My menopause 'brain fog' memory loss, by Changing Rooms star Anna Richardson

My menopause 'brain fog' memory loss, by Changing Rooms star Anna Richardson
My menopause 'brain fog' memory loss, by Changing Rooms star Anna Richardson
My menopause 'brain fog' memory loss, by Changing Rooms star Anna Richardson The Changing Rooms star said menopause lapses caused her to reshoot scenes  The TV host will appear on Channel 4, Can I Improve My Memory? this Thursday  Research is currently under way into links between menopause and dementia 

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 TV presenter Anna Richardson has revealed how her struggles with the menopause’s ‘brain fog’ have hit her confidence as a working woman.

The Changing Rooms star, who recently split from her long-term partner Sue Perkins, said her menopausal memory lapses have even forced her to repeatedly reshoot scenes while filming – a rarity when she was younger.

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Ms Richardson, 50, said: ‘Being middle-aged, a middle-aged professional and being a middle-aged woman in particular, and going through the menopause, I just noticed that my mind isn’t as sharp as it used to be and that I wasn’t able to retain as much information.

The Changing Rooms star, who recently split from her long-term partner Sue Perkins, said her menopausal memory lapses have even forced her to repeatedly reshoot scenes while filming

The Changing Rooms star, who recently split from her long-term partner Sue Perkins, said her menopausal memory lapses have even forced her to repeatedly reshoot scenes while filming

‘I started to struggle with being able to articulate myself, being able to remember lists, being able to retain information.

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