Menopausal brain fog is characterised by memory loss and forgetfulness. There are several factors that might contribute to this. A decline in the hormone progesterone can induce mood swings, sleep problems, and cause brain fog. A drop in oestrogen can result in hot flushes, confusion, decreased energy, and brain fog. To compound the issue further, other symptoms of the menopause such as difficulty sleeping and depression can also impact memory and overall cognitive function.
Have you ever felt like your brain is in a fog? Like you can't think straight and everything is just a little bit harder than it should be? If so, you're not alone. Brain fog is a common symptom of many different viruses. In this blog post, we will explore what brain fog is, why it happens after a virus, and some ways to help clear it up.