I have been suffering from severe brain fog, confusion, and forgetfulness for the last two months. Almost to the point where I thought I might have had a stroke, Alzheimer's, or liver failure. I now believe that it may be down to the fact that I drink about 10 pints of beer once per week, as the symptoms only came when I started drinking two months ago. I have brain fog from when I was 20 years old, probably due to recreational drugs like cocaine and marijuana. I have stopped doing drugs from the past 11 years. Do you think this could be the issue or is it possibly something else? If it is the alcohol which has caused a vitamin deficiency, do you recommend taking any vitamins and minerals will help? And if so, what should I take?
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