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What is brain fog?

Cognitive difficulties are something that occurs in 60% of women who are going through menopause. This is called brain fog.

It is a common symptom in women entering perimenopause that can continue as you enter this next phase of your life. Brain fog does not always involve memory loss, but can affect verbal learning and attention.

Estrogen and other hormones change as menopause occurs, which can change bodily functions and brain function. When naturally circulating hormones change, or are decreased, things like normal brain function and memory can be affected.

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Rhonda R. Voskuhl, M.D.
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Professor of Neurology,

University California Los Angeles

 

Rhonda Voskuhl, M.D., is a Professor of Neurology at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Dr. Voskuhl has worked in the field of neurodegenerative diseases for over two decades. Her focus is to discover treatments to improve disabilities. Using cutting edge gene expression and neuroimaging approaches, she identified an estrogen type and dose that binds to receptors in the brain to improve cognition in disease models. Then, she led clinical trials in women which showed that treatment improved cognition and prevented brain atrophy in cognitive regions.

Since brain aging and cognitive difficulties can occur in healthy women during menopause, she began focusing on finding a safe treatment alternative for otherwise healthy women during menopause, namely one that can improve cognition. Dr. Voskuhl is the inventor on UCLA patents to this end. She sees the aging population and cognitive issues associated with it as the greatest challenge of our generation and is dedicated to addressing this unmet need by finding solutions to this pervasive problem which affects women, their families and friends, and their quality of life.

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