Gabby Logan reveals mail she gets from MEN who love her menopause show

Gabby Logan reveals the fan mail she gets from MEN who love her show about the menopause – who tell her ‘it’s opened my eyes to what my wife is going through’

  • Television presenter Gabby Logan has discussed her surprising podcast fan mail
  • Audience has included middle-aged men unaware their partners were struggling
  • Broadcaster was diagnosed with perimenopausal last year after blood test
  • Nearly one million women have retired early because of menopausal symptoms
  • Gabby Logan has revealed she receives fan mail from men who praise her for discussing the menopause on her hit podcast.

    The TV presenter’s audience includes middle-aged men who were not aware that their menopausal partners were struggling with the biological change until they listened to The Mid Point.

    ‘Men have raised the point about [menopause] being such an interesting time in their relationships and their careers,’ Miss Logan, 48, told Health And Wellbeing magazine.

    ‘It’s made people have conversations with their partners they wouldn’t have normally had and say stuff to me such as, “It’s opened my eyes; I really didn’t know she was going through all that”.’

    Television presenter Gabby Logan (写真) has discussed the surprising fan mail she has received regarding hit podcast The Mid Point

    Television presenter Gabby Logan (写真) has discussed the surprising fan mail she has received regarding hit podcast The Mid Point

    The sports broadcaster was diagnosed as perimenopausal last year after a blood test found her hormone levels had dropped dramatically.

    The perimenopause refers to the time during which a woman’s body starts transitioning to menopause and her ovaries gradually stop working.

    Miss Logan added: ‘[The podcast] is such a great project to do and I want to be doing it for as long as I can.

    I get such lovely feedback from people.’

    The mother-of-two discusses all things mid-life, including relationship issues, physical changes associated with ageing and the menopause.

    Nearly one million women retire early because of menopausal symptoms, a Government adviser said yesterday amid growing fears of a pension crisis.

    Andy Briggs, the Government’s business champion for older workers, told The Mail on Sunday: ‘Nearly four million women in the UK are aged between 45 そして 55 and are in employment.

    Gabby Logan poses with her medal after being appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in November

    Gabby Logan poses with her medal after being appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in November

    ‘And women aged over 50 are the fastest-growing segment of the workforce. Yet one in five women end up leaving the workplace as a result of some of the symptoms of menopause.

    ‘To leave the workplace in your fifties – when we know that you’re far less likely than someone younger to return to work – has a huge impact on your retirement income.’

    Mr Briggs, who runs the UK’s largest retirement company, Phoenix, recommends more clinical support for women with menopausal symptoms and more appropriate sick leave policies.

    Nearly one million women retire early due to symptoms of the menopause – causing a potential pensions timebomb, government advisor warns

    Az Munrallee for the Daily Mail

    Nearly one million women retire early due to menopausal symptoms, a government adviser warned amid growing fears of a pension crisis.

    Affected women tend to be between the ages of 45 そして 55 when their income and contribution to their workplace pension is usually at an all-time high.

    Andy Briggs, the Government’s Business Champion for Older Workers, claimed a pension crisis is imminent.

    Mr Briggs told the Mail on Sunday: ‘Nearly four million women in the UK are aged between 45 そして 55 and are in employment. And women aged over 50 are the fastest-growing segment of the workforce.

    ‘Yet one in five women end up leaving the workplace as a result of some of the symptoms of menopause.’

    Andy Briggs, the Government¿s business champion for older workers, has recommended more clinical support for women with menopausal symptoms

    Andy Briggs, the Government’s business champion for older workers, has recommended more clinical support for women with menopausal symptoms

    彼は続けた: ‘To leave the workplace in your 50swhen we know that you’re far less likely than someone younger to return to workhas a huge impact on your retirement income.’

    He also suggested that ‘one of the reasons women generally have low pensions in the first place’ is that they may have taken a career break to care for their children.

    Mr Briggs, who runs the UK’s largest retirement company, Phoenix, recommends more clinical support for women with menopausal symptoms and more appropriate sick leave policies.

    彼が追加した: ‘Six out of ten women tell us that the menopause has a significant impact on them from a work perspective. And yet it’s just never talked about.’

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