Kindra Monthly Menopause News Roundup - MAY
Menopause and the COVID-19 Pandemic: How to Take Care of Yourself Right Now - Kindra
Kindra medical advisor, Dr. Suzanne, talks taking care of yourself in the age of COVID-19.
Five Ways to Keep Menopause in Check During Isolation - Kindra
Menopause symptoms are strong and stubborn, and they don’t stop during a crisis, like the Coronavirus pandemic. In fact, social distancing may make some common symptoms worse. Fortunately, there are several things you can do to make staying at home a bit easier while experiencing menopause.
Birthing Trends Delay Menopause - MD Mag
An interesting study on the delay (or even future elimination) due to women having children later in life.
Why Do Women Gain Weight During Menopause? - The Conversation
The science behind weight gain during menopause and some sound advice for how you can control it.
Physical Activity Attenuates Depressive Symptoms Associated With Menopause - Endocrinology Advisor
In a recent study, a high level of physical activity coincided with lower depressive symptoms among women experiencing menopause.
Hot flashes? Night sweats? Progesterone Can Help Reduce Symptoms of Menopause - Medical Xpress
The hormone progesterone may help provide relief for hot flashes and night sweats.
10 Reasons for Perimenopausal Mood Swings - Psychology Today
Understanding why some perimenopausal mood swings can occur.
‘There is life after menopause’ Julie Graham creates lockdown drama to show menopause in a new light - Yahoo! News
Actress Julie Graham grew tired of how menopause was only being shown in a comedic light on TV, so she created her own menopause drama.
Palace Theater joins ‘Menopause the Musical’ online performances - The Register Citizen
For a limited time only, “Menopause the Musical” will be available to view at home and a portion of proceeds benefit the Palace Theater in Waterbury, CT and The Actors Fund, providing financial support for arts professionals.
Premature Menopause Explained - Bioidentical Hormone Health
A look at symptoms, diagnosing and dealing with menopause before the age of 40.