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'Brain fog' during menopause is real – it can disrupt women's work and spark dementia fears

By Caroline Gurvich, Associate professor and Clinical Neuropsychologist, Monash University
Chen Zhu, Monash University
Shalini Arunogiri, Addiction Psychiatrist, Senior Lecturer, Monash University
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The symptoms of menopause, which can include sleep disturbance, depression, anxiety and ‘brain fog’ can span perimenopause and last for up to ten years.The Conversation


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