Beyond brain fog: What the pandemic has done to our memory

If you’re forgetting names and dates, or are just feeling a little less sharp than you once were, Michael Yassa, Ph.D., a professor of neurobiology at the University of California Irvine, has some very basic guidance. The pandemic altered many of our sleep patterns, so Yassa recommends slipping back into a good sleep routine, making sure you’re eating healthy and getting regular exercise. … “Ensuring that you’re leading a healthy lifestyle can go a long way to protecting an individual from a lot of these effects.”