Cognitive behaviour therapy is a non-medical approach that can be helpful for some menopausal problems, including anxiety and stress, depressed mood, hot flushes and night sweats, sleep problems and fatigue.
The RCOG's new information hub for women on menopause and women's health in later life is now online.
Dr Heather Currie on TV tonight! On BBC 2 in Scotland at 21.00 - and available soon on BBC iplayer.
The Menopause Quality Standard (QS143) for the diagnosis and management of menopause and early menopause, including women who have premature ovarian insufficiency.
Congratulations to two longstanding members of the British Menopause Society who have been awarded honours in the 2017 New Year's Honours list.
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.
A useful article published in “Menopause” has reviewed current information on the effect on breast cancer risk with the use of HRT after removal of ovaries for risk reducing surgery in women who carry the BRCA gene.
A review of 32 studies has examined the association with age of menopause and risk of cardiovascular disease.
Scientists have discovered 14 gene variants linked to hot flushes, giving hope that it will lead to treatments other than hormone replacement therapy.