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Menopause Infographic – Brain Fog

You’re in the middle of a conversation with a colleague, and lose your train of thought halfway through a sentence.  Your desk is plastered with sticky note reminders. It’s not in your head: Menopausal memory loss is real. As hormones fluctuate in your body during menopause, cognitive functions are affected.  Doctors say self-reported memory problems are …

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Menopause Mondays: Memory Loss -A Symptom of Menopause or Early Dementia?

Have you noticed that often you can’t seem to grab a memory or a thought?  Do you look at your dear friends and children and blank out on their names? Is your refrigerator and dashboard covered in sticky note reminders? Are you feeling discombobulated and confused?  You might be smack in the middle of perimenopause! …

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You Must Remember This – Wait, What? Menopause And Memory Loss

‘Oops!  That train just went off the track.  Hold on, my thought balloon popped.  Hang on just a second, it’s right on the tip of my tongue.’  How many times have you uttered those words?  Does it seem that what was once crystal clear in your mind now seems, shall we say—a little fuzzy? Welcome …

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Genetic Factor May Contribute To Forgetfulness

Genetic factor may contribute to forgetfulness. Are you forgetting where you put your keys, purse and sunglasses? Can’t remember someone’s name? Didn’t notice the stop sign? Those who frequently experience such cognitive lapses now have an explanation. Psychologists at the Universität Bonn have found a connection between such everyday lapses and the DRD2 gene. Next time you visit …

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