Hi! I believe I can be of help with this issue.
You must truly be a very emotionally and spiritually strong person to still be this hopeful, functional, and positive with everything that's happened. Good for you, that's inspiring.
I'm so glad you had an MRI. I'm assuming it was a brain scan. Because my first concern was various tumors that can cause these problems. But the scan would have detected them. That's good.
I'm not sure what "kinoriligist" refers to. Do you mean kinesiology? If so, the principles of treatment are based on dealing with stress as the cause of the problems.
It is of course possible that this is a stress or anxiety produced symptom. But I need to be honest with you: I don't know for sure if there is going to be a definite diagnosis. Stress based diagnoses are not certain because there are no MRIs, for example, showing us: aha, there are the outlines of the stress that are causing the memory loss and weight gain, as in tumors.
So at this point diagnoses will be speculative. I'm sorry about that. The same with whether the meds are causing the weight. If you indeed are eating only 1200 calories and exercising regularly and are NOT losing weight, something is wrong and you may need to have metabolism testing, etc. to establish why not. Because this does not make sense: 1200 calories is less than required to maintain body weight for humans.
The help I can offer, then, is to make suggestions:
Vitamin D deficiency has now been shown in recent studies to be growing and various ailments have been associated with it. So you may want to look into supplementing your Vitamin D intake.
The same with Omega 3s. Clinical dosage is anywhere from(NNN) NNN-NNNNmg depending on the studies. Fish oil is the most complex Omegas available. Make sure these are from a good quality source. So go to a big health food store that's popular and sells lots of brands and ask which are the reliable, popular brands.
Next is cognitive work on your own. There has been some research support for brain enhancement games and software products for brain function, not necessarily memory specifically. I think you may find them useful for helping you stimulate your brain function so that you feel more "alive" and alert mentally.
One of the best programs is called Lumosity:
It's one of the less expensive of the good programs. Here's also a site that is worthwhile for you:
Go through the web pages on this site they list on the left hand side and focus on the information they give as much as the products they promote. You'll get a good sense of what's out there from this site.
You might also begin to take classes at a local college. You mention kids so I don't know if this is possible. This suggestion is based on the premise that the more you have going on in your life that is interesting, the more stimulated your thinking will be.
Finally, stress is indeed a possible culprit here. Anxiety can certainly create short term memory problems. There's plenty of anecdotal evidence. So yoga, meditation, and other relaxing activities may be called for here.
Okay, I wish you the very best!
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