Archive for December, 2020

THE MENOPAUSE AT WORK

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2020

Women usually experience the menopause between the ages of 45 and 55, with 51 being the average age in the UK. The employment rate in the UK has grown substantially for women aged 50 to 64 in recent years.  With around 75% of women experiencing menopausal symptoms, which last on average for four to eight years (and sometimes up to ten years), it’s not surprising that the menopause can have a significant effect on women’s working lives.

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FREE MENOPAUSE NEWSLETTERS FROM THE MENOPAUSE EXCHANGE

Friday, December 18th, 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.

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IS THIS THE MENOPAUSE?

Thursday, December 10th, 2020

In the months or years leading up to the menopause, women can experience common symptoms including hot flushes, night sweats and insomnia, especially before a period. Fortunately, many recognise these symptoms and ask for advice. But women with less common symptoms may not ask for help, delaying the diagnosis. Less common symptoms include joint aches and pain, ‘brain fog,’ feeling forgetful, skin changes, low mood or mood swings, a loss of interest in sex, vaginal dryness and bladder problems.

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