1.) Diet and lifestyle eating and sleeping well can improve mood and exercise, is well documented as having a positive effect on mental health.
We offer a diet & lifestyle consultation which can help address these factors – please see our appointments and bookings page.
2.) Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) looks at how thoughts and feelings can impact our behaviour/ the way we react to things, and is an extremely powerful tool in improving negative thoughts associated with low mood and even physical symptoms, that may be associated with anxiety.
If you are interested in CBT please see our info page including our up and coming CBT courses run through Chelvey Menopause.
3.) HRT hormone replacement therapy can help to improve psychological symptoms around the perimenopause and menopause and can help women to feel themselves again.
4.) Antidepressants whilst antidepressants are not first line for mood related changes in the menopause transition, some women may not wish to use HRT and others may need an antidepressant in addition to HRT