Source: Babble Health
The journey of life is a continuous cycle of change, presenting women with new opportunities, exciting choices, and fresh challenges. However, one crucial phase that often goes unnoticed is the transition to midlife. This lack of attention leaves women, and those assigned female at birth, ill-prepared for this important chapter in their lives.
We wanted to know more about menopause in the work environment and turned to the Babble Health team to share more.
Menopause, a natural part of aging, can bring about significant changes that are distinct from previous life phases
By 2025, an estimated 1.1 billion women aged 40 to 58 worldwide will have experienced or be postmenopausal. Despite the large number of people affected, discussions surrounding menopause are limited due to the global stigma attached to it, leaving individuals vulnerable and in need of guidance and support.
It is time to end the neglect of menopause
That is why, on this World Menopause Day, Babble Health is speaking up and shedding light on the symptoms and experiences of those impacted by menopause.
Discussing menopause may be challenging, but it is crucial to recognize that its symptoms can have a detrimental impact on various aspects of life, including work, relationships, and self-esteem.
By openly addressing these symptoms, we can break the taboo
At Babble Health, we understand the need for solutions and support for individuals affected by menopause. That is why we are leveraging our expertise in various therapeutic areas to provide guidance and resources for businesses and their employees.
As an employer, it’s important to be committed to fostering an inclusive and supportive environment that meets the needs of your employees during this life stage.
Our goal is to empower employees to feel confident in discussing menopause and seeking support and guidance. Working with Babble Health, we can raise awareness, find solutions that improve your employers healthcare, treatment outcomes and work-life balance.
Together, we can celebrate resilience and play our part in creating a world where menopause is openly discussed and understood.