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Menopause and the Mind The Complete Guide to Coping with the Cognitive Effects of Perimenopause and Menopause Including Memory LossFoggy ThinkingVerbal Slips

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This book eally explained a lot of things some of Menopause the Mind gives every woman the survival of things some of Menopause and the Mind gives every woman the survival she needs to manage the thinking and memory symptoms long overlooked by the medical establishment that accompany the onset of perimenopause and menopause As early as their late thirties many women begin to experience a ange of startling changes in the way they speak emember drink and navigate Sometimes these changes begin with occasional slips of the tongue Other times a former champion speller Biggles In The Antarctic realizes that she's isn't so sure how to spell potato or forty or an organization maven loses track of her appointments Some women find they can'temember the name of THEIR OLDEST FRIEND OR HOW TO oldest friend or how to on the computer Others put the shampoo bottle in the An Unofficial Encyclopedia of Strategy for Fortniters refrigerator instead of the shower caddy or forget where they are going enoute to the supermarket they've shopped at for years These symptoms occur with. Hich I wouldn t have thought would be The Ausar Auset Nutrition Handbook related to meno. Greater freuency as women enter their forties fifties and beyond but often they are chalked up to stress or age Howeverepeated lapses in memory and ecurrences of foggy thinking can be terrifying causing some
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to wonder What's to me Could this be early Alzheimer's Disease Neuropsychologist Claire Warga provides the first scientific explanation for this me Could this be early Alzheimer's Disease Neuropsychologist Claire Warga provides the first scientific explanation for this hormonal misconnection syndrome Drawing upon ecent brain and clinical esearch she shows that forgetfulness malapropisms and lost concentration are not manifestations of dementia or senility; instead they esult from the depletion of estrogen in the brain cells of women as they enter perimenopause And Menopause Armed With This Knowledge Warga Offers Women A menopause Armed with this knowledge Warga offers women a plan for egaining control andconfidence in their mindsWarga explains in clear simple language the cutting edge sc. Pause in any fashion I would ecommend it to all wome. Ience that underlies the hormonal misconnection syndrome Research shows that a decrease in estrogen which begins with the onset of Ience that underlies the hormonal misconnection syndrome Research shows that a decrease in estrogen which begins with the onset of at about age 35 produces detectable changes in the parts of the brain having to do with memory and attention and can affect multiple neurotransmitter systems There is also evidence that estrogen loss impacts verbal memory and learning Yet emarkably the medical establishment has failed tot use this esearch to help the millions of perimenopausal and menopausal women who suffer from speech memory attention or cognitivebehavioral symptoms Most doctors know a good deal about the physical and emotional symptoms of menopause but little about how it affects the brain Claire Warga fills this vacuum and provides every woman with the information she needs to take care of herself with the information she needs to take care of herself her own and in consultation with her doct.