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Brain Fog in Lyme Disease. You Can Fix It.

Brain Fog in Lyme Disease: What is it?

There are two kinds of brain fog in Lyme disease. Some people have both forms.

  • The first kind is a feeling or sensation of cloudiness or fogginess of the head.
  • The second type is a problem with brain function where a person cannot think. People with thinking problems usually can have problems with short term memory, confusion, poor attention, word finding, or concentration.

Brain fog that is a sensation of cloudiness or fogginess is due to a build up of cytokine inflammation chemicals and another chemical made in brain infections called quinolinic acid.  It can also be due to a build up of toxins in the blood from mold or yeast overgrowth in the intestines.

The poor brain function type of Lyme disease is due to

  • cytokines,
  • direct effect of Lyme and the coinfection bartonella, or
  • toxins from Lyme, mold, or yeast overgrowth in the intestines.

Use this written and video article to improve brain fog in Lyme disease by

  • treating infections,
  • lowering cytokines and quinolinic acid,
  • detoxing,
  • repairing nerve injury
  • and fixing mitochondria cell energy factories.

Step One: Treat Infections

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