MS MobilityStrength Multiple Sclerosis

MS MobilityStrength Multiple Sclerosis
As a person with MS, I bring a personal commitment to the work I do.

Monday, November 26, 2012

Fuzzy Brain

MS is playing tricks with my brain!
   Sunday mornings are a time for my husband and I to just kick back and relax at our favorite restaurant for breakfast and plenty of Fresh coffee. 
  This particular Sunday was a very strange morning at the restaurant for me. You see, I have been experiencing Fuzzy Brain episodes that leave me feeling bewildered. This particular Sunday was very busy with a short wait for a table. This means that there was an unusual amount of people with allot of chattering going on. This leaves me feeling anxious and a bit jittery. 
  We ordered our usual breakfast food which should not be difficult to do but it is always a challenge for me to get it all said to our server. I have it all in my thoughts, rehearsed a number of times, but when it comes time to say it I stumble with my order. Fuzzy Brain why don't you just let my thoughts and words flow freely from my lips?
  While enjoying my breakfast with idle chit chat between bites I began having a total feeling of confusion and my head just felt fuzzy. I just tried to breath through it listening to all the background noise around me. 
  Fuzzy Brain you are not going to defeat me leaving me home bound. I will admit though being home in the quiet Fuzzy Brain leaves me alone.

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