COVID-19 Linked to Years-Long Cognitive Impairment: Study
Brain fog, the struggle to recall words, and forgetting why you entered a room may be more than mere annoyances. They could be lingering symptoms of COVID-19.
Self-Perception of Illness and Recovery
Cognitive Decline Following COVID-19
Cognitive Decline: Virus or Vaccine?
Navigating the Next Steps
Treatment protocol for Brain Fog
- LDN (low dose naltrexone) appears to play a pivotal role in treatment of many neurological symptoms
- Fluvoxamine; Start on a low dose of 12.5 mg/day and increase slowly as tolerated. Some patients report a significant improvement with fluvoxamine while other patients appear to tolerate this drug poorly. Fluoxetine 20 mg/day is an alternative, as are tricyclic antidepressants.
- Nigella Sativa; 200-500 mg twice daily.
- Valproic acid and pentoxifylline may be of value in these patients.
- These symptoms may be mediated by Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS).
- Luteolin: Long-COVID syndrome-associated brain fog and chemofog: Luteolin to the rescue [R].