balance app

Looking for knowledge and guidance so you can be certain about what’s right for your body during the perimenopause and menopause? You’re in the right place.

Brought to you by renowned menopause specialist, Dr Louise Newson and the thousands of people who’ve shared their perimenopause and menopause insights with us, the free balance app allows you to track your symptoms, access personalised expert content, download a Health Report©, share stories in the community and lots more.


of balance users have gained access to treatment to alleviate their menopausal symptoms.

7 in 10

users feel their mental health has improved because of balance.

Over half

of balance users say their physical health has improved since downloading the app.

We live and breathe three promises

It’s all about you

— because your body is unique

balance is personalised from the moment you sign in, showing you content based on the information you have shared with us, such as your symptoms and health history.

You’re not alone

— because we’re here for you

The app is a safe place for people to connect, share experiences and support each other through their journey.

A second pair of eyes

— because it helps to have an expert in the palm of your hand

We’re always evidence-based and unbiased, allowing you to stay up to date with the latest news and content.

Track your symptoms and generate a health report

Track your periods if you have them

Make a note of your moods

Log the medication you’re taking

Meditate anywhere, anytime


What our community says


What our community says

A world-class leading app

We are proud to say that balance app is now certified by the leading digital health organisation, ORCHA, who review and approve health apps for the NHS and multiple national health bodies around the world.

balance not only met, but far exceeded their pass mark, so much so that we have had a special mention as ORCHA’s App of the Week, and we couldn’t be prouder!

A world-class leading app


How we’re changing the narrative around menopause

There is so much misinformation, taboo and stereotype around the menopause, which is an unacceptable and shocking reality for an event that happens to over 50% of the population.

Our medically-approved content enables users to understand more about their own experience; visit their health care professional armed with evidence-based information to gain access to treatment more quickly; and feel empowered rather than ashamed during this time of their lives.

Learn about our #IamMenopausal campaign

Apple's App of the Day!

We are honoured to share that Apple has awarded our balance app ‘App of the Day’!

This will help so many more people experiencing the perimenopause and menopause, and advance our mission to make menopause support inclusive and accessible to all.

We are both humbled and motivated to continue our pledge to help as many people as possible.

Read more here.

Key features

  • Symptoms

    Last check in this morning

  • Mood

    Last check in this morning

  • Periods

    Last check in 14 days ago

  • Sleep

    Last check in last night

EASILY Track your symptoms

Keep an eye on your symptoms and health

Record your symptoms, moods, periods, nutrition, exercise and sleep.


Track any changes and patterns

You’ll be able to see how things are changing over time and download a personal Health Report© for your doctor.

Difficulty sleeping


21 times



19 times

Hot flush


8 times

Muscle pain


10 times


Learn from others' experiences

Join a community where you’ll have access to treatment reviews (HRT & alternatives), experiments to help relieve symptoms, and a safe place to share stories.

balance for Corporates

We are really excited to be supporting corporates on specific solutions to remove menopause taboos and help them retain their talents. Visit our balance for Corporates page.

Looking for Menopause Doctor? You’re in the right place!

We’ve moved to a bigger home at balance for Dr Louise Newson to host all her content.

You can browse all our evidence-based and unbiased information in the Menopause Library.