01 SEP 2023

Does Menopause Cause Brain Fog?

Yes, and thankfully, it's temporary. Learn more from this Mayo Clinic Minute.

Menopause can bring on an array of symptoms from hot flashes and night sweats to weight gain. But can it cause problems with memory?

The side profile of a woman gingerly touching her temples as she tried to concentrate.Brain fog is often used by women during menopause to describe problems with memory, concentration and focus. Although brain fog caused by menopause is not a permanent condition, it sometimes creates concerns about dementia.

NorthBay Health’s clinic collaborators at Mayo Clinic explain the connection between menopause and brain fog in this installment of Mayo Clinic Minute.

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