Archive for April, 2020

FREE MENOPAUSE NEWSLETTERS FROM THE MENOPAUSE EXCHANGE

Tuesday, April 28th, 2020

We are e-mailing our quarterly newsletters for FREE to anyone with an interest in the menopause, midlife and post-menopausal health.

The Menopause Exchange newsletters contain easy-to-read articles written by healthcare professionals (such as gynaecologists, GPs, consultants, specialist menopause nurses,  pharmacists, dieticians and complementary therapists) and major medical charities. We provide impartial, practical information on menopausal symptoms, osteoporosis, self-help and lifestyle tips, HRT, prescribed medicine alternatives to HRT, complementary therapies and medicines, nutrition, exercise and health topics such as a man’s guide to the menopause, menopause in different cultures and diabetes and the menopause.

Back Issues – Special Offer

We have suspended sending back issues by post and accepting cheque payments. If you would like back issues we can email them to you at a reduced price of £6.00 for four issues and £12.00 for nine issues. Please pay by PayPal or email us your full name and email address so that we can organise a PayPal invoice for you.

Norma Goldman BPharm. MRPharmS. MSc.
Founder & Director of The Menopause Exchange.

MENOPAUSE ‘ASK THE EXPERTS’ QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

Monday, April 20th, 2020

The following ‘Ask the Experts’ questions were sent in to The Menopause Exchange by our members, the answers were provided by our ‘Ask the Experts’ panel and included in issue 82 (autumn 2019) of The Menopause Exchange newsletter.  If you would like to read the questions and answers in the latest issue of The Menopause Exchange newsletter sign up for FREE emailed newsletters.

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ALL ABOUT OSTEOPOROSIS

Friday, April 17th, 2020

Currently it’s estimated that more than three million people in the UK have osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is a condition that causes your bones to lose strength, which means these can break easily following a simple bump or fall.

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ARE YOU THINKING CLEARLY?

Wednesday, April 1st, 2020

One of the harder-to-define symptom areas of the menopause is the mixture of cognitive function (thinking) impairment – the ‘poor concentration, memory loss and general brain fog’ described by many women. It’s harder to specify a pattern compared to other menopausal symptoms, but this can be just as disabling.

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