Menopause. Menopause is when your periods stop due to lower hormone levels, usually between the ages of 45 and 55. However, sometimes it can happen earlier naturally or for other reasons such as surgery or cancer treatments.
Perimenopause is when you have symptoms before your periods have stopped; only when you have not had a period for 12 months is when you have reached menopause. Both menopause and perimenopause can cause various symptoms such as anxiety, mood swings, brain fog, hot flushes and irregular periods. It can also greatly impact your life, including relationships and work.
Every woman’s experience through menopause is different, but here are some podcasts that can support and educate you on what you are going through.
The Dr Louise Newson Podcast:
Dr Louise Newson is a menopause expert and GP, founder of The Menopause Charity and free menopause support app called Balance. Dr Louise hosts a menopause and perimenopause podcast that helps inform and for women to receive unbiased, evidence-based, and holistic advice and treatment.
Founder and CEO of Menopause Experts Group, Dee Murray, explores the world of menopause with well-known celebrities and other members. She answers the questions you may have… “what actually happens to women mentally and physically?” and “How does it impact work, life, relationships, money etc.?”
Menopause and Me
This podcast has leading experts Dr Shahzadi Harper, an expert clinician, and Emma Bardwell, a registered nutritionist. They share insights on menopause-related topics and are available to help you discuss menopause with your healthcare team.
This is a podcast series exploring first-hand experiences of this life stage. It involves honesty, hopeful and life-affirming stories as it features women talking candidly about their menopause and its impact on relationships, friends, family and work. Leading women’s health expert Dr Mary Jane Minkin hosts the podcast.
Not Your Mother’s Menopause
Dr Fiona Lovely is the host of this podcast, and she releases an episode weekly. They focus on women’s health with experts in the fields of restorative endocrinology, functional neurology and functional medicine. It features patient stories, health advice and Dr Lovely’s own special take on mind, body and spiritual healing for women of all ages and stages.
These podcasts are here to support anyone going through menopause that needs more information or support during this stage in their life.
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