Latest "brain fog" News

04/04/2022

What's behind lingering COVID brain fog?

Source: ABC News

03/28/2022

New Study Finds Post-COVID Brain Fog Is Real: HV Patch Q&A

New York Medical College found problems with focus, fatigue, forgetfulness and more. "These complaints are not imagined," researchers said.

Source: Avon, CT Patch

03/27/2022

How covid brain fog may overlap with 'chemo brain' and Alzheimer's

Researchers say the brain inflammation in long covid is similar to that in cancer patients.

Source: The Washington Post

03/23/2022

What Is 'Brain Fog' (and When Is It Serious?)

The term brain fog can mean a lot of different things. Here's when to see a doctor.

Source: Lifehacker.com

03/15/2022

Got Brain Fog Because Of Long COVID? Here's Why, And How To Cope.

Even mild coronavirus infections can lead to memory and concentration problems. Here's what experts know about treating them.

Source: HuffPost

02/12/2022

Do you have brain fog after COVID? Doctor explains signs

One of the most common symptoms of long COVID may be going ignored by people who have it.

Source: Newsnationnow.com

02/10/2022

Muscle pain, fatigue, brain fog: Doctors grapple for answers about long COVID in kids

Scientists don't yet know how many kids will suffer long COVID symptoms, or why some suffer for longer. It's too soon to know the lifetime impacts.

Source: NorthJersey.com

01/24/2022

COVID Brain Fog a 'True Neurologic Condition'

Preexisting risk factors and immune system activation may explain why some COVID patients and not others experience cognitive symptoms.

Source: Medscape

01/23/2022

Brain fog problem returns to haunt Covid-19 survivors

As the fast-moving third wave moves towards its peak, cases of a debilitating post-Covid complication, “brain fog,” are already being reported among survivors. The symptom, which was noted in the second wave, is being reported in rising frequency among Covid-…

Source: Deccan Herald

01/22/2022

Is Covid causing brain fog? New study claims its due to virus' effect on spinal fluid

As brain fog and other symptoms have been considered part  of long Covid, the Omicron spread is believed to be bringing back these symptoms.The researchers are hopeful that their study will help the physicians understand better why people are experiencing bra…

Source: Livemint

01/22/2022

In-Depth: COVID brain fog linked to changes in spinal fluid

A new study suggests many people with cognitive symptoms have abnormalities in their spinal fluid. These anomalies can be detected months after the initial bout with the virus, even in patients who were never hospitalized for COVID.

Source: 10News

01/21/2022

Post-COVID ‘brain fog’ could be result of virus changing patients’ spinal fluid

New research is finally providing some potential answers to why people have difficulty concentrating, thinking clearly, and completing easy daily tasks after battling COVID.

Source: FOX 31 Denver

01/21/2022

UCSF scientists detect anomalies in people with post-COVID 'brain fog'

Scientists studying the persistent “brain fog” that plagues many people after a bout...

Source: San Francisco Chronicle

01/20/2022

Post-COVID ‘brain fog’ could be result of virus changing patients’ spinal fluid

Cases of “brain fog” among COVID patients are becoming more and more common, even among people recovering from mild infections.

Source: fox8.com

01/19/2022

Post-COVID ‘brain fog’ could be result of virus changing patients’ spinal fluid

Tests reveal 10 of the 13 participants with cognitive symptoms had anomalies within their cerebrospinal fluid.

Source: Study Finds

01/12/2022

Long COVID brain fog found similar to 'chemo brain'; clip-on device shows promise in virus detection

The following is a summary of some recent studies on COVID-19. They include research that warrants further study to corroborate the findings and that has yet to be certified by peer review.

Source: Reuters

01/12/2022

COVID SCIENCE-Long COVID brain fog found similar to 'chemo brain'; clip-on device shows promise in virus detection

People who had COVID-19 "frequently experience lingering neurological symptoms, including impairment in attention, concentration, speed of information...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

01/10/2022

When your 'brain fog' isn't menopause - it's middle-age ADHD

Some experts believe that a number of middle-aged women could be putting their ADHD symptoms down to the menopause and will not be getting the help they need.

Source: Daily Mail

12/14/2021

'Brain fog' during menopause is real – it can disrupt women's work and spark dementia fears

The symptoms of menopause, which can include sleep disturbance, depression, anxiety and ‘brain fog’ can span perimenopause and last for up to ten years.

Source: The Conversation Africa

10/26/2021

COVID-19 side effects could include memory loss, brain fog, researchers find

Memory loss and "brain fog" may be long-term side effects of COVID-19, according to researchers.

Source: Fox News

10/26/2021

‘Brain fog’ set in after recovering from COVID? You’re not alone, study finds

Some who recover from COVID-19 are experiencing memory loss and other cognitive problems known as “brain fog,” researchers found.

Source: fox8.com

10/25/2021

Memory loss and brain fog may be side effects of contracting COVID-19, new study shows

Long-term COVID-19 symptoms could be memory loss and other cognitive dysfunctions, commonly labelled as "brain fog."

Source: USA Today

10/24/2021

Brain fog in COVID-19 patients can persist for months, even in those who were not hospitalized, study finds

Cognitive impairment — described as brain fog — can persist for months in COVID-19 patients, even for some who were not hospitalized, according to a new study.

Source: KSL.com

10/22/2021

Brain fog in Covid-19 patients can persist for months, even in those who were not hospitalized, study finds

Cognitive impairment -- described as brain fog -- can persist for months in Covid-19 patients, even for some who were not hospitalized, according to a new study.

Source: CNN

10/13/2021

Long COVID brain fog: What we know about the cognitive impact

What do we know about the long-term neurocognitive impact of COVID-19, and what are we yet to learn? This Special Feature and podcast investigate

Source: Medical News Today