The COVID symptom known as “brain fog” can be frustrating and disruptive to daily life.
The good news: post-COVID brain fog isn’t permanent.
However, there’s reason to think COVID-19 may cause blood vessel changes related to brain disease. Neurologists and infectious disease experts are studying the potential connection.
Brain fog can include thinking and processing information at a slower speed, trouble finding the right words, forgetfulness, mental confusion, feeling in “a daze,” and memory issues. Experiencing this sudden lack of mental clarity may feel like early-onset dementia or Alzheimer’s, but they are not the same conditions.
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