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Re: What Do We Really Know For Sure?


I mean internally like the example I gave with the bulls-eye rash and Lyme. The root cause of a broken bone is a traumatic impact. I'm not talking about all the different external situations in which that can occur.

So for brain fog. What are the exact mechanisms for brain fog? Or anxiety? We don't really know. Therefore, isn't it a mistake to point to a diagnosis then? We can only know correlation right? Like brain fog is often associated with these other things. Does that make sense?
 
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