You didn't mention what time of day that you first notice this neurological symptom.
It's common to feel "groggy" first thing, but is this occurring all day long, or does it start to make itself known at some point after waking, hours later?
I sometimes skip my morning coffee and even breakfast if I have not been feeling alert in the morning, I'll have just a few nuts to eat and try to get some light exercise. Sometimes it seems like the mornng jolt from coffee and breakfast is something I need a break from, unless I'm planning to start early with serious work or exercise.
This sort of "fasting" has been a part of medicine from all cultures going back thousands of years, so there must be something to it and is sometimes proves useful for me.
Again though, if you can just keep track of what time of day that your symtoms start, this can be a good start.
I've been on prednisone at 20mg, and later tapered from 15mg to no 2mg, and at no time did the prednisone seem to cause any neurological sluggishness or memory fade. 0
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