Menopause and Diabetes is the International Menopause Society’s latest video interview for women included in their Videos and Podcasts.

Menopause and Diabetes Video

What is the International Menopause Society (IMS) latest video interview for women?

The IMS’s latest video interview for women is Menopause and Diabetes included in Videos and Podcasts: Interviews and Podcasts – Interviews.


What is the association between women and diabetes?

In Diabetes Hits Women Hard At Menopause: Beat It Back the North American Menopause Society elaborate on:

“Diabetes hits women hard, especially at midlife. In the United States, it’s the number 6 killer of women ages 45 to 54 and the number 4 killer of women ages 55 to 64. What’s more, diabetes increases your risk of heart disease, stroke, and many other serious conditions, including blindness, kidney disease, and nerve disease”.


How may menopause impact our diabetes?

In Consumer Health: Diabetes and Menopause: Diabetes and Menopause: What To Expect the (United States) Mayo Clinic elaborate on:

“The hormones estrogen and progesterone affect how your cells respond to insulin. After menopause, changes in your hormone levels can trigger fluctuations in your blood sugar level. You may notice that your blood sugar level changes more than before, and it goes up and down. If your blood sugar gets out of control, you have a higher risk of diabetes complications”.

In Consumer Health: Diabetes and Menopause: Diabetes and Menopause: What To Expect the Mayo Clinic also note:


“After menopause, hot flashes and night sweats can keep you up at night. In turn, the sleep deprivation can make it tougher to manage your blood sugar level”.

Menopause and Diabetes Management

How may we manage menopause and diabetes?

In Menopause and Diabetes: How Can I Better Manage Diabetes and Menopause? the elaborate on:

“While menopause can make it harder for you to keep your blood sugars levels in check, the good news is that there are a number of simple steps you can take to improve menopause management and reduce the impact it has on your diabetes control.

These include:

  • Healthy lifestyle changes…
  • Test your blood glucose regularly…
  • Seek help for menopausal symptoms
  • Get assessed for heart disease risk
  • Protect your bones”.

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Last Updated: 18 August 2022 – Last Revised: 26 June 2022