Brainwave entrainment, a powerful, clinically proven technology that uses audio and/or visual pulses to stimulate different areas of the brain, is an effective treatment for menopause. Specially designed recordings can target the area of the brain that releases estrogen, diminishing or eliminating the symptoms of menopause and memory loss due to uneven levels of estrogen.
You can handle the hot flashes that turn your face bright red like a blushing teenager, after her first slow dance.
You can even hide the ever-growing spare tire around your once slim waist, with a big, baggy shirt and a tied-dyed scar… strategically placed.
You can even stop eating your weight in chocolate…when the moment is right.
And sleep, you don’t need to sleep. Sleep is overrated, right?
But the one thing that makes you weak in the knees, is the thought that you may be losing your memory…the one thing that separates you from being old…like your Grandma.
You have to make a list now, when you go to the grocery store…but you generally forget the list.
You argue that your husband didn’t tell you that he used the last of the toothpaste, but you suspect that maybe he did.
Your boss’ secretary calls you and says that you missed an important meeting…and for the life of you, you can’t remember anyone telling you about it in the first place…and yes, it was written on your calendar.
Are you losing your memory because you’re in menopause?
Well, most likely, yes.
A large number of women experiencing menopause complain of memory problems or lapses.
Neuropsychologist Miriam Weber from the University of Rochester Medical Center says that her work suggests that something is happening in the brain of menopausal women related to memory. It’s not the kind of memory loss you might experience if your brain was deteriorating from disease though.
According to her studies, memory deterioration in peri-menopausal women seems to be all about the cognition process. Cognition refers to the mental process of attention, remembering, producing and understanding language, and solving problems.
Menopause may interfere with a woman’s ability to retain information. They can’t focus and neural pathways aren’t being made from her some of her day-to-day experiences.
Declining levels of the hormone estrogen may be the link to this deteriorating condition. And it’s not a straight road getting through menopause. Estrogen levels bounce all over the place, advancing and declining like the tides of the ocean. One moment, a woman’s memory may be just fine, and then the next, not so fine.
If memory slips are caused by fluctuations in estrogen, then there will be times when a woman may not be able to recall or retrain thoughts.
You can’t help it…or can you?
Save this article in your favorites so that the next time you forget something, you can look up what to do about it….because you may forget you read this, if your estrogen level is low at this moment.