Dementia–Might Just Be Menopause Transition

Just read this article The Brain Fog Of Menopause Can Burn Off by Jane E. Brody. It talks about the effects of menopause on memory, and the misdiagnosis of the symptoms leading to some doctors falsely informing patients that they have frontotemporal dementia.

I don’t know about you, but I have been there, and am still there. I’ve started to read with intention, and I even take pictures of where I park at the airport. Don’t laugh it helps.

Take a look at the article, and remember “thisisyourbestyear”–this too shall pass.

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This is my best year ever, and it can be yours too. When I turned 40, I thought it was the end of life as I knew it. When I turned 50, I knew it was the end. It was the end, the end of that year--nothing more and nothing less. I've retired, gone to another career, started a business, and have kept writing. I've taken classes including glass blowing, swing dancing and so much more. I'm making each year, my best year.

2 thoughts on “Dementia–Might Just Be Menopause Transition

  1. RELIEF! I get so frustrated when I can’t remember where I parked; especially when I think I know! What’s more frustrating is after you find your car, you’re left with that empty feeling of “ Gosh, I knew it was real close!”. Thank God, I’m not alone….and more importantly, I’m here…today…to testify! Go, all my Sisters!

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