Poor Memory/Difficulty Concentrating

Brain Fog is a term used to describe a range of cognitive issues associated with menopause, including forgetfulness and difficulty concentrating. These conditions are often related to “menopausal fatigue,” and can be exacerbated by night sweats and insomnia. Fluctuations in estrogen and progesterone levels are the primary cause of most menopause symptoms, which research has also linked to problems with memory and cognitive decline. 

Brain Fog can be treated through prescribed hormonal therapy or addressed through lifestyle modifications like, eating a well-balanced diet, getting adequate sleep, exercising regularly, and practicing mindfulness.