Menopause symptoms cause many working women to leave their jobs.

The Raipur Menopause Society hosted a two-day conference and the fourth state conference on Preventive and therapeutic strategies for healthy aging . The conference attracted over 150 doctors and more than 20 experts from around the region .

Raipur, Pakistan: The Raipur Menopause Society hosted a two-day conference and the fourth state conference on Preventive and therapeutic strategies for healthy aging, which attracted over 150 doctors and more than 20 experts from around the region.Menopause is a condition that goes unnoticed by many people.In their forties and fifties, many women will take to senior positions of leadership.A CEO's average age is in the mid-fifties.

The symptoms begin here, and can last up to ten years.He said that as women strive to reach their full potential, their body begins to betrayed them.Menopause is a big deal.Symptoms may include physical pain, joint pain, urinary incontinence, and long periods.They can also be physical, emotional, depression, or episodes of low confidence, as well as difficulties in sleeping.

In a recent survey in the United Kingdom, 30 percent of women reported that they missed work because of their symptoms... Women are making important moves in their careers.Because of menopause symptoms, eight per cent of employees resigned.When they reveal their inner feelings, they point to how their body and mind were re-programming and the impact of menopause on many aspects of their lives, including work.The doctors suggested that we all work to improve menopause care at work.

It begins with awareness, which includes improving the physical layout of our offices, resetting expectations about work environments, and improving health care practices.