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Employee well-being is organizational well-being. It’sFetch provides women with educational resources and a digital community to help them through their journey with Perimenopause.
Are one of the fastest growing demographic in the workforce”
- HNS Inform
As an organizational leader, it's important you know and remember that perimenopause and menopause is a natural and normal stage of a woman's life that cannot be avoided, only managed. In a UK study that surveyed 1,000 women they found that:
of women felt that peri/menopausal symptoms led to a negative performance
of the women felt they needed time off from work due to symptoms.
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“I feel like I couldn't really talk about my symptoms at work. So I kept quiet.”
- kayla m.
Sleep deprivation & insomnia
vasomotor symptoms (VMS)
During perimenopuase, the body produces less key hormones: estrogen and progesterone causing symptoms like sleep deprivation.
Women report experiencing a type of "brain fog" as symptom of perimenopause that's closely linked to insomnia and vascular symptoms.
Hormonal fluctuations caused by estrogen and progesterone cause musculoskeletal pain, hence causing pain in the joints.
VMS or hot flashes, and night sweats are one of the most recognizable symptoms of perimenopause. About 60-80% of women in the SWAN longitudinal study reported VMS symptoms.
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