I can only describe ”brain fog” in a somewhat pedestrian fashion, however those of you who have it will know automatically what I am talking about. It is like cotton wool in your brain on a good day. On a bad day it’s like having electric shocks in your head. The nerve endings go ballistic and the only thing that stops you thinking you have a brain tumour is that you would have been dead considerably earlier. I have had about 4 MRI scans which thankfully have shown nothing untoward.

There are, of course, those who profess that bi-polar doesn’t exist. Be careful with this. I sent off for a CD package and received propaganda from certain groups/organisations urging me to stop taking medication, that it was ‘Big Pharma’ taking over the world. We have all heard this and whilst a utopian goal would be to come off medication, please DO NOT even consider doing so without medical advice and supervision. I will keep you posted on my progress (or lack of) with this.

These brain fogs incorporate memory loss, lack of concentration, an inability to multi-task or even carry out basic functions. Wandering around supermarket aisles spending a ludicrous amount of time being indecisive over what shampoo to buy. It’s very frightening…

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