17 Memes That Might Make You Laugh If You Have Brain Fog


So many in our community know that brain fog feeling well: like when you know what you want to say but can’t quite remember the words. Or you can’t for the life of you recall where you put your keys. Or you find yourself reading the same page over and over again and still not quite understanding it. Whether your brain fog is a symptom of your illness, like fibromyalgia or myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome, or a side effect of your medication, it can become a frustrating part of everyday life.

But sometimes, the things you say and do because of brain fog are so ridiculous that you have to laugh. If laughing at your brain fog moments is part of how you cope, check out the 17 memes below. If you can relate to any of these, you’re not alone.

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???????? #memes #brainfog #spoonies#spoonieproblems

A post shared by @strongmemegameperson on

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chatting with my partner about apartment hunting while suffering brain fog: trying to remember the word she forgot: ruler thing, metal, rolls up, tape measure
via bunnika Tumblr

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#braintumourproblems #tumourhumour #braintumourssuck #brainfog #mybrainbroke

A post shared by Ammy Harper (@ammyinwonderland) on

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Only every time.#brainfog #lupus #chronicillness #spoonie

Posted by The Chronic Curmudgeon on Saturday, October 21, 2017

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Yessss! 👏#BrainFog #Blackouts #ItsASpoonieThing

Posted by By Marianne on Thursday, November 9, 2017

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ignorance is bliss (@themotheroctopus)

A post shared by Romper (@romperdotcom) on

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meme that says when your brain fog causes you to think one word but say another. "me" trying to say so i always, "brain" saying salsa
via while-i-live-i-thrive Tumblr

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