What Are The Symptoms Of Menopause Fuzzy Thinking-misao

Health This part of what are the symptoms of menopause deals with something very familiar to women in menopause: fuzzy thinking. How often have you forgotten your car keys, right after you put them down? Or your reading glasses? Some women have 5 or 6 pairs of glasses because they just cannot keep track of them! Of course, this may not have anything to do with the symptoms of menopause, but very often it is one of the most common symptoms: fuzzy thinking. Frequently, fuzzy thinking means that your body is trying to tell you that it is overburdened, stressed out and in need of some attention. The stresses of modern day living, with it’s multi-tasking and endless bombardment of information can take a huge toll on your hormonal balance. This imbalance can cause the very annoying menopause symptom of fuzzy thinking. What are the reasons for fuzzy thinking? When the body is overburdened it automatically shuts down for a spell. It is just a simple matter of survival. Imagine a filing cabinet full of folders that keep getting more and more added until it is over-capacity. Add a lack of adequate rest, poor nutrition, too much caffeine, etc. and the stage is set for a period of fuzzy thinking. During menopause it is normal for the hormones to slow down production. This can easily cause a hormonal imbalance that sets off the foggy, clouded thinking. Try as you might, something is just missing and you cannot focus or concentrate. This is because the necessary hormones are simply not there in adequate supply. What can be done about fuzzy thinking? First realize that, in all likelihood, your case is not so severe. Also, you can rest assured that there is almost always a great deal you can do on your own to help. Of course, very severe cases should be treated by a medical doctor. One of the first places to look is your daily planner. If it is jam packed to the max with appointments and things to do you should find a way to change this. It may not be so easily done, but it can be done and will bring quick results. Another likely suspect is your sleeping pattern. It does not take long for a chronic lack of sleep to do damage to the brain. There is no way around it: the human body requires adequate sleep and rest to function properly. You might think that a lack of sleep has little effect on the brain, but many studies have shown a decreased ability to recall things from the short-term memory and an inability to process information for the long term memory. Not only that, but the ability to quickly react is affected by a lack of quality sleep. Nutrition plays a huge role as well in preventing fuzzy thinking. A good example is to remember how it was to participate in a lengthy meeting on an empty stomach! Or the wasted feeling of too much sugar and caffeine, especially when it wears off! On the other hand, having a healthy diet can work wonders for the body and mind. Good nutrition supplies the ingredients our bodies need to operate at their best. Taking a quality vitamin/mineral supplement is also good advice. What are the symptoms of menopause is a series of articles dealing with the many symptoms of menopause. Fuzzy thinking is one of the most common menopause symptoms, and one of the easiest to do something about on your own. About the Author: are two of the projects that Randy Hough and Laura Simon, MSW,MEd, have worked together on to help families. They live and work in the Upper Valley of Vermont. Randy Hough This all started when a therapist asked Randy what his secret was. This led to a search for safe and natural remedies for the stresses of modern life. Our site, .safemenopauserelief.. has well researched information on products and methods to help you. There really are many ways to get safe menopause relief. "All they wanted was love and affection!" Line from a song by the Irish band, Clannad, about street ki Article Published On: 相关的主题文章:

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