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How Menopause Symptoms Can Affect Your Quality of Life is the latest video in the North American Menopause Society’s Video Series-2021. Read more

Meno Martha’s Look for A Pattern Snapshot can be a place to start if you are searching for information about how to look for a pattern with menopause symptoms of what’s-what-when. Read more

Perimenopause Snapshot can be a place to start if you are searching for information about perimenopause. Read more

Dry January 2021 in the United Kingdom can encourage us anywhere, not to drink or to drink less alcohol, for the month of January. Or longer. Read more

During perimenopause you may notice a change in the normal pattern of your periods. Keeping a record of your periods may reveal what’s-what-when. Read more

The study Depression, Anxiety and Fear of Death In Postmenopausal Women involved 485 postmenopausal Turkish women aged between 35 and 78 years. Read more

Feeling like a hot flushing, night sweating, moody version of our former self, can challenge the most resilient woman. Read more

Menopause or perimenopause can result in the pattern of a woman’s headaches or migraines, changing. New treatment options may be available. Read more

Dry January in the United Kingdom can encourage us anywhere, not to drink or to drink less, for the month of January. Or longer. Read more

Menopause Mood Changes Videos includes videos by the North American Menopause Society explaining mood changes women may experience such as sadness and irritability. Read more

Health Topics

“Keeping detailed records of headache episodes can help provide additional insight about triggers and how to avoid them”. Read more

“Many women report symptoms of depressed mood, stress, anxiety, and a decreased sense of well-being around the time of menopause”. Read more

“The first sign of the menopause
is usually a change in
the normal pattern of your periods”. Read more

Meno Martha’s Look for A Pattern
is how to look for a pattern with menopause symptoms
of what’s-what-when. Read more

“Not everyone finds the symptoms bothersome but about 60% of women will have mild symptoms for around 5 – 8 years. 20% of women will have no symptoms at all…”. Read more

“Hormone changes in the years leading to menopause (perimenopause) can cause mood swings and irritability and can contribute to depression and anxiety”. Read more

“You may want to complete a bladder diary and monitor your food and fluid intake to see if you are able to find any relationship between your intake and urination”. Read more

“Sometimes it is hard to know if the hormonal changes of menopause affect your life, or if your life influences how you experience menopause”. Read more

“Before deciding on any form of treatment, talk with your doctor about your options and the risks and benefits involved with each. Review your options yearly…”. Read more

“By beginning to identify and understand the sources of your stress, you’ve taken the first step in learning to better manage it. Manage it, not eliminate it”. Read more