Brain Support

Clear the Fog

Learn about products curated to support menopause brain health. Manage symptoms like fuzzy brain and menopause forgetfulness more effectively.

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We help menopause make sense.

We share the facts about hormones — because when it comes to managing your symptoms, knowledge is power.

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Brain Support Q&A with Dr. Liss, OB-GYN

How does estrogen impact thinking and memory during menopause?

Estrogen plays a vital role in brain function, protecting cells and supporting neurotransmitters. Its decline during menopause affects brain structure and function and leads to what’s commonly known as "brain fog”. This is temporary and often improves after menopause.

Can changes in lifestyle help slow down memory loss during menopause?

To help with brain fog or forgetfulness during menopause, prioritize sleep, exercise regularly, eat foods rich in antioxidants and omega-3s, and stay hydrated. It's also important to practice mindfulness, do puzzles and memory games, and socialize often. If you have questions/concerns, talk to your doctor.

Is brain fog normal during menopause?

Yes, brain fog is a common symptom during menopause, affecting nearly two-thirds of people in this transition due to hormonal changes impacting cognitive functions. Poor sleep also contributes to brain symptoms.

What helps with brain fog during menopause?

Exercise, healthy eating, good sleep hygiene, managing stress, and possibly menopause hormone therapy can help alleviate brain fog during menopause.

What is menopause brain fog?

Menopause brain fog refers to temporary memory issues and cognitive difficulties like trouble concentrating and finding words, often linked to hormonal changes during the menopause transition. If you’re concerned about your memory, talk with your healthcare provider.


Our 2-minute Symptom Navigator is the first step to understanding the link between how you're feeling, hormonal changes, and what you can do about it (learn more and explore solutions).