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Brain fog and reading

Discussion in 'Neurological/Neuro-sensory' started by Womble, Oct 7, 2013.

  1. Womble

    Womble Senior Member

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    Like many of you, I have trouble reading books because of the onset of brain fog, fatigue, pain, tremors, etc...

    Because of this, I'm forced to do audiobooks, and I can only read about 10-15 pages a day at maximum.

    Just wondering if anyone has figured out a way to be able to concentrate more on reading?

    I'd like to be able to read an 800 page book with it taking me an entire year.

    Anyone have any ideas of treatments I could pursue?

    thanks,
    Womble
     
  2. Womble

    Womble Senior Member

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    Wow, no responses in a month?

    Too much brain fog, everyone? :)
     
  3. Fogbuster

    Fogbuster Senior Member

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    Taking breaths in slower and for longer than your normal breathing pattern for 10-15 minutes. Keep a consistent rhythm and let the air relax out of your nostrils without forcing the exhale.

    Has helped me improve my concentration, thinking ability, comprehension and memory recall. This is partly because I was overbreathing/hyperventilating, but still I believe it will be helpful for you.
     
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