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Wellbeing & the menopause

During the perimenopause and menopause, all sorts of things change in the body so it’s really important to look holistically at how you can improve your future health.

Dr Louise Newson usually advises women to consider HRT to replace the missing hormones caused by the perimenopause and menopause. Then additionally, to consider lifestyle and wellbeing as these are so important to optimise future health. 

To take responsibility for our health and wellbeing as individuals, people can begin to consider their lifestyle through nutrition, exercise, sleep and relaxation.

At balance, we’re with you to guide you through this. Our app, content written by menopause specialists and fantastic community all come together to help you not just survive the menopause but thrive.

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Wellbeing & the menopause

Thriving through the menopause

You deserve to feel good and lead a fulfilled lifestyle without constraints, judgement, shame or burden.

It’s important to take the time to learn what makes you feel like you. Whether you are searching for contentment or to feel more alive, you can do this by taking some simple but valuable steps.

Learn to enjoy food that’s good for your body, without worrying about having to lose weight. Or rather, explore new ways to move that energize you. You could discover the benefits of yoga and meditation, just because its good for the soul.

Focus on feeling you.

Unless you want to, there’s no need to force goals, records or routines; set new intentions and values to unleash a happier and healthier you.


Optimise your future health

balance+ is the world’s first medically approved health and wellbeing companion, tailored to the needs of perimenopausal and menopausal women.

Dr Louise Newson has hand-picked the best specialists and doctors in the menopause arena, all coming together to give you unparalleled access to their content, helping you to optimise your mental and physical health.

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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.