I’m A Neuroscientist: This Is How Women 50+ Should Protect Their Brains

“There are cultures and societies around the world where women do not fear menopause… and that correlates with fewer symptoms,” she explains. For instance, in Japan, the word for menopause is “konenki,” which means “renewed energy.” Mosconi adds, “It means a new phase of life. It’s something that should not be dreaded.” Coincidentally, research has found that Japanese women report fewer menopause struggles7