Six in 10 people in Britain now suffer from brain fog on a daily basis since ... trends now
If you’re losing your train of thought more often than you used to, it turns out that you’re not alone – and the reason might not have anything to do with age.
A report has found that six in ten British adults are now affected daily by brain fog: an informal term to describe a range of symptoms including poor concentration, feeling confused, thinking more slowly and general ‘fuzzy’ thoughts.
The report also cites the Covid pandemic as a key factor.
The report, commissioned by food supplements firm FutureYou Cambridge, discovered that high levels of stress, depression and anxiety caused up to 36 million people to suffer forgetfulness and poor concentration. Over half of Britons said their memory had got worse in the past two years, and 61 per cent that they lost their train of thought as many as ten times a day.
FutureYou’s Dr Miriam Ferrer, a molecular biologist, said: ‘Over the past couple of years, due to the Covid pandemic, we have all been subjected to high levels of stress. We’ve worried about our health and the health of our family and friends, and about job insecurity – and now we’re seeing the consequences.
A report has found that six in ten