When women approach menopause it is very common for us to suffer memory lapses or ‘ foggy memory moments’ and the inability to concentrate. We may misplace our car keys, forget people’s names or forget their birthdays. We may lose our train of thought easily, and find it more difficult to focus, which can be very distressing at times. These symptoms are considered a normal part of the menopause, and are associated with a decline of oestrogens at this time, together with high stress levels.
Not All Hormones Are Prescribed Equally Not all hormone therapies that are prescribed and taken are created equally. HRT and BHRT are two very different