You & Your Brain: A Conversation About Menopause
Join top experts and women like you for a wide-ranging conversation.
October 18 at noon ET/9 a.m. PT
Every woman goes through menopause, and yet it can feel like you’re spinning your wheels when you need information about what’s happening to you. How is your brain affected? Is it normal to be so forgetful? Anxious? And does anyone else feel hot in here? If you’re looking for frank, fascinating answers, join us.
During this free, virtual event you’ll learn
How your brain changes during menopause and ways to keep it sharp
Why you’re sleeping differently and how to manage
The truth about hormone therapy
How to handle anxiety
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“A Conversation About Menopause” is part of the You & Your Brain series hosted by Prevention, HealthyWomen and the Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement.
Roberta Diaz Brinton, Ph.D.
Director of the UA Center for Innovation in Brain Science at the University of Arizona Health Sciences
Lauren Streicher, M.D.
Founding director of the Northwestern Medicine Center for Menopause and the Northwestern Medicine Center for Sexual Health
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