Since Chemo brain is common side effect of Chemotherpay, unless one is taking the right supplements to combat it, it can take a year or more to recover. I found this post relevant and enlightening!

Explanation: How Brain Training Can Make You Significantly Smarter

Explanation: How Brain Training Can Make You Significantly Smarter
Excerpted from howlifeworks.com (clearly an advertisement for Lumosity, but good information nonetheless)

Who wouldn’t like to be smarter? Neuroscientists once believed that this was impossible — the accepted truth was that you were born with a set level of intelligence, and that was that. Fortunately, we now know better. Empowering information about the brain’s ability to change in response to the right challenges and stimuli have come to light.

Just this year, three articles that showed the benefits of cognitive training with Lumosity—the online leader in brain training—were published in peer-reviewed scientific journals. These articles demonstrate that Lumosity training can engage your innate neuroplasticity and help make you smarter.

In the first article from Brain Injury journal by Dr. Shelli Kesler, a professor at the Stanford School of Medicine, cancer survivors used Lumosity’s training program to help them recover from…

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  1. mine is still here, 2 yrs after my last infusion. somedays really bad i have to call hubby to tell me how to get home.

    1. Gosh! Did you take Lecithin? It helps a ton!
      It’s been 6 months for me and I’m almost back to normal. Took 26 diff Supplements to make sure I addressed all side effects, and still take about 20.

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