Menopause: Free resources for women and their employers

Free Menopause Resources for women and their employers

World Menopause Day was a day to reflect on what has been achieved to improve the lives of millions of women around the world and how much more can be done.

The deafening silence that surrounded the menopause is now a thing of the past; we are at least talking about it more openly. More women, those close to them, health professionals and employers have a better understanding of perimenopause, menopause and post menopause. But, there is still so much more to do to ensure that women going through the menopause are appropriately supported in their personal lives and at work, and that young women are better informed and prepared for this new phase in their lives.

Around the world menopause experts have been working to improve the lives of women. We’ve collated a selection of helpful resources for individuals and employers from organisations such as International Menopause Society, NHS, Pausitivity (Menopause UK Parliament Campaign), British Menopause Society, Menopause Matters, The Menopause Charity and Women’s Health Concern.

Free Resources

Menopause Terminology

Menopausal Symptoms

Know Your Menopause Support Pack

Manage My Menopause – obtain tailored menopausal advice

Brain Fog and Memory Difficulties in Menopause

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) for Menopausal Symptoms


Osteoporosis: bone health following the menopause

Menopause and Insomnia

Migraine and HRT

Menopausal Hair Loss

Supporting Women at Work

‘Menopausal women are the fastest growing workforce demographic’ according to Prof. Jo Brewis, co author of the UK Government Report on Menopause

UK Government – Menopause and the Workplace: How to enable fulfilling working lives

Guidance on Menopause and the Workplace

Menopause at Work

A Guide to Managing Menopause at Work

Let’s Talk Menopause – how to best support colleagues managing menopausal symptoms

The Menopause Blues

Is Testosterone the Answer to Low Libido?

Migraine Headaches

When Your Periods Leave Too Early

Bone Health and Premature Ovarian Insufficiency

Is Menopause Brain Fog for Real?

The Women’s Health Initiative What Can We Believe

Menopause and Diabetes

Diet, Exercise and Lifestyle

Menopause Explained

Menopause – What are the Symptoms?

Perimenopause: Signs, Symptoms and Solutions

Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT Explained)

What is Menopausal Hormone Therapy (HRT)?

Is Menopausal Hormone Therapy (HRT) Safe?

HRT and the Risk of Breast Cancer Explained

HRT and Breast Cancer: Overall Risks and Benefits

Menopause – How Will it Affect my Health

Menopause – Non-Hormonal Treatment Options

Menopause – Complementary Therapies

Menopause – Complementary and Alternative Therapies Explained

Menopause – Will it Affect My Sex Life

Testosterone Explained

In addition to the above resources eLearning Marketplace has some excellent online courses on the Menopause

Author: Carolyn Lewis

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