Although the average Canadian woman will spend up to half her life in menopause, fewer than 25% of family physicians will proactively discuss menopause with their patients. According to a 2022 survey by The Menopause Foundation of Canada, 95% of women experience menopausal symptoms. While many know about hot flashes(84%) and night sweats(77%), two-thirds of women aren’t aware that urinary tract infections(82%) and heart palpitations(75%) can also be symptoms. Similarly, six in ten don’t recognize that headaches/migraines(58%), anxiety(58%), depression(56%), and memory issues(58%) may also be perimenopause/menopause symptoms. This lack of knowledge interferes with the identification of menopause-related symptoms and with finding relief.
At BRIA, our compassionate experts will assess your various symptoms and help you understand unique changes happening in your body. We’ll help you distinguish menopause-related symptoms from other conditions, including mental health concerns, and empower you with knowledge and offer treatments to navigate this stage.
BRIA offers virtual care from experienced practitioners. With Menopause Society-certified experts, our team is committed to providing evidence-based, personalized care for those in perimenopause. Whether you require hormonal therapy, lifestyle modifications, or mental health counselling for your or with your partner, our team will develop a comprehensive treatment plan with you. BRIA’s experts provide guidance on maintaining optimal mental and physical health and reducing the risk of post-menopause conditions, such as cardiovascular diseases and osteoporosis. We’ll work together to develop a comprehensive approach for your well-being during the menopause transition and after menopause.
You don’t have to face the menopause transition alone. Our compassionate team bridges the knowledge gap, offering comprehensive virtual care services. Reach out to BRIA today, and let us guide you.