Does anyone have any ideas how to reduce the fallout of fibro fog. My husband and I own our own tour business working from home. This is good for me as I am able to insert rest periods during the day while my husband is doing the tours. Lately though the fog has been getting a lot worse and I'm forgetting important things, telephone calls are becoming a major issue ( which once were just stock standard), I'm forgetting what I've told people and what they've told me. This is increasing the anxiety and so it goes. I've begun to think I need to carry a note book to log every conversation, but this would be time consuming (and I'd probably forget where I put it). If anyone has any ideas I'd really appreciate it. Thanks.
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