Chronic Brain Fog From Binge Drinking?

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  1. Brybre

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    After a binge drinking episode a year and a half ago, my brain has had this chronic brain fog where I can’t think like I used to. Just feel dumber. I’ve tried everything to remedy this. I’ve given up on finding the cause but I can’t even reduce the symptoms in any way. I don’t drink anymore and have been tested for every disease in the book from Lyme to getting an MRI. This has made me suicidal. I don’t want to live the rest of my life like this. Has anyone been through something similar with some helpful tips?
     
  2. Anaisoso

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    Alcohol has a negative effect on human health. Excessive alcohol consumption can damage your mental health, but I know that there are pills that can help you reduce some symptoms and improve your cognitive abilities, for example, on the Canadian pharmacy website I found a description of nootropics and how they affect memory, ability to concentrate and your attention. I think taking nootropics can help you get rid of this foggy brain condition.
     

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