Let's Talk Menopause

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Ruth Devlin set up Let’s Talk Menopause to help raise awareness and to provide accurate information on the menopause. She is passionate about providing women and employers with evidence-based information and support, helping women to make informed decisions about how to manage their menopause and so improve their quality of life.

She does this through giving talks, through the blog and has published a book  Men…Let’s Talk Menopause available from all the usual outlets...Waterstones...Amazon...

To organise a talk or workshop or for more information please contact Ruth: info@letstalkmenopause.co.uk

All courses have now been taken online:
  • The Menopause awareness and information course
  • An insight into how Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) can help with Menopausal symptoms

Visit the courses page for more information

Please note: Let's Talk Menopause provides information only, it doesn't offer treatment.

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Latest blogs

#Choose to challenge International Women’s Day 2021

So, today is International Women’s Day 2021, their theme this year being #Choose to challenge and on their website their main question being… How will you help to forge a gender equal world? In 2019 I published a book entitled ‘Men…Let’s Talk Menopause’. I partner published because after approaching several of the main publishers I […]

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The benefits of exercising to help those menopausal symptoms – open water swimming anyone?!

World Menopause Day 2020 – how did that come round so fast! The basics don’t change though do they… The benefits of exercising throughout life are well known…heart health…bone health…mental health…general overall wellbeing.  As you move into those perimenopausal years it can become even more important to find something you enjoy doing exercise wise, whether […]

Men, Let's Talk Menopause

From her extensive experience running Menopause courses and workshops Ruth realised the lack of information available for men whose wives, partners and colleagues were going through the menopause. With this in mind she has written a concise, comprehensive, evidence based book which provides a simple guide...useful for all women too! Available from the usual outlets...Waterstones  ...Amazon...