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The exact cause of migraines is unknownNHS, although they are thought to be the result of temporary changes, or abnormal brain activity which can affect nerve signals, chemicals and blood vessels in the brain. It could also relate to your health conditions (e.g. chronic headache), vital energy or specific hormone balance at the given time. Such as levels of ...


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well once I woke up that was easy to find These short-term declines stem from temporary changes in the brain rather than cold or flu symptoms themselves, he said. Seasonal viruses reduce mental alertness by interfering with neurotransmitters such as noradrenaline, associated with reaction times. https://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/health-and-...


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It may be caused by excessive energy used to defeat the viruses or adverse bacteria-the triggers of cold and flu. Your body lacks enough energy to operate the physical activity, which affects the oxygen transmitting to your brain, so you could feel tired or fatigue to think or finish a simple motion. Also, cold medicines commonly have certain side effects ...


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It's normal to feel exhausted after 6 hours straight on a computer. Stop taking fluoride and hallogens in water, that will help any latent/semi permanent brain fog, also take breaks, every hours, of 10-25 minutes. Other poisonous substances can cause "brain fog". Also look for Iodine food source to detoxify fluoride and hallogens (raw cranberry smoothie ...


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