Overcoming Stress-Induced Brain Fog

Overcoming Stress-Induced Brain Fog

10 Simple Ways to Find Focus, Improve Memory, and Feel Grounded

Jill Weber


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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.


Jill Weber:
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.