Between work, play and family, there’s no time for menopause to be getting in the way of you living your life to the full.
On the Flordis Menopause platform, you will be able to find resources, blog posts, treatment guides and e-books designed to help you manage your menopause symptoms and ultimately, find fulfilment during this next phase of your life.
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Menopause can be an overwhelming topic. That’s why it makes sense to seek trusted advice when looking for information. The best place to start is by talking to your health professional. Use this tool to help create a list of all the things you’d like to find out about and take it with you to your next appointment.
Every woman’s experience of menopause is unique. Understanding the process can reduce fear and hesitation, helping to empower you to embrace this natural transition into a new stage of life, positively. And to ask for help when needed.
Early menopause is a time of changes in a woman's body. Although these natural changes may make you feel uncomfortable, there are things you can do to still feel good.
Managing menopausal symptoms is a part of the support women need to adjust through mid-life changes. Planning for menopause with a trusted health professional can help improve each woman's experience.
Every woman’s experience of menopause can be different. Learn the first signs, symptoms and bust some myths about menopause. The best person to detect menopause as it approaches is probably you. And by being on the lookout for symptoms, you'll be able to gradually relieve them as they appear.
Menopause can interfere with you sleeping well. Learn how to relieve sleeplessness, night sweats and hot flashes and ways to help achieve the a good night’s sleep.
Explore the more sensitive questions about menopause, plus some surprising symptoms, and get the straight-up answers you need. It’s not so daunting when you know your options.
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