Ten health experts delivering presentations on the subjects that matter to YOU about Perimenopause and Menopause, plus bonus video content and a virtual giftbag!


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Dementia Risk and Brain Glitches at Menopause

Feel like you’re going mad or worried that you’re getting dementia…?

It’s very normal (albeit unpleasant) to feel like this during the menopausal transition. To get the facts straight one of WellFemme’s awesome menopause doctors, Dr Marita Long presented “Dementia Risk and Brain Glitches at Menopause” to celebrate Work Menopause Day, 2021.
Ever wanted to know what brain fog is, or why your memory’s gone AWOL? Are you terrified that you’re going mad or suffering early onset dementia? Then this webinar is for you!

During this presentation you will learn:

•      The difference between normal ageing, menopause-related cognitive changes and dementia

•      The effects of estrogen on the brain

•      How to reduce your risk factors for dementia, and

•      How to optimize your brain health now and for the future.



About Dr Marita Long

Dr Marita Long is a Victorian based GP working in clinical practice and medical education. After completing her Certificate in Sexual and Reproductive health, Marita worked for Family Planning (Tasmania) and developed a strong interest in menopause and has recently become a board member of the Australasian Menopause Society.

Marita is also current committee member for the Australian Society of Psychosocial Obstetrics and Gynaecology.  She has developed and delivered many educational, face to face and online workshops and is passionate about upskilling GP’s to deliver the best evidence-based care to patients- especially women, who so often feel their voices aren’t heard. Marita also presents on radio, podcasts and webinars, and works with Dementia Training Australia.

About Dr Kelly Teagle

Dr Kelly Teagle is a GP in Canberra specialising in Women’s health. She graduated in Medicine from the University of Queensland in 2001 and worked in the RAAF as a Medical Officer until 2010. As a civilian GP Kelly gained Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, a Graduate Diploma of Women’s Health, completed further studies in reproductive and sexual health, worked in a menopause clinic and assisted in obstetric and gynaecological surgeries. Dr Teagle is the Founder and Principal of WellFemme Women’s Health Services.  She also writes blog articles and is a women’s health speaker.



The recommended books were:

Secrets of Women’s Healthy Ageing, by Cassandra Szoeke: 
Staying Alive, by Dr Kate Gregorevic:

The courses recommended are:

Project Three Six Twelve (Online Exercise Program):

The podcasts she mentioned are:


Diagram: Modifiable Risks For Dementia


What is WellFemme About?

If you can’t find the professional help you need for your menopause or perimenopausal symptoms then book a Telehealth consultation with an expert WellFemme menopause doctor.

WellFemme is Australia’s first dedicated Telehealth menopause clinic, servicing locations nationwide including: Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Darwin, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Dubbo, Bendigo, Broken Hill, Broome, Alice Springs, Launceston, Cairns, Mildura, Lightning Ridge, Kalgoorlie, Albany, Toowoomba, Charleville, Port Headland, Katherine, Ballarat, Coober Pedy, Bourke, Albury… and your place! 🙂  

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