83. Preparing for the Perimenopause with Dr Louise Newson - I am. I have - How it Helps.
I am. I have
Dr Louise Newson is a leading light in the world of menopause education, policy and support. On this episode she shares her expert thoughts on perimenopause, mental health and the perimenopause and how to advocate for yourself. Preparing for the Perimenopause and Menopause by Dr Louise Newson is out now. Find out more about Dr Louise's work, including the Balance App, on her website My Menopause Doctor Mental Health Support Getting help Find more information on mental health helplines here For information about private online counselling and therapists visit counselling-directory.org.uk If you need to speak to someone immediately, the Samaritans are available 24-hours a day on 116 123 and you can also email email@example.com Download the Happiful App here
Managing Perimenopause and Menopause with Dr Louise Newson
Better Brain, Better You
All women experience the menopause. Yet many women and health professionals still don’t fully understand the signs and symptoms of peri-menopause and menopause or know how to best treat them. I have a really important and wide-ranging discussion with GP and world-leading menopause specialist, Dr Louise Newson, about how to prepare for, monitor and manage the peri-menopause and menopause.
This is such an important episode whether like me you're aware that perimenopause could strike at any time or you're experiencing the menopause right now. Actually, I also think this is important even if you're in your twenties as knowledge is power and when it comes to the menopause many of us are anything but empowered.In the episode I'm joined by Dr Louise Newson who is a GP and Menopause Specialist. Louise is on a mission to educate us about what is available to us once we are peri menopausal/menopausal and also how to get the right treatment from our Drs.Many women go to their GPs feeling depressed or anxious due to fluctuating hormones and Dr Louise explains how many of us are prescribed anti-depressants which is anything but helpful. We also chat about HRT and how more of us can take it than we realise (we just need to be prescribed the right one), supplements and keeping strong and vital as we age. Dr Louise's website is an absolute fountain of knowledge and is well worth checking out after the episode. You can find her at menopausedoctor.co.uk.As well as my interview with Louise I also have a list of lovely recommendations for you at the end of the episode 2 fabulous perfumes, a great hair product for texture and some gorgeous makeup bits. Enjoy! xx
Friday Five: Supplements for immune support and Covid-19, with Dr Louise Newson
The Liz Earle Wellbeing Show
In this week's Friday Five, Liz takes a look at the latest research regarding immune support and Covid-19. She explains the best supplements for supporting our wellbeing at this time. Liz is also joined by Dr Louise Newson to discuss why more men are dying from Covid-19 and whether estrogen has a protective effect. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Friday Five: Estrogen and long Covid with Dr Louise Newson
The Liz Earle Wellbeing Show
In this episode of the Friday Five, Liz chats to Dr Louise Newson about the latest developments in long Covid research. Louise explains how individuals with low hormone levels appear to be worse affected, and how HRT may play a protective role. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Dr Louise Newson talks to Annie and Louise about all things menopause, the importance of being active and living a healthy life.
Her Spirit Podcast
In this twenty seventh episode of the season of the Her Spirit podcast BBC Breakfast presenter Louise Minchin and BBC Triathlon presenter Annie Emmerson talk to GP and Menopause Specialist Dr Louise Newson.Louise is a GP and menopause specialist and has an Advanced Menopause Specialist certificate with FSRH and the BMS. She feels passionately about improving education about the perimenopause and menopause and also improving awareness of safe prescribing of HRT to healthcare professionals. She has written many articles and editorials and in 2019 launched her first book, Menopause Manual with Haynes Publishing, which went on to be an Amazon bestseller.Louise has lectured extensively at numerous meetings (including the RCGP annual meeting) on this topic and has been a director for Primary Care Women’s Health Forum and an editor for the British Journal of Family Medicine. Louise has worked regularly with West Midlands Police and many other large organisations to provide advice regarding menopause in the workplace and has contributed to menopause related articles in different newspapers and magazines and been on numerous radio and TV programmes. Louise has also set up a not-for-profit company – Newson Health Research and Education – and is involved in research with colleagues in Warwick University, London School of Tropical Medicine and also Kings College London. In addition, she is working closely with HIV charities including Sophia Forum to help menopausal women living with HIV.Find out more about The Menopause Charity at www.themenopausecharity.orgThese podcasts have been made possible through the support of Medichecks www.medichecks.com and Sport England www.sportengland.org. For more information on Her Spirit and "Your Best Year Yet" go to https://herspirit.co.uk and we hope you have found her Your Best Year Yet tips helpful.
Perimenopause and 'hormone deficiency' with Dr Louise Newson.
The Emma Guns Show
Dr Louise Newson is a GP and menopause specialist. In this conversation we discuss the changes the occur during perimenopause, debunk some common myths around the treatment of menopausal symptoms and Louise shares some useful resources for navigating your way through perimenopause and menopause.Newson Health Menopause and Wellbeing Centre.The Balance App.Example Letter to GP Requesting HRTTo join the closed Facebook group for the podcast click here >> The Emma Guns Show Forum.To follow me on social media >> Twitter | Instagram.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/emmagunavardhana. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Did you know that women produce more testosterone than estrogen? Though usually considered a male hormone, it's essential for women's health and wellbeing – particularly during menopause when levels decline. Dr Louise Newson joins Liz to highlight its benefits for libido, energy levels and overall health, and explains how women can get a prescription in the UK.You can find the show notes with all the resources mentioned in the episode at lizearlewellbeing.com/menopause-and-testosterone-with-dr-louise-newson/.This is the final instalment of our five part podcast special in celebration of World Menopause Day. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Dr Louise Newson returns to the podcast for the second part of our pelvic health series. If you missed part one, be sure to tune in for a detailed look at vaginal dryness with Dr. Rebecca Lewis. Louise is a GP, menopause specialist and founder of the Newson Health Menopause Clinic in Stratford-upon-Avon. Listen in as she and Liz explore the all-too-common problem of recurring urinary tract infections (UTIs) and how in many cases hormones might be the root of the problem. You can find the show notes with all the resources mentioned in the episode at https://lizearlewellbeing.com/s4e2-hormones-and-utis-with-dr-louise-newson/. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Liz is joined once again by Dr Louise Newson, GP and menopause expert. Listen in as they answer some of the most commonly asked questions about the menopause.You can find the show notes at https://lizearlewellbeing.com/menopause-myth-busting-dr-louise-newson/. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.