We all experience brain fog at one time or another. Brain fog makes it a challenge too focus and concentrate.

With hepatitis C, it becomes more prevalent.

That doesn’t mean that there aren’t steps that you can take yourself to help to alleviate the brain fog.

Do you believe that you can do something about the fatigue?

If you don’t do anything about the fatigue in a proactive way, you are simply perpetuating it rather than moving in the direction to alleviate it.

It is very easy to just sit back and simply accept that feeling tired is all part of having hep C or having had hep C.


Do something about it.

The first thing I am going to suggest is to move.

Yes simply move.

One of the best ways to get moving is to start walking.

Well, you might think to yourself that you’re too fat to move or too fat to be seen in public. I had this thought when I was overweight.

Change that thought. Right now.

Upon completion of 48 weeks of Tx in April 2014, I hadn’t moved in awhile. I had spent a lot of time in bed. Inertia had set in.

I wiggled a toe. Yes one toe. Then another toe. Pretty soon I was wiggling all ten toes.

The “one toe wiggle” got me up to walking six days a week for thirty minutes at a time.

Single simple steps. Put one foot in front of the other.


You should walk daily.

Then it becomes a choice. You choose to walk daily. Do this over and over and it becomes a habit.

Walking pumps oxygen to the brain.

If you haven’t walked in a long time, make the end of your driveway your first finish line and then keep extending it bit by bit, day by day, week by week.

You’ll be gad you did.