BRAIN FOG / how i cured it with one simple remedy

Brain fog symptoms vary from person to person. However, many people experiencing brain fog report a general feeling of disorientation or apathy towards life in addition to the following brain fog symptoms:3
Lack of energy or fatigue, including chronic fatigue syndrome4
Inability to focus or concentrate
Trouble remembering information 
Mild depression, low motivation, feeling hopeless
Trouble sleeping or insomnia
Confusion of feeling disoriented
Diminished vision or inability to find words
Some memory loss or brain fog is natural as you get older. However, the causes of brain fog are common and can often occur in pairs or trios. Once you discover the root causes of brain fog, you can begin to eliminate it. Stress isn’t just a feeling. It’s an actual release of hormones that your body produces when it’s met with a challenge. The number one stress hormone is cortisol, commonly called “the stress hormone.” Think of cortisol like a chemical messenger. When you’re in a stressful situation, cortisol tells your immune system to gear up for a challenge. Your immune system responds by producing inflammation, and then cortisol signals your immune system to calm down when the danger has passed.
This system works really well when you encounter acute stress that happens suddenly and then passes. But too many of us are dealing with chronic stress: constant sleep deprivation, poor diets, long hours at work, problems in our relationships, the list goes on and on.If you are struggling with getting enough sleep try these three simple steps to promote optimal sleep: 
Eat foods rich in tryptophan, magnesium, and melatonin, along with drinking herbal teas. 
Eliminate fatty foods, foods rich in proteins, chocolate, caffeine and over-the-counter medications. 
Get tired naturally with herbal supplements, a regular sleep schedule, waking up early and going to bed early, exercise, and creating a bedtime routine.