Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) is a brief, non-medical approach that can be helpful for a range of health problems associated with menopause. This includes anxiety and stress, depressed mood, hot flushes and night sweats, sleep problems and fatigue. CBT helps people to develop practical ways of managing problems and provides new coping skills and useful strategies. For this reason, it can be a helpful approach to try because she skills can be applied to different problems, and can improve wellbeing in general.
This PDF takes you through some of the problems associated with menopause and guides you on how to adopt cognitive behavioural strategies to cope.