Brain Fog Got You Down?
Trouble focusing on your work…
Reading the same paragraph over and over before it sinks in…
Forgetting important appointments and deadlines…
These brain fog symptoms are quite frustrating, and people often tell me that their
inability to focus makes it difficult to keep up with work, and the demands of their
Your brain is an incredibly complex organ that controls everything we do, and if you
want it to work properly, you need to take care of it!
So today I’m giving you my best strategies for lifting the haze from your
brain, and unlocking razor-sharp mental focus and clarity.
When you make these brain-boosting habits part of your daily routine, you’ll enjoy
improved mental clarity in no time!
Brain Fuel Habit #1: Sleep
Think of your brain like a battery—proper sleep recharges your mental battery,
restores your focus, and hits “reset” so you can have a fresh focus each morning!
Aim for at least 7-8 hours per night, and you’ll find yourself waking up with a clear
mind, ready to take on the day.
Brain Fuel Habit #2: Stay hydrated
This is a simple one, but proper hydration is essential if you want your brain to
When you’re dehydrated, you’ll feel moody, tired, hungry, and have a hard time
focusing on much of anything.
Aim for at least 8 cups of water per day—many people find that carrying an
insulated water bottle around with them makes this much easier!
Brain Fuel Habit #3: Feed your brain
Just like the rest of your body, your brain needs plenty of vitamins and minerals to
Your brain depends on glycogen, which comes from carbohydrates, but here’s the
catch—high-sugar, processed carbohydrates can actually make cravings and energy
Be sure to consume plenty of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains to give your brain
the fuel it needs, without the nasty blood sugar spikes and crashes that make brain
fog even worse.
Brain Fuel Habit #4: Supplement with magnesium
Magnesium is essential for over 300 functions in your body, and plays a massive role
in your brain. Even worse, it’s the most common nutrient deficiency in developed
countries, so odds are, you’re not getting enough!