Wondering if perimenopause is contributing to your mental health concerns?
Encourage your care provider to take this question seriously
Use this tool to kick-start the conversation with your healthcare provider about the treatable conditions common to perimenopause that can negatively impact your quality of life and mental health.
Menopause and Mental Health
It’s not all in your head
The menopause transition is a time of increased risk for anxiety and depression. Typical strategies can help but often ignore the myriad of other changes happening during this time that can also impact your mental health like:
Limited physical activity due to joint pain
And many more
This survey uses research-validated questions designed to assess the impact of perimenopause on the three most commonly affected areas of your health
Somatic (common physical concerns)
Psychological (mood and brain function)
Genitourinary (vaginal/genital and urinary system changes)
Because you deserve better care throughout your menopause transition
Hi, I’m Dr. Laurie Alpert ND NCMP
I offer perimenopausal women effective integrative and transformative health care that allows them to fully show up in midlife with confidence, clarity, and choice. My mission is to challenge the normalization of suffering associated with the menopause transition in favor of a life of strength and hormonal harmony. As a NAMS (North American Menopause Society) Certified Menopause Practitioner I combine up-to-date evidence-based information, goal setting, and shared decision-making to guide perimenopausal women who feel confused or overwhelmed back into a life full of strength, confidence, and connection.
MENTAL HEALTH THROUGHOUT THE MENOPAUSE TRANSITION IS OFTEN IMPACTED YEARS BEFORE YOUR FINAL MENSTRUAL CYCLE AND INVOLVES UNIQUE CONSIDERATIONS SPECIFIC TO THIS LIFE STAGE.