What is Brain Fog?

Brain fog can be defines as a state of mental confusion, detachment, and forgetfulness. That “fuzzy” feeling can be more than just a sign of aging or working too much. Brain fog can be the sign of variety of medical conditions and injuries, including damage to the butterfly-shaped bone in your head called the sphenoid.

What is the Sphenoid?

Located behind the eyes, the sphenoid is considered one of the most important bones in the skull because it touches almost all other bones in this area of the body. It is also important because of its joint with the occipital bone at the base of the head, a joint that acts to pump nutrients throughout the nervous system and remove waste. This joint also plays a critical role in maintaining a healthy immune system. If this delicate juncture is misaligned, it can cause a myriad of health issues, including headaches, TMJ, and neck pain.

Brain Fog and Chiropractic Care

If you’re suffering from brain fog, you don’t have to resign yourself to a lifetime of confusion. Our experienced chiropractor can use a variety of realignments, including the Koren Specific Technique (KST) to help ease these symptoms. In fact, our Dr. Daniel Secrest, DC was the first chiropractor in the Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Mesa area to use this procedure.

KST and Brain Fog

KST is a three-step procedure that involves first examining your entire skeletal system from your skull to your legs. The second step is checking to see if everything is in alignment, and the third step is to correct any misalignments that may be causing your confusion and back pain. This procedure is not a quick, three-minute fix. Our chiropractor will take as much time as necessary to find the root of your problem. Secrest Family Chiropractic helps patients in the Tempe, Mesa and central Arizona area overcome brain fog safely and painlessly.

The chiropractic technique, KST, can also be used to ease the pain of TMJ, fibromyalgia, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, headaches, and other ailments.

Are you a Scottsdale or Tempe area resident who has had a recent problem with brain fog? Have you found a healthy way to resolve this condition, either with or without a doctor’s assistance?

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