Menopause awareness is about celebrating women as they age! Since 2009, the International Menopause Society (IMS), in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO), has designated October as World Menopause Awareness Month, with October 18 celebrated as World Menopause Awareness Day.
On our infographic, we look at the symptoms, help, and support that people are able to receive.
Did you know temporary cognitive impairment affects over 40%* women at some point during their menopause transition? Here are some tips to keep the cogs working!
Tip 1: Keep Hydrated.
Tip 2: Take a break outside.
Tip 3: Shower with your eyes closed.
Tip 4: Anchoring.
Tip 5: Invest in some noise-cancelling headphones.
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