DiscoverThriving In MenopauseS3 Ep 01 Brain fog - why can't I think straight?
S3 Ep 01 Brain fog -  why can't I think straight?

S3 Ep 01 Brain fog - why can't I think straight?

Update: 2022-02-27
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Brain fog – why can't I think straight?


It's a common fear when you start forgetting names, wondering why you just walked into a room, struggling to concentrate…that what if this is the start of dementia? It's a proven fact that this cloudy thinking becomes worse for many of us around perimenopause. But the good news is that most times these aren't early signs of dementia. In this episode Dr Caroline Gurvich, a clinical neuropsychologist at Monash University in Melbourne, discusses the research she is doing into menopausal brain fog and explains all: why it happens and what we can do about it.


Dr Gurvich is looking for recruits for her study. All that’s required is filling in a simple half-hour questionnaire. If you’re between 45 and 60, you can take this online questionnaire here.

See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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S3 Ep 01 Brain fog -  why can't I think straight?

S3 Ep 01 Brain fog - why can't I think straight?

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