Brain fog at menopause is common as hormones fluctuate, but if you are worried it may be something more serious then this may help.
Still trying to remember where you put your glasses and making more lists then ever to try and remember what you need to do? Here’s how to help slow that memory decline.
Brain freeze is very common at menopause, but you may already have a solution in your fridge or store cupboard.
Brain fog or freeze isn’t something you will find in medical books, but is a term used for certain symptoms that can affect your ability to think.
We all get confused and forgetful on occasion, and the hormone surges of menopause don’t really help. However for long-term brain health here are some simple dietary tips that help.
A good night’s sleep is essential for your body to heal itself, repair any damage and balance your physical, emotional and hormonal state. Memory and the ability to function are both affected, but help is at hand.
Keep forgetting things, or just not as sharp as you used to be? It may be your age, but that doesn’t mean you can’t improve things and just reading a book might be the answer.
Increased weight, brain fog and heart problems are sadly common at menopause, but help may be at hand in the form of chocolate. Believe it or not, there are several health benefits in eating it, including staying slim, so let’s see what they are…
Everyone is forgetful at some time or other, but if it is happening more often and worrying you then check here if some simple dietary changes could help.
Is fasting a healthy way to lose weight and help keep your brain young to avoid the ‘brain fog’ so common at menopause.