How To Know If You Should Worry About Alzheimer's Disease
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Oftentimes, when women comes out on the other side of menopause, or simply as both genders age, a common fear starts to rise, bringing along with it all of the associated questions that one might ponder: "Will I end up with Alzheimer's Disease?" Or, "How do I know if I am starting to really lose my mind?"
While these questions are generally valid, there is a lot of misunderstanding surrounding Alzheimer's Disease, brain fog, and menopause. Sometimes what feels as fogginess can actually be a natural response to our physical changes as we switch from the left hemisphere of the brain to the right one.
Dr. Northrup gives a fascinating 10-minute breakdown of neurological assessment, how to know when we're at risk for dementia or Alzheimer's Disease, how to know when menopause has taken a toll on the mind, and if you need to be concerned.
It's an incredible video you have to watch all the way through to fully appreciate.
Check out Dr. Northrup's video talk, "How to Keep Your Brain Healthy for Life" now:
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