Brain fog is a common problem for people with multiple sclerosis (MS). But does MS cause brain fog, or is it a side effect of the disease?
The answer to this question isn't totally clear. Some studies suggest that MS may cause brain fog, while others show that brain fog is a side effect of the disease. However, it's likely that brain fog is caused by both MS and its treatment options.
If you're struggling with brain fog, there are some things you can do to help improve your condition. First, talk to your doctor about your symptoms. He or she may be able to recommend some strategies to help you manage your brain fog. Additionally, make sure you're getting enough sleep and exercise and try to stick to a routine as much as possible.