As menopause approaches, some women suffer ‘brain fog’ and memory loss. What’s causing these problems? – The Washington Post

Pat Lea, 72, a longtime friend who lives in England, began forgetting words midsentence when she was 48, impairing her ability to speak in public and provoking countless embarrassing moments. Lea, then a housing benefits manager in a London borough, tried making light of it, then began writing her notes in advance, but things only became worse.

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