Your go-to guide to understanding the changes and challenges of menopause
Together with a team of experts, this comprehensive handbook will equip you with mindful practices and treatments to help alleviate menopause symptoms in a mindful, positive way, either alongside or without prescription medication.
Coping with menopause can be tough, draining, and sometimes utterly debilitating for women. For years it has been seen as an illness that needed to be cured. Natural Menopause takes a different approach. Throughout the pages of this calm, authoritative, beautiful reference book, you’ll find that menopause is a normal, natural process that does not need to be over-medicalized.
Your journey is unique. This insightful book about menopause will help you find the right combination of resources that work for you. It includes:
• Specialist expert writers for each section of the book - HRT, Natural Remedies, Exercise, Nutrition, and Mental Wellness • Practical strategies on how to manage menopause naturally and make it a more positive, empowering experience • A Symptom Finder in the introductory pages to help direct you to the correct section in the book
Explore an extensive collection of natural remedies and complements to hormone replacement therapy. Adopt yoga poses to reduce stress and help you sleep. Use essential oils to manage mood swings and soothe headaches. Discover detoxifying foods that aid weight management and regulate hormones. Find the best exercises to boost your mood and energy levels. Finally, use CBT and mindfulness to relieve anxiety and calm hot flashes. Embrace the Change
Filled with a wealth of invaluable information, this book will help you stay physically, mentally, and spiritually well throughout your menopause journey. It’s perfect for women over 40 who are already invested in natural wellness and want to apply the same principles to their menopause.
About the Author
Consulting Editors: Anne Henderson, MA MB BChir, MRCOG is a menopause expert and gynecologist with over 15 years of experience running women's clinics. By teaming her medical expertise with complementary treatments, she provides holistic care for women, specializing in hormonal therapy. Anne studied at Cambridge University before completing clinical training at Guy's Hospital in London and has experience as a consultant in the Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust for nearly 15 years, with a busy practice covering both obstetrics and gynecology. Anne will write the HRT section of the book and oversee a team of expert writers for the other sections.
Rebecca Dunsmoor-Su, MD MSCE NCMP, is a NAMS-certified menopause practitioner and the Medical Director for Menopause at Swedish Medical Center / Providence Health System in Seattle, WA. She is also the Chief Medical Officer for Gennev.com, the leading online clinical resource for women in midlife and menopause. She is also, herself, a menopausal woman.