Common questions

Is it normal to have brain fog at work?

Is it normal to have brain fog at work?

With all of the external and internal stressors we’re now faced with, it’s not uncommon to feel less equipped than ever to tackle pressures at work and home. I’ve personally had experience with brain fog well before the pandemic as a symptom of major depressive disorder (also simply called depression), which I was diagnosed with three years ago.

Why are the lights going off on my BMW?

In wet or rainy weather recently “electrical system malfunction” has appeared on the dash screen and most if not all the lights go off intermittently. This does not ever happen in dry weather. The battery has been replaced. I’ve read that water may have entered through the sunroof vents.

Why are the lights not working on my BMW 323i?

BMW 323i car ran out of gas and then battery went dead leaving wipers and hazard lights on, now the signal lights won’t work and one window is stuck at the half way open position and power windows will not work at all

What to do when you have brain fog?

If you don’t feel comfortable talking it over with your manager, you might try to get some extra rest whenever you can (even if it’s a short break) to compensate for your fogginess. You might also try taking extra time each day to organize your schedule or rework your to-do list so that you’re prioritizing your most important tasks.

What to do if your fog light is failing?

If you suspect that your fog lights, or relays, may be having an issue, have the vehicle inspected by a professional technician, such as one from YourMechanic, to determine if the car needs a fog light relay replacement. The most popular service booked by readers of this article is Vehicle Body Electrical and Lighting Inspection.

Why does a fog light go straight out?

So the light pattern on a good-quality fog light goes straight out at bumper level and down, but not higher than that. RAY: The reason for this is that fog tends to hover about 12 to 18 inches off the ground. So by projecting light in that fog-free pocket, you can illuminate the road a greater distance from your car and therefore see farther ahead.

What happens if the fog light relay fails?

The fog light relay is the switch that controls power to the fog lights, and it is usually controlled either automatically by the computer or manually by the driver. If the relay fails, it will disable the power to the fog lights and render them inoperable.

Why do you use low beams in fog?

RAY: But fog lights, when used and aimed correctly, might be useful to some drivers. As you probably know, if you project light directly into the fog, it bounces off the fog droplets and reflects in all directions, making it even harder to see. That’s why you use your low beams in fog rather than your high beams.

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Ruth Doyle