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World Menopause Day is held every year on the 18th October, led by the International Menopause Society. The purpose of the day is to raise awareness on the menopause and support options for improving health and wellbeing. The IMS encourages professionals and women to participate in this global awareness raising campaign by printing and sharing these materials, organising events to engage their communities, and sharing World Menopause Day social media posts.
WMD is all about supporting women who are feeling lost and are going through menopause or perimenopause. No two person has the same experience, and being aware and able to recognise your own symptoms is the first step to managing them.
Head to healthandher.com and imsociety.org/education/world-menopause-day/ to find out more about WMD, or browse the Health and Wellbeing Collection at WSH Library for more information on the menopause.
You can also get in touch with Debs Crelly (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Ellie Stewart (email@example.com), who run West Suffolk NHSFT’s own menopause support group, MyPause.