Anxiety and Depression Support

Loss of words

Hello everyone! I suffer from depression and anxiety and am mild bi-polar. I've been diagnosed for over 20 years and take a combination of medications that have been working very well for me over the last 4-5 years. However, I have just recently (today) been having trouble finding words. This has never happened to me before and it is kind of scary. These are every day words that I use frequently and I can't seem to remember what I'm going to say at times and lose the words from my speech and just say nothing in the middle of a sentence. My brain is rather foggy I suppose and I'm not sure why.

I wonder if anyone else has had this issue, and if so, what are your thoughts and/or what can I do to make it stop??

2 Replies

Contact your Psychiatrist. Fog, confusion or whatever you want to call it is not something to take lightly and your doctor should be informed in case it is more than a side effect. Seeing as you have been stable for 5 years on your meds, better safe then sorry.


Brain fog and fatigue can be from candida overgrowth from antibiotic use. There are ways to get your gut back in equilibrium. Google candida overgrowth remedy.


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