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American Cancer Society: “Chemo Brain.”
Brain and Cognition: “Assessment of cognitive function across pregnancy using CANTAB: A longitudinal study.”
CDC: “Sleep and Sleep Disorders.”
Health Guidance.org: “Brain Fog Causes.”
Journal of Hypertension: “Flavanol-rich chocolate acutely improves arterial function and working memory performance counteracting the effects.”
LiveScience: “Menopausal 'Foggy Brain' Confirmed in Tests.”
Lupus Research Alliance: “Can Lupus Affect My Brain?” “About Lupus.”
Mayo Clinic: “Chronic Fatigue Syndrome,” “Depression,” “Menopause.”
National Institutes of Health: “The Risks of Sleeping ‘Too Much’. Survey of a National Representative Sample of 24671 Adults (INPES Health Barometer),” “What is brain fog? An evaluation of the symptom in postural tachycardia syndrome,” “Cognition in perimenopause: The effect of transition stage.”
National Sleep Foundation: “Debunking Sleep Myths: Does Alcohol Help or Hurt Your Sleep?”
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