Signs Your Body's Voltage May Be Low
“Brain fog” isn’t a medical condition. It’s a term used for certain symptoms that can affect your ability to think. You may feel confused or disorganized or find it hard to focus or put your thoughts into words.
We all forget things. Even in our twenties we might lose our keys or forget the name of someone we just met. And as we age, these moments of forgetfulness happen more often and can disrupt life. Periods of brain fog can come like huge waves and render you unable to think clearly for hours or days, incapable of performing everyday tasks or holding conversations.
Although brain fog is neither progressive nor associated with declining intellect, it can be completely bewildering and erode a person's confidence and self-esteem.
Trouble remembering things
Trouble processing information
Difficulty concentrating and paying attention
Some people experience problems with speech and language; it can be hard putting their thoughts into words and finding the right words, and their speech might be slow and confused.
Treatment at the Tennant Institute
Drs. Tennant and Faldmo believe that if your body can consistently regenerate good cells, then it has the capability to heal itself. They therefore believe that all conditions result from the lack of one of the following three key components, which are required to regenerate healthy cells:
Elimination of toxins
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We have found that once daily key nutritional support is being used and the causes of the low voltage in all the circuits have been corrected (dental infections, scars, hormones/thyroid, toxins and emotional baggage) that your Brain Fog typically improves and resolves.