The symptom that was by far the strongest predictor of protracted recovery was fogginess
, with a z score of 4.
Many women are concerned by the decline in their memory that coincides with the peri-menopause and complain of symptoms of fogginess
, poor memory recall, forgetfulness and fear that they are developing dementia or Alzheimer's disease.
gaps, and atmospheric fogginess
of Morgan's agency are highly
The change in medication had alleviated many of his problems including his sleepiness and mental fogginess
, his incontinence, and inability to walk.
Here too, however, there is a good bit of fogginess
on the historical baseline: when and to what extent were phobias less common, and to what extent is the impression based on solid data rather than changes in diagnosis (themselves interesting, but rather a different matter)?
They help your concentration, enhance your good mood, and help clear up mental fogginess
is partly understandable, because of Hogarth's multiplicity of detail and love of shadow in his paintings.
Finally, an essay by Jonathan Ribner on pollution in London throws light upon the prevailing industrial fogginess
and gloom of the city.
The rates of hot flashes, disruptions to sleep and mental fogginess
all show improvement with HRT.
First, untidiness can be a euphemism for irresponsibility and injustice of the most heinous sort, as in Secretary Rumsfeld's appeal to the fogginess
of war and "untid[mess] of freedom" (cited in Conlogue and Mackinnon).
I don't know whether it is a case of mind over matter and it works because I believe it will work but it makes me feel lighter and seems to penetrate the fogginess
in my head.
Perhaps the most illuminating section of the book is Chapter 4, in which Hunt transcribes the conferences Harper conducts with her students, confirming that individualized discussions can help to clear away patches of fogginess
and can guide students to a more sophisticated level of comprehension and composition.
He could never make the adjustment from war, where the objective was always clear and the victory unambiguous, to the fogginess
I look back to my childhood, trying in that faraway fogginess
to detect, and if I'm lucky, to solve the riddle of my life.
yet the several pages of notes, including aborted aphorisms, crossed-out poems, and fragmented pep-talks ("do not bolster and prop where there is no need for support"), falter forward to an unexpected climax in a "Modern Invocation," a poem in which the plainness of style dears the former fogginess
of his first book so that we might hear the birds truly, as Williams imagines: