Supporting the Perimenopausal Brain [RECORDING]


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Presenter: Dr Elisabeth Philipps PhD BSc(Hons) BSc Nut. Med.

The menopause is a natural part of a women’s life when she stops having periods. This usually happens between 45 and 55 years old and is a gradual process that happens over months or years. Changing hormone levels contribute to a number of different symptoms, in particular affecting neurological function including mood changes, memory problems, sleep issues and hot flashes.

There are a number of options to women for managing this change in their lives but a functional medicine approach of diet and lifestyle changes can greatly support the changes occurring in the brain-endocrine axis, including supporting blood sugar levels that feed into hypothalamic and brain function as a whole.

Join Dr Elisabeth Philipps as she discusses the latest research into the impact of menopausal hormonal changes in the brain and how this can be positively impacted through a functional medicine approach. Topics covered include:

  • How oestrogen and progesterone affect brain function through menopause
  • The role of glucose, hypothalamic function, oestrogen and hot flashes, mood changes and memory problems
  • Managing menopausal brain fog and blood lipids through the diet and specific nutrient support to reduce the risk of stroke and cognitive decline
  • Managing depression, anxiety and the menopause through lifestyle and diet
  • Resetting the post-menopausal brain using essential nutritional supplements and lifestyle factors to balance the brain-endocrine axis as it enters this new phase of life