Removal of Brain Clouds
Brain Fog isn’t a medical condition. It is a term used for certain symptoms that can affect a person’s ability to think. A person may feel confused or disorganized or find it hard to focus or put thoughts into words.
Some things that help improve brain fog are: sleeping 8-9 hours per night, managing stress by knowing limitations, exercising, strengthening brain power by volunteering, or solving brain puzzles, and finding enjoyable learning activities.
Making meaning fast and making decisions fast are not very sound judgements. There are strategies to create distance between fast and slow making of meaning for wise decisions.
Adolescents are likely to not think before they act and will not pause to consider the consequence of their actions. There are many techniques to sound and successful decision making.
Brain timing is important. Learning is most effective when the brain is in acquisition mode. New research shows that the timing of learning cues plays an important role in how menial associations arise, and elucidates brain pathways involved in the learning process.
Before an exam, the brain could use the following activities: get a good night’s sleep, eat a protein rich and glucose rich meal, drink water, get moving- walking and exercise, mellow out, stretch, breathe, and sit up.