Understanding fatigue and brain fog
Four steps to take control of fatigue and brain fog
Tell family or friends and your healthcare team about any fatigue or brain fog, especially if these side effects persistently get in the way of your daily function.
Plan your day in advance with checklists, setting reminders, and organizing the things you’ll need the night before or whenever you feel less tired.
Be kind to your mind and body by getting plenty of rest, eating well, finding ways to relax, and doing both physical and mental exercises.
Be open and honest with yourself and those who care for you about your symptoms and reach out for help from your healthcare team or from a support group.