Let’s Talk Thyroid Symptoms:

Brain Fog+ Hashimoto’s

🧠 🌫 Do you have those days where you can’t remember a word mid-sentence, can’t focus or it takes you longer to ‘think’? Could be brain fog.

Whilst brain fog isn’t a technical medical term, it’s a pretty common way of describing those impacts on brain function. Like fatigue (& often going along with it), it’s a very common Hashimoto’s symptom.

I know we all can be forgetful but if this is happening more often and is impacting your functioning it’s worth exploring further.

I can’t remember (🤣) if this was a big problem for me early on but it is something that flares up for me from time to time.

Tips:

🦠 How is your gut health? The gut-brain connection is now well studied. If you have brain fog issues, look at your diet (esp gluten, sugar & dairy) and gut flora. When I’ve run 30 day challenges in the past and people cut these out strictly, a common improvement is in the ability to think clearly.

🩸Get your bloods checked through your doctor. Perhaps you’ll need some medication or adjustment in medication. 

🩺 Seeing a natural health practitioner to look at nutritional deficiencies might help (we will look at Vitamin D deficiencies later this month).

💦 Essential oils like rosemary and frankincense (diffused) and a blend called InTune (comes in a roller, so rolled at the base of my neck, temples) are my go-to’s.

💊 Look for a good quality nutritional supplement, I like Lifelong Vitality.

Here is a helpful article from the Thyroid Pharmacist.

✅ Join the discussion in the group, Let’s Talk Thyroid.

Suspect you have a thyroid issue?  See your doctor and ask for a full thyroid panel.

🎧 Stay tuned for my upcoming Podcast, Let’s Talk Thyroid.

Disclaimer: This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Let’s Talk Thyroid Symptoms:

Brain Fog+ Hashimoto’s

🧠 🌫 Do you have those days where you can’t remember a word mid-sentence, can’t focus or it takes you longer to ‘think’? Could be brain fog.

Whilst brain fog isn’t a technical medical term, it’s a pretty common way of describing those impacts on brain function. Like fatigue (& often going along with it), it’s a very common Hashimoto’s symptom.

I know we all can be forgetful but if this is happening more often and is impacting your functioning it’s worth exploring further.

I can’t remember (🤣) if this was a big problem for me early on but it is something that flares up for me from time to time.

Tips:

🦠 How is your gut health? The gut-brain connection is now well studied. If you have brain fog issues, look at your diet (esp gluten, sugar & dairy) and gut flora. When I’ve run 30 day challenges in the past and people cut these out strictly, a common improvement is in the ability to think clearly.

🩸Get your bloods checked through your doctor. Perhaps you’ll need some medication or adjustment in medication. 

🩺 Seeing a natural health practitioner to look at nutritional deficiencies might help (we will look at Vitamin D deficiencies later this month).

💦 Essential oils like rosemary and frankincense (diffused) and a blend called InTune (comes in a roller, so rolled at the base of my neck, temples) are my go-to’s.

💊 Look for a good quality nutritional supplement, I like Lifelong Vitality.

Here is a helpful article from the Thyroid Pharmacist.

✅ Join the discussion in the group, Let’s Talk Thyroid.

Suspect you have a thyroid issue?  See your doctor and ask for a full thyroid panel.

🎧 Stay tuned for my upcoming Podcast, Let’s Talk Thyroid.

Disclaimer: This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.