Cognitive behaviour therapy is a non-medical approach that could be helpful for some menopausal problems, including anxiety and stress, depressed mood, hot flushes and night sweats, sleep problems and fatigue.
A new information hub focusing on menopause and women's health in later life has been launched online for women.
Kirsty Wark asks everything you always wanted to know about the menopause (but were too embarrassed to ask).
New quality standard for health professionals diagnosing and managing menopause and early menopause, including women who have premature ovarian insufficiency.
Radio interview by Lana Byrnes, student at Bournemouth University, with contributions from Dr Heather Currie, Chair of the British Menopause Society, and others.
The Faculty of Occupational Medicine of the Royal College of Physicians has recently issued ‘Guidance on menopause and the workplace’.
Many women experience disturbed sleep as a menopausal symptom, which can have a significant effect on mood and energy levels and cause distress, and lead to increased risk of heart disease, diabetes and obesity.
The effect on breast cancer risk for women who carry the BRCA gene and the use of HRT after removal of ovaries for risk-reducing surgery.
The risk of Coronary Heart Disease has been shown to be increased in women who became menopausal under the age of 45.
Scientists have discovered 14 gene variants linked to hot flushes, giving hope that it will lead to treatments other than hormone replacement therapy.