth and fit in with your everyday life. 


What you eat can have a surprisingly huge impact on how you feel, and if your diet is out of whack, there’s a big chance it affects your ability to function at your best.

Foods that are high in unrefined carbs, fats, and sugars literally slow you down and can give you a momentary boost of energy that is followed by hours of lethargy and decreased concentration.

If your diet could use a makeover, contact the Lamkin Clinic about our Nutritional Services and Medical Weight Loss plans, which will get your body – and your brain – back on track. 

We Can Help Treat Brain Fog

At the Lamkin Clinic, we have the knowledge and tools available to assist with your chronic fatigue. So when you’re ready to get back to your energized self, schedule your consultation. Let’s get to work at making you feel better from the inside out. 


Article Name Brain Fog: Three Surprising Reasons Why You Feel Foggy
Description Feeling fatigued and foggy? The reasons behind your brain fog may be more complicated – and more surprising - than you think.

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