Top Brain Expert Reveals Why Women Are More At Risk of Alzheimer’s & Cognitive Decline and What They Can Do to Prevent It with Dr. Lisa Mosconi
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This episode is brought to you by BiOptimizers, Lumebox, and AquaTru. Women can spend up to 40% of their lives in menopause, and we know that they often experience changes in their mood, cognition, and overall brain health during this time. But these changes aren’t discussed openly or discussed with no helpful solutions, leaving women feeling hopeless, alone, or unsupported. Today’s guest is a brain researcher here to shed light on the changes during this time and what we can do to support women entering this phase.  Today, on the Dhru Purohit Show, Dhru sits down with Dr. Lisa Mosconi to discuss what happens to a woman’s brain when she goes through menopause and the connection to Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Mosconi shares how to care for women’s brains during puberty, pregnancy, and menopause, how to prevent dementia and the lifestyle habits that can help women navigate the transition into menopause.  Lisa Mosconi, PhD, is an associate professor of neuroscience in neurology and radiology at Weill Cornell Medicine and the director of the Women’s Brain Initiative and the Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic at Weill Cornell Medicine/NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. She is also the New York Times bestselling author of The XX Brain and Brain Food.   In this episode, Dhru and Dr. Mosconi dive into (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): What happens to the brain during menopause (0:00:20 / 0:00:20) Research as validation for women’s experience (13:40 / 10:40) Brain changes during the 3Ps in a woman’s life (16:39 / 13:00) Life contentment during perimenopause and menopause (20:11 / 16:51) Epigenetic’s role in menopause (26:03 / 22:34) Lifestyle changes that are critical for optimal brain health (31:15 / 27:45) Three types of exercise for menopause and what they activate (37:34 / 33:32) What is menopause and when does perimenopause start (45:06 / 41:18) Lifestyle factors that cause the early onset of puberty (52:36 / 48:50) Environmental toxins that Dr. Mosconi removed from her home (57:30 / 53:35) Whole foods diet, fiber, and protein for optimal health (1:00:00 / 56:08) The research behind Hormone Replacement Therapy (1:21:32 / 1:17:22) Also mentioned in this episode: Dr. Mosconi’s Slideshow  The Menopause Brain Go to bioptimizers.com/dhru now and enter promo code DHRU10 to get 10% off any order and up to 2 travel-size bottles of Magnesium Breakthrough for a limited time. Lumebox is offering my community $260 off their FDA-approved portable Red Light device! That's over 40% off! Go to thelumebox.com/dhru and get your Red Light device.  AquaTru is a countertop reverse osmosis purifier with a four-stage filtration system that removes 15x more contaminants than the bestselling water filters out there. Go to dhrupurohit.com/filter/ and get $100 off when you try AquaTru for yourself. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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