Feeling like a hot flushing, night sweating, moody version of our former self, can challenge the most resilient woman.
Cognition and Mood Changes
What does the North American Menopause Society (NAMS) explain in their latest video about menopause, cognition and mood changes?
In Video Series-2020, the NAMS’s video What You Need To Know About Cognition and Mood Changes explains:
Menopause Moods Pattern
On page two in Mental & Emotional Health: What Can You Do To Help Your Mental & Emotional Health the (Australian) Jean Hailes for Women’s Health explain:
- “Keep a diary to help clarify:
- Your symptoms of depression, anxiety or stress
- The things that trigger feelings of distress
- What creates positive or negative thoughts for you”.
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