Changes in your hormones during menopause can impact your mental health as well as your physical health. You may experience feelings of anxiety, stress or even depression.
Many women experiencing menopause or perimenopause will experience problems with sleeping. Lack of sleep and tiredness can also make symptoms including irritability, ability to concentrate or anxiety worse.
Women of average menopausal age are the fastest-growing in the workforce and yet the experiences of this segment are often poorly understood and overlooked.
Managers play a critical role in the experience of their teams in the workplace. Find out how to ensure your organisation can support the diverse range of needs.
The course will focus on:
• The menopause and perimenopause who it affects and why it matters?
• The mental health impact on the individual, at work, home and within their body.
• We explore mental health signs and symptoms that women experience.
• Looking at awareness, understanding and stigma of the menopause and how it affects people.
• How it impacts organisations and a growing workforce.
• Case studies, legislation, policies, and adjustments
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In this latest fascinating podcast, Dr Saadia Meyer from the Meyer Menopause clinic – discusses Menopause with a look at the science, the impact on general wellbeing and how best to deal with the life change that many women experience.
The Meyer Menopause clinic is led by Dr Saadia Meyer who is a practicing GP, Obstetrician, Gynaecologist and a BMS Menopause Specialist. She is a Fellow of Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists, a Member of Royal College of General Practitioners and earned a Diploma of Faculty of Family Planning and Sexual Health at The Royal College, London
This fascinating podcast features a discussion with a patient who has been supported through mental health challenges with help from Ryan Luney, one of Vita’s Senior Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners.