Leah Campbell is a writer and editor living in Anchorage, Alaska. She's a single mother by choice and enjoys spending time with her son, hiking, fishing, biking and reading. There are many factors that can contribute to brain fog during menopause, including fluctuating hormone levels, sleep deprivation and stress. While there is no one cure-all for brain fog, there are a few things you can do to help improve your symptoms.
- Get plenty of rest. Brain fog is often caused by fatigue or lack of sleep.
- Exercise regularly. Exercise can help decrease stress levels and improve overall mood.
- Eat healthy foods. A balanced diet rich in fruits, vegetables and whole grains can help improve cognitive function.
- Manage stress levels. Meditation, yoga and deep breathing exercises can help to reduce stress levels.