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Preventing and Treating Menopause Brain Fog

Current research has determined that nearly 60 percent of women experience significant cognition issues including loss of memory, word recall, tracking in conversations, and verbal learning.   Many patients report the feeling as a cloud over their thinking or a constant “brain fog.” This brain fog begins during perimenopause which lasts an average of 6 years before the last menstrual period.  The symptoms intensify in the last year and persist into full menopause when hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, dry eyes, and skin join the existing symptom complex. (more…)

There are a variety of myths surrounding sex and aging, such as the idea that older people don’t participate in or don’t enjoy sex as younger people do. Studies have shown that older couples still enjoy engaging in sexual activity as they age well into the seventies and even eighties.