I predict a huge shift to the way people go about building mental fitness and health through understanding the role of inflammation as driver for fatigue, fogginess and even depression and anxiety.
I read a great article recently about new findings that link inflammation to the experience of mental fatigue and 'fog'. I’ve included a few snippets below lifted from the full article.
Key points from the article:
You might also understand that for you to be sharp and make good decisions requires your brain to be healthy and that chronic stress might be undermining your mental fitness.
If you want to feel, think and lead more effectively, taking steps to reduce the drivers of inflammation could be a really good strategy. Sounds like a leap - but your brain is just an organ - still constrained by the physics and biological system.
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