Menopause and Brain Fog

Do you have brain fog? Did I just ask you if you have brain fog?

Surveys have found that half of women complain about problems with memory and concentration at midlife. This is a special concern for those who have a dreaded fear of Alzheimer’s disease or other form of dementia.

It is difficult to sort out which cognitive changes are related to menopause and which are due to normal aging, depression, or sleep disturbances. We all agree that feeling depressed or fatigued can compromise our attention span and our memory.

Normal forgetfulness is not a sign of dementia. If you can’t remember where you parked your car, why you walked into a room, or can’t remember someone’s name, that is normal forgetfulness. It’s not being able to find your car keys, it’s not recognizing where you are, or don’t know what your car keys are for, that needs attention.

If your memory glitches become regular and you have a history of dementia or Alzheimers in your family, a professional evaluation may be in order.

If your long term memory is good, and you have mild memory problems with short term memory, fall back on using calendars, make lists, use sticky notes, alarms and voice recorders on phones and other schedulers and planners.

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MemoRise contains a selection of herbs known for their supportive function in maintaining brain, nervous system, circulatory and mental health, and well-being. The formula remains true to the full spectrum method of herbal manufacturing, ensuring the bioavailability and balance of all the active ingredients contained in the remedy.

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