Clouding of consciousness, also known as mental fog, is a term used in conventional medicine denoting an abnormality in the "regulation" of the "overall level" of consciousness that is less severe than a stupor or coma. The sufferer experiences a subjective sensation of mental clouding described as feeling "foggy". Alternative medicine practitioners popularly use the term "brain fog". However, some skeptics of alternative medicine reject this term claiming that "it is not clear what the phrase represents".
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