I recently saw a popular biohacker give a list of tips to reduce brain fog.
The problem with following brain fog tips without understanding the source of your brain fog is that you’ll just be covering up the symptoms… or making them worse.
For example, let’s say I told you that caffeine was a great way for you to improve your brain fog because it helps boost attention.
Our new Brain Fog Report has coffee as a recommendation for people with a certain CYP1A2 gene variant – the ‘AA’ genotype means they can metabolize caffeine at a faster rate.
That tip wouldn’t work for me and other people who have the ‘CC’ genotype – because the same amount of caffeine tends to have more negative effects on people who metabolize caffeine at a slower rate.
So, it’s not that caffeine is a bad suggestion for improving brain fog – it’s that it doesn’t work for everyone.
SelfDecode doesn’t suggest random recommendations – it’s dedicated to offering personalized health insights only as supported by solid, reputable scientific research.
If you’re looking for a truly personalized way to beat brain fog with a plan that was created specifically for you, check your genes with the new Brain Fog DNA Report.
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