How to Manage Menopausal “Foggy Thinking”

How to Manage Menopausal “Foggy Thinking”

Do you often feel like you might be forgetting something? Over the years and through various studies, it has been suggested that menopause can cause “foggy thinking” which includes things like short term memory loss, easily losing focus, and just simply being forgetful. But what causes this and how can you manage it? The Impact…

Menopausal Hot Flashes and Memory Loss

Menopausal Hot Flashes and Memory Loss

New research results seem to show that women who have experienced hot flashes during menopause are more prone to having issues with their memory. An extensive study was done at universities in Illinois and Chicago in the USA, where they tested the memory of several women in menopause. The results showed that women who experienced…

High Blood Sugar Levels Linked to Memory Loss

Many people now associate elevated blood sugar levels with diabetes or even pre-diabetes, but new research has highlighted a little-known adverse effect of higher blood sugar levels that can impair your brain – even if your levels are technically still within a ‘normal’ range. The study – an extremely important one considering the epidemic of…

High Blood Sugar Linked to Memory Decline

An impaired ability to regulate blood sugar is associated with shrinkage of a part of the brain involved in memory and learning. The brain needs a rapid and constant supply of glucose to function at its best. Previous research has suggested that in diabetes, problems in glucose regulation could affect the brain’s chemistry and lead…