I feel like my brain is getting fuzzy is this hormonal? What sort of treatments can help me with this?
Posted by Dr. Allison Pontius in Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement, Menopause Management on February 12th
As I have gotten older my memory has gotten so much worse and my brain so fuzzy. I was starting to get worried that I was getting Alzheimer's or dementia but I did some research and now I think it is hormonal. What sort of treatments could help with this?
Estrogen is your hormone of memory so if you are near the time of menopause or post menopausal, very likely an estrogen deficiency is contributing to memory problems especially the brain fog that many women experience. Certainly we want to improve memory. There are many nutritional things that can help with memory, particular supplements such as Phosphatidylserine and Vinpocetine, keeping mentally active by reading, doing crosswords, doing puzzles and using the brain helps as well.
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