Why does thinking turn into so difficult when we reach that certain age?
When the changes of menopause start happening, it kind of feels that our ability to concentrate, complete tasks, and needless to say simple, little, on a regular basis things (like our own names) goes out the window.
It can feel like you’re losing your mind (or at least your glasses)!
In Think Again!, Jeanne Andrus tackles “brain fog” – a term she uses for the symptoms of menopause that impact the way you think. She covers why they happen, what they feel like, and how to tell when these might be symptoms of a more serious issue.
More importantly, she covers how you’ll be able to cope with these changes in your daily life, including how you’ll be able to optimize your approach to brain health to verify you’ll be able to “think again” for the rest of your life.
Think Again! covers topics from choosing the right list-making software to finding out which supplements may permit you to think better to knowing whether or not “brain training” exercises help. Ms. Andrus uses her experience in working with women going through menopause that can assist you take into account and manage how “the change” is changing you.