Brain Fog Part Two FDN

September 30, 2015

Brain Fog: Part 2

(Did you miss Part 1? Read it here!) Brain fog affects millions of people of all ages. It is true that age is a contributor to cognitive decline.  However, those “senior or spacey moments” actually have less to do with the number of years you’ve been on the planet than they do with your overall health. This troublesome lapse of cognitive ability is a condition called brain fog. What is Brain Fog? Brain Fog is
Adrenal Fatigue Whipping a Tired Body FDN
Due to the fast paced and convenience driven lifestyle that has become so common, few of us are as healthy as we think. In a world where nearly everyone is run down, it’s easy to accept as normal. But in reality, this is a compromised state of health that deprives you of a much better quality of life and can eventually lead to serious disease.   What is Adrenal Fatigue? Although not formally recognized by
Brain Fog Part One FDN
What Causes Brain Fog? It happens to the best of us.  Everyone, from time to time, suffers from a little lapse in mental clarity. We’ve all had moments where we forgot a name, misplaced our keys, had trouble producing a word, or just felt a bit hazy. We often joke about experiencing “senior moments” and feeling “spacey.”  However, if you are having regular bouts of memory loss, feeling lost or confused, or having trouble concentrating, it
Can You Conquer Candida FDN
Do your clients complain about constantly craving sugar and carbohydrates? Do they struggle with feeling tired most of the time? Are they wondering why they have sinus congestion, bloating and/or brain fog every day? It just might be a classic case of Candida overgrowth. Over 70% of Americans are believed to have some stage of Candida, yet almost none of them knows it. Perhaps this is because most physicians don’t recognize Candida overgrowth as a
Is Your Memory Stressing You Out
As I mentioned in my article about the effects of stress, all it takes is a single thought to initiate a cascade that will undermine your health. Like most people, you probably have a lot going on and have a to-do list that’s a mile long. It’s bad enough when a forgotten task alarmingly pops in your in your head, but then you worry about forgetting it again and it just lingers unpleasantly in your
Whats So Great About Being Normal
If you follow a lot of mainstream health and fitness information, you’re bound to be shocked by some of the things I say. But shock is good if it means getting the truth out, and at the least, it will hopefully open your mind a bit. To set the stage, I want to discuss something I find very disappointing, and that is “normal” health. How many people do you know that drag themselves out of