Female Inability to Concentrate

Veterinarian Reviewed on January 13, 2012 by Paulina Nelega, RH
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Female Inability to Concentrate

Inability to Concentrate – Woman’s Hormonal Changes

Difficulty in concentrating is frequently considered as the inability to concentrate. With this, women experience general forgetfulness, disorientation and lost of thoughts. This can lead to a lot of problems to the personal life of a person and within the workplace. Thus, it is important to know the right characteristics to ease the concerns about the said illness. Women are suffering from such disorder as the result of menopause.

The characteristics of difficulty in concentrating are consists of symptoms of a menopausal woman; however, it varies through its intensity degrees.

Inability to Concentrate Causes

For women, the inability to concentrate is caused by hormonal changeability. Estrogen plays an important role in the brain function. The neurotransmitters within the brain regulate the cognitive function, which includes the concentration ability and heightened memory. It is shown that the norepinephrine, serotonin and acetylcholine regulate the abilities of the cognitive function. If a person has shortage with the important neurotransmitters, then there is a decrease in the brain’s cognitive function. The lack of the neurotransmitters would lead to the difficulty in concentrating or the inability to concentrate. Moreover, estrogen has a major effect within the production of the three neurotransmitters. The high levels of estrogen would help the increase in production. It also stimulates the blood flow within the brain.

Fatigue and sleep disorders can render some women to be exhausted which make them not to properly concentrate in everyday tasks. Psychological symptoms could also lead to difficulty in concentrating such as anxiety, panic disorders and depression.

There is certain host which might influence the concentration level of a woman. Even though, the major cause of the difficulty in concentration is the lack of estrogen within the brain. Keep in mind that such are medical options in treating the illness. Here are additional causes of this medical disorder:

  • Drug use
  • Hyperactivity disorders
  • Poor nutrition
  • Neurological disorders
  • Natural aging

The Treatment for the Inability to Concentrate

In treating such illness, you could use the “three-tiered” option or approach. Moreover, it is recommended to begin with the slightest persistent options.

  • Alternative medicines – these are substitutes for any drug prescription. These address certain hormonal imbalance and it is considered as the most effective treatment method. There are two kinds of herbs which can be used to treat such difficulty in concentrating while improving one’s concentration. These herbs are the non-estrogenic herbs and phyto-estrogenic herbs. Non-estrogenic herbs stimulate the hormonal production of women through nourishing the endocrine and pituitary glands that produces more hormones that are natural. The phyto-estrogenic herbs which contain estrogenic components that came from plants.
  • The medical experts should undertake surgery and drug – this is used to more serious incidence of inability to concentrate.
  • Lifestyle changes – healthy diet could help to endure the said illness. This helps one’s diet which is rich in nutrients such as omega-6 and omega-3 found in walnuts, peanuts, fish ad other enriched proteins. Keep in mind that you have to cut the consumption of sugar, alcohol and caffeine since it will also lead to one’s difficulty in concentrating.

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Our Expert

Paulina Nelega, RH
Paulina Nelega, RH, has been in private practice as a Clinical Herbalist for over 15 years. She has developed and taught courses in herbal medicine, and her articles on health have appeared in numerous publications. She is very passionate about the healing power of nature. Ask Dr. Jan

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