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griffin
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   Posted 2/21/2009 9:30 AM (GMT -7)   
yuck i woke up today with the fog so bad i am losing my coffee cup. i hate this, any suggestions on how to brake through it???
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pattipanda
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   Posted 2/21/2009 10:35 AM (GMT -7)   

Hi Griffin.. Did I ever welcome you to the Forum?? Hmmm can't remember?!!? LOL.. Must be the fog!? Anyway .. Welcome!!!

As for the fog, I wish I had an answer to that one, I'd be a gajillionaire!!! Sometimes I can be feeling pretty well physically but the fog is horrible.  I foget stuff all the time. And I do really weird stuff, like try to clean my glasses with a dryer sheet - trust me.. it doesn't work very well.  I lose stuff a lot and when I finally find it, its in the weirdest place.  It seems everyone on the forum has lost their keys at least 100 times. 

As for that coffee cup.. I can relate... it's sort of like, if I had more coffee maybe I'd be able to find the cup.. vicous circle.

I think sometimes we just have to laugh at ourselves and just try to move forward with it.

Sorry I didn't have an answer.. but if I know this crowd, you'll have some pretty funny stories about fog before this post expires.

tongue
Patti
 
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Marlee2
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   Posted 2/21/2009 10:48 AM (GMT -7)   
Huh, what was your question, LOL.  I can't remember if I have welcomed you either, so welcome. My doc doubled one of my BP meds Mon and the only thing I can tell that it is doing is causing horrible headaches that has had me in a horrible fog all week. But normally I have found that if I get more active when I'm in a fog it does help some, it must get more oxygen to the brain.
 
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jewelrylady
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   Posted 2/21/2009 11:19 AM (GMT -7)   
Yes, welcome to the forum.  As you can see we all have to deal with the fog. LOL  I had to go get my taxes done this morning so I went to the cupboard to get my travel mug.  It was in there but it was full of old, cold coffee, who knows how old it was.  At least I put the cup away in the right place.  Oh well, I think my biggest improvement came when I was able to get some good quality sleep but I just stay home when the fog gets too bad. 
 
Marlee, I hope your headaches get better soon. 
 
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