Ok, I’ve just seen this and very briefly scanned through it.
I stopped smoking 2 months ago!
My reason for stopping wasn’t medical, it was because my partner decided to stop and 2 weeks later I followed suit!
I have noticeable cognitive problems more so when I am fatigued!
Now I would say I am fatigued around 90% of the time which also means this is the amount of time I have cognitive problems or ‘cog fog’!
I hadn’t seen this research before & to be honest I probably wouldn’t have taken notice even I had!
From my experience in the 2 months I haven’t smoked, my ‘cog fog’ hasn’t gotten any easier/better in fact I would say I am a little worse!
Please remember this doesn’t mean it will be the same for you!
Why not have a read and decide for yourself!
If you decide to or are doing ‘StOptober’ GOOD LUCK 👍
Multiple Sclerosis Research Update – Does smoking make MS cognitive symptoms worse? – 29 September 2014 | MS Trust – Information, education, research and support http://www.mstrust.org.uk/research/updates/articles/update140929.jsp (Share from CM Browser)