2021 was a great year for talkhealth and we topped it off with a feature in the November issue of Healthy Life Guide! 

Menopause has always been a vital topic at talkhealth. Over the years, we have worked to help women identify, manage and overcome the symptoms of the change. Debunking myths and ensuring women are well equipped with the best advice is a key part of this. 

That’s why, when we heard about our feature in the Healthy Life Guide last month, we couldn’t wait to share the news with you. 

Named ‘Hot and Bothered’, the talkhealth feature spotlights the debilitating effects of menopause whilst also presenting staggering statistics about female experiences and care. The article, which is written way that makes the topic accessible to you, traverses the entire menopause journey from symptoms to treatments. 

Backed by statistics that we collected in our January 2020 Menopause survey, the inclusion directly addresses the topics that are most important to you, our members. In doing so, it provides a relatable touchpoint for women who are hindered by menopausal symptoms like hot flushes, mental health issues, vaginal dryness and lack of sleep. 

The article gives some much-needed air time to the struggles that women face when accessing care for menopausal symptoms. By highlighting the wide-felt anxiety to confide with male doctors, lack of referrals for specialised care and issues with HRT, the feature brings some of the issues that women face every day to the fore. 

You can read the inclusion here.


Do you need more support for the menopause? Check out these talkhealth features…


Mymenopause support programme

Our 12-week mymenopause support programme is designed for anyone going through the menopause – whether you’ve just started or have been living with symptoms for a while. It’s also great for anyone caring for someone going through The Change. Sign up today! 







Hormonal migraines & perimenopause with Dr Mandy Leonardt 

In this exclusive webinar, Mandy Leonhardt, a GP who specialises in women’s health, unpicks hormonal migraines from puberty and beyond. Throughout our chat, Mandy explains why fluctuating hormones cause migraines, the importance of staying in touch with your symptoms and recommends strategies to put in place to relieve hormone-induced migraines. Watch the webinar! 





How important is your pelvic floor with Miss Georgina Fraser 

Many people believe that they only need to pay attention to their pelvic floor muscles during pregnancy and the menopause. However, neglecting these muscles can lead to not only bladder and bowel incontinence but even pelvic organ prolapses. We took it into our own hands to ask women’s health expert Miss. Georgina Fraser: how important is the pelvic floor? Watch the webinar! 






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