Brain fog is a term used to describe various symptoms that can affect your thinking, including forgetfulness and difficulty concentrating. While brain fog is common during menopause, it can occur at any time in your life.
The cause of brain fog isn't completely understood, but it's thought to be related to hormonal changes and other factors like stress and sleep deprivation. Some people also report that symptoms improve when they make changes to their diet or lifestyle.
If you're experiencing brain fog, there are a few things you can do to try and improve symptoms. First, make sure you're getting enough sleep and try to reduce stress levels as much as possible. You may also want to consider making some dietary changes, such as eating more fruits and vegetables and incorporating healthy fats into your diet. Finally, if your symptoms persist, talk to your doctor about possible treatment options.