mymenopause support programme

mymenopause support programme

The menopause is a natural part of ageing that usually occurs between 45 and 55 years of age, as a woman's oestrogen levels decline. Most women will experience menopausal symptoms. Some of these symptoms can be quite severe and have a significant impact on everyday activities.

Some of the topics the programme covers include:

-  What questions to ask your doctor
-  HRT and Cognitive Therapy
-  Diet and Exercise
-  Sleeping and hot flushes

Sign up to mymenopause here

Overall Rating



I went through menopause in my late thirties due to illness I was given a leaflet from my GP and that was all the help I was given. Being a part of mymenopause has helped me figure out a lot of things I was suffering from and didn’t relate to menopause I would recommend it to anyone who has questions around menopause.

Roisin (Aug 20) 5.0/5

It has helped me in a difficult part of my life, I can't thank you enough.

Lorraine (Aug 20) 5.0/5

I’m lucky that I don’t have many menopause systems as of yet (I’m peri-menopausal), I did my own research online and asked friends for advice and started taking sage leaf and black cohosh supplements. These have worked a treat and I haven’t suffered any symptoms at all. The support programme was a good read though and I found the information full of interesting stuff.

Toni (Aug 20) 5.0/5

I found out I am not alone going through these symptoms.

Rachel (Aug 20) 4.0/5

Sign up, sit back, read, digest and act on the support and advice given. I was going nuts with menopause but this programme has supported my new ways of thinking, living, eating, sleeping and to some extent controlling nights sweats, hot flushes, sleepless nights etc. What you got to lose other than getting a good nights refreshing sleep

Liz (Aug 20) 5.0/5

Very helpful and understanding advice. Since I gave up eating most meat products since January most of my night hot flushes have appeared.

Sue (Jul 20) 5.0/5

Found the topics very in-depth and profound to me and my symptoms with useful advice to deal with the situation.

Anna (Jun 20) 5.0/5

Good way of finding information about the menopause with links for further information if needed. Easy to read and understand.

Marjo (Jun 20) 4.0/5

It covers topics relating to the menopause thoroughly and as it's broken down into separate areas it's easy to find what you need or are worried about. There's some good advice and ideas on the programme and it's easy to understand. I'd recommend the programme.

Lesley (May 20) 4.0/5

Very useful information that helped me get my head around what is happening to me.

Hilary (May 20) 5.0/5

The advice on what to expect with the hot flushes, sweating, nutrition etc. was very useful.

Edith (May 20) 5.0/5

This support program tells you everything you need to know about the menopause in easy to follow and understandable steps. It covers everything from start to finish from what to expect and how to deal with it.

Amanda (May 20) 5.0/5

I feel that the mymenopause support programme was very informative. Especially with regards to diet nutrition, and relaxation. Also about treatments to aid my symptoms.

Tina (May 20) 4.0/5

I had knowledge o f my nan and mums experience of the menopause but is great to have other peoples experiences.

Joanne (May 20) 5.0/5

It was very refreshing to have access to a programme that covered such a wide range of issues connected to the menopause. I started going through the menopause at 42 & have always found it difficult to get advice about this life-changing subject, particularly as I have to wait at least 3 weeks to get to see a GP locally & have always felt that this subject was not as serious as an illness or something similar, so haven't ever visited anyone to seek help & advice. The programme has enabled me to get effective information that simply isn't available anywhere else & I feel more confident to deal with the menopause after going through the different subjects covered during the past few weeks. Thank-you to talkhealth for covering such an important topic, which affects all women during their lifetime.

Christina (Apr 20) 5.0/5