Menopausal brain fog is real.

Sure, it may sound like a euphemism for a late night. 

Evidence shows women going through the menopause experience increased forgetfulness, lack of concentration, an inability to focus and think clearly—researchers refer to these symptoms as ‘brain fog’.

Not only is brain fog frustrating, but it also impacts on your work, relationship and self-esteem.

What can you do about it?

Here are some tips to help you prevent brain fog:

  1. Follow a healthy diet and lifestyle. In particular, stock up on brain-boosting food rich in omega 3 oils like salmon.
  2. Exercise regularly. Aim for 30mins of cardiovascular exercise 3 - 5 times a week This could be walking, running, cycling or swimming.
  3. Get quality sleep. This will help your brain recharge. Skip the caffeine or alcohol before bed and replace it with a hot bath, herbal tea and a good book. 
  4. Give your brain a workout too. For instance, you can try doing a crossword, Sudoku puzzles, learning a new skill or taking up a hobby. 

 

Here at Kira, we support you to be the best you. Our range of products are inspired by and for women. We want to help you lead a more active, balanced & productive life.

If you’re struggling to sleep, try our Kira Restful Sleep remedy. This is a traditional remedy made from valerian, a herb used for centuries as a sleep aid. 

Don’t take our word for it - try it. 

For more details on how to purchase Kira Restful Sleep and our other products check out a website here www.kiraforwomen.co.uk