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SURVEY: Cognitive Impairment

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Cognitive impairment is a very common symptom in fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome and myalgic encephalomyelitis. The range of cognitive problems associated with these illnesses may include such things as forgetfulness, memory lapses, an inability to concentrate, confusion, transposing numbers or words, getting lost in familiar places and difficulty communicating effectively.

Sometimes patients refer to these symptoms simply as “brain fog” or “fibro-fog” because trying to focus the cognitively impaired brain feels much like trying to see what’s around you in a dense fog.

The degrees of impairment can range from mild to severe.

ProHealth would like to have your input on this frustrating symptom. What types of cognitive impairment do you experience? What remedies have you tried? What has or has not worked for you? Have you developed any coping methods to help you function more effectively?

Results will be posted next month on the ProHealth site and in our HealthWatch newsletters.

Fill out the survey HERE.

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3 thoughts on “SURVEY: Cognitive Impairment”

  1. Nt says:

    i just tried to take the survey. I answered the questions on the first page but there was no way to progress or submit;so, I returned to the prior page. ?????

    1. ProHealth says:

      You should see a white “Next” button at the bottom center of the page, right after the last question.

  2. says:

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    Aftera;; its our body .

    I have been with Pro Health early 1989 ,I for ever Pro health for informing us in a new era ,named CFIDS?_FIBROMYALGIA.

    Wishing you all a wonderful xmass and ho;;ydays.
    thea s schlosser

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