Brain fog is real--and it can cloud your thinking, sap your creativity and motivation, and take the joy right out of life. This book offers quick, proven-effective solutions to help you cut through the haze and think clearly.
Do you ever feel spaced out or stuck in a rut, like you just can't think, or you're moving in slow motion? Perhaps you feel detached or disengaged, defeated and hopeless, or just not fully yourself. If you're struggling with a lack of mental clarity, energy, and belief in yourself and your capabilities, you may be experiencing the dreaded brain fog--a very real issue that can result from the exhaustion, overstimulation, and the stress of modern life.
All of us struggle to find the get-up-and-go we need sometimes, but when prolonged stress and anxiety begin to affect your ability to focus, concentrate, remember, solve problems, or communicate effectively on a regular basis, these symptoms may point to something more than just a stressful week. It's time to clear away the fog and reclaim your motivation, passion, self-worth, zest, and meaning in life.
Based on cutting-edge research, Overcoming Stress-Induced Brain Fog offers quick solutions you can put to work right away, including exercises based in awareness, mindfulness and acceptance, and self-compassion. With these ten easily accessible tools, you'll find your way out of the haze toward clarity, improved memory, and a greater presence to enjoy life.
About the Author
Jill P. Weber, PhD, is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Washington, DC, working with people managing varying degrees of anxiety. She is author of Be Calm, writes a blog for Psychology Today, and has appeared as a psychology expert in USA Today, The Washington Post, and on CNN. For more information, visit www.drjillweber.com.