Sorry you are going thru this. Reading is also my favorite thing to do, although I haven't been doing much lately. Hopefully things will settle down for you & you will get back to normal or at least close to normal!
You'll find that you will have good days and bad & who knows how long it will last. I sometimes get stuck in a fog for a few days and sometimes a few weeks.
I've found (as Donnaeil said) that finding something relaxing to do helps. It helps my mind to slow down and things don't seem so bad.
Good luck, hope you get to feeling better soon.
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Fibromyalgia*Osteoarthritis*Sleep Apnea*Restless Leg Syndrome * Depression*Fatigue*Allergy/Sinus*Menopause
Welcome it is nice to meet you. Fog is something that fluctuates like every thing else in this illness. I have days & weeks where I live in the fog & then days & weeks where it has lifted some & I can think more clearly. Stress seems to be one of my triggers for the fog to decend. Living with as much peace as I can is very important & also, I live a very simple life.
I love to read & have only been able to read again starting a few months ago. For some reason the eye strain lifted & my eyes quit blurring. I have been catching up on books I have missed. One of the benefits of being unable to work is I can sit down & read with no guilt. I hope you find the comfort you are looking for. You will probably find it here with these wonderful people. Hugs, Denise
I have: Fibromyalgia, CFS, Holt-Oram Syndrome, nasal allergies, depression
Married to a wonderful supportive husband & between us we have 4 children & 7 grandchildren.