Lockdown has sparked many issues for workers. From financial anxiety over job security, to an increase in burnout as employees struggle to separate personal and professional life, there are many challenges that workers have had to face when it comes to health and wellbeing. Now, however, it has been revealed that millions of women are experiencing increased anxiety and sleeplessness as they go through the menopause during lockdown. According to a new report launched by OnePoll.com, seven in ten women over the age of 40-years-old believe that the current lockdown has increased anxiety in those going through the menopause. It’s estimated that 13million women are currently peri-menopausal or menopausal in the UK – that’s the equivalent to one-third of the female population,...
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