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Welcome to balance! Your safe space to learn all things perimenopause and menopause through evidence-based information and knowledge.

If you’re new here, you may be wondering where to start. Perhaps you simply want to learn a bit more or you’re determined to get to the bottom of the menopause symptoms you’ve been experiencing.

This brief article is designed to outline how you can get the best out of the balance eco-system for your perimenopause or menopause.

Step 1 – brush up your knowledge!

The perimenopause and menopause are multifaceted.

It’s good to know that you’ve landed in the right place: the world’s largest menopause library! This library is filled with evidence-based, medically approved content in the form of booklets, factsheets, videos, podcasts and stories from real women.

You could begin by exploring the popular subjects that sit beneath the Menopause Library search bar or alternatively, read our factsheets– great succinct pieces of information that explain many areas to perimenopause and menopause simply.

Step 2 – Download the app

Now you’ve got an understanding of perimenopause and menopause, you may be inclined to learn more about what you’re experiencing.

The balance app allows you to gain access to personalised content and best of all, it’s free!

You can download the app in the App Store or Google Play, just search ‘balance menopause’.

Step 3 – Track your symptoms

Once you’re on the app, you can enter your medical history and track your symptoms.

There’s more! You can also log your periods if you have them, read treatment reviews, join a community of like-minded people, take part in experiments, explore wellbeing activities, and keep an eye on your nutrition, mood and sleep.

Step 4 – Generate your personal Health Report©

Newson Health Research and Education found that some women attend up to 10 appointments before receiving a correct menopause diagnosis and treatment, so we know how hard visiting your health care professional can be.

On the app, now you have filled in your personal information and medical background, take the balance Menopause Symptom Questionnaire© and generate your personal Health Report©.

This can be downloaded or printed and taken to your health care appointments. At a glance, your health care professional will be able to see your medical history, symptoms and periods if you have them which frees up time to spend the majority of your consultation discussing appropriate treatment options.

Step 5 – Get the help you deserve

People have been suffering with the menopause hormone deficiency for decades and it’s time to put this right. You do not need to put up with debilitating symptoms that affect your daily life, work, relationships and your future health. There is safe, low-cost, effective treatment available, and everybody should know about this and have access to it, should they wish. If you need menopause treatment advice, seek help from your healthcare professional.

Alternative support to your healthcare professional

Newson Health offers evidence-based treatment and care for women going through the perimenopause and menopause. With clinics nationwide we offer in-person and virtual consultations. We are also able to see patients who reside outside the UK following a first appointment either face-to-face in one of our clinics or virtually while in the UK.* All follow-up consultations can then be held virtually in the country you resided in.

Our team of menopause specialist doctors, nurses and pharmacists will take time to listen to you, discuss your symptoms and offer a comprehensive treatment plan, tailored to your needs and preferences.

Use the button below to find out more and book your appointment.

*This doesn’t currently apply to residents of the US and Canada. All medication will need to be sent to a UK postal address; this includes PO Box addresses.

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  1. 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.