How menopause affects the brain | Lisa Mosconi

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Many of the symptoms of menopause -- hot flashes, night sweats, insomnia, memory lapses, depression and anxiety -- start in the brain. How exactly does menopause impact cognitive health? Sharing groundbreaking findings from her research, neuroscientist Lisa Mosconi reveals how decreasing hormonal levels affect brain aging -- and shares simple lifestyle changes you can make to support lifelong brain health.




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Stress is bad for my brain. Get rid of husband. And kids. And work.

Author — Clara Raimundi

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Men play a roll in woman having stress depression and aging. Period

Author — Matrix Prison

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Menopause is killing been really tough. I don't seem to know who I am anymore?! I miss the old me but I know she is never coming back. I just need to accept that this is how we were created and hope it gets better. It's like a scary roller coaster ride with no end in sight.

Author — JJ

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Sleep....if only we could sleep like a man, life would be sweet!

Author — Carlin Kay

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I've had absolutely no symptoms of menopause at 53 periods have just stopped. I'm very happy about that!

Author — Samantha Jane

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I had almost stopped watching TEDs because so many of them fail to convey anything useful. But this lady not only provides reassurance but also advises middle-aged women. Thank you!

Author — Mary Blaufuss

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I haven't found anything that relieves my stress as much as MUSIC. Pairing the right music with negative feelings and emotions, can reverse them; it can also help you sleep better, work harder, and exercise more often and more strenuously. The right music makes everything better. Try it!

Author — Mary Ann

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Keep talking about Menopause is the right way to help as much Womens as possibile thanks for sharing great Video !!

Author — Hayley Smith

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Many are saying flippantly, "take estrogen replacement!" like it's a solution for all. Please stop saying that. As a person with a history of breast cancer, I cannot have HRT. Not everyone is a candidate, and many of us are breast cancer survivors!

Author — Christine

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and how many hundreds of women were institutionalised in the past due to medicine being clueless to these affects

Author — Devahiti Yoga Studio Ballito Therapeutic movement

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My mom says that after menopause she has become more sensitive to temperature and complains when it's hot and cold.

Author — hdmat101

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Here watching this video at 7am, after not sleeping at all last night due to menopause. Good times

Author — Nichole Arel

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Sometimes its like i am losing my mind ... I am not enjoying this at all ..

Author — Adriana Bonita Aziz

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I want a sequel to this. More info please.

Author — Madison

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I’m 43, perimenepausal and it’s like sitting back watching a mad woman. Also, some things are so beautiful I can’t stand it and sob. Good times. I can’t wait for the other side.

Author — Claudette S

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Just started menopause during the pandemic. I meditate, practice loving kindness and accept my body with whatever it needs to do. Dance/yoga is helpful. Let's keep sending positive energy and laughter to one another. Be kind to your brain!

Author — Jayne Krim

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If your symptoms are extreme you probably should get your thyroid checked.

Author — Dee Dee Winfrey

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This is fascinating At age 61 I’m in menapause-had hysterectomy at age 42 and was left with one ovary For past two years I’ve been Dx with Hashimotos, Osteoporosis, anxiety, depression, memory dysfunction, hearing loss and more and I feel like my body has been hijcked by Menapause Doctor is ignorant about this subjects

Author — Rita Hall

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I have a couple of fibroid tumors. My OBGYN wanted to TAKE OUT MY UTERUS because I was "passed my childbearing years"
That's the limit of his vision. I am tired of men just yanking out the lady parts as the answer!!! How about a lobotomy too?!??!

Author — Stephanie Brady

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What helped me most was giving up gluten. And we’ve got to keep up exercising and other physical health care.

Author — Natalie Parker