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Mentalpause: Mental and Emotional Issues Associated with Menopause

By December 28, 2011 - 9:13am
Sponsored By Vibrance Associates

Written by Editors, Red Hot Mamas


In the past, menopause research has primarily focused on the physiological and biological changes during a woman's life. However, clinical studies in menopause and neuropsychology have become more popular with fascinating results surfacing over the past few years.
It is now widely accepted that menopause is linked to certain psychological and behavioral changes. Thinking, speech, short- and long-term memory, spatial and time changes are all relevant changes that many women may experience.


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