MENU – Individuals Help
Everyone’s experience of menopause is different. We experience different symptoms, have different views or philosophies around how we’d manage them and different medical histories too.
Support for managing the effects of the menopause at work is important for both you and your colleagues.
For those experiencing symptoms it can be a difficult and stressful time. Everyone will experience the menopause differently and for some, symptoms can be quite severe and can affect people both physically and mentally.
The menopause is a natural stage of life which affects most women and other people who have a menstrual cycle.
Join your ‘Let’s talk menopause’ webinars
The menopause can also have an impact on those supporting someone going through the menopause.
Whether you’re experiencing perimenopause/menopause yourself, a friend, partner or family member of someone who is, or a colleague, leader or healthcare professional – there is a session for you.
Join us to get informed, make a difference and make menopause an everyday conversation.
Knowledge is empowering and it’s time we ALL knew about the menopause and how it affects us in the workplace.
General menopause information
Talking to your GP: How to have a good conversation with a GP: top tips
Benefits & risks of HRT: Women’s Health Concern factsheet
National Institute of Medicinal Herbalists: click here to find a qualified medical herbalist in
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and menopause: Women’s Health Concern factsheet
Rebecca’s review on CBT(on Henpicked)
Information on hysterectomy: Women’s Health Concern factsheet
Premature Ovarian Insufficiency (POI) information and support on very early menopause
NHS guidelines for taking vitamin D
Complementary/alternative therapies: Women’s Health Concern factsheet