Knowledge and support from primary care services can improve women’s health during menopause
More knowledge and individual support from primary care services can alleviate women’s menopausal problems, a University of Gothenburg thesis shows.
Not feeling well or like one’s normal self, but without any distinct sense of being ill, is experienced by numerous women during menopause, according to Lena Rindner, district nurse with a Ph.D. in community medicine and public health from Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg.
Rindner’s doctoral thesis describes her study of middle-aged women. They often take on new challenges, undergo relationship changes, and work hard both at home and at work, with varying impacts on their health and quality of life.
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