Menopause The Healthy Happy Way

Author: MARIA TRÁNSITO LÓPEZ
Editor: Skyhorse
ISBN: 9781510705555
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Yes, you can feel fantastic during menopause! Feel great just by following a few simple lifestyle rules. Eating, exercising, and sleeping well are keys to healthy living at any age, but these and other concerns are even more important during menopause. This guide will set you on the path to wellness and happiness as you embark on this journey. We have been led to believe that menopause is a kind of disorder, but it is not. It is just a new period in the life of every woman—a time when your body and personal life are changing. Hormonal imbalances experienced during menopause can lead to certain difficulties and inconveniences, but you can still live life to the fullest and find your own joy. In this book, you’ll find the guidelines for adapting to this new stage and discovering its many wonders. Among other things, you’ll learn all about: Relieving hot flashes Sleeping well Addressing emotions and mood swings Enjoying a full sex life Keeping skin and bones in good health Nutrition for your changing body Maintaining a happy, healthy heart Helpful information and advice on physical changes, eating right, and staying fit make this book a must-read for women who are entering menopause and ready to embrace a new chapter in life.

Invitation To Holistic Health

Author: Charlotte Eliopoulos
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 1284105482
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Invitation to Holistic Health: A Guide to Living a Balanced Life provides solid principles and proven measures to promote optimal health and well-being using a holistic approach. Divided into three parts: Strengthening Your Inner Resources, Developing Health Lifestyle Practices, and Taking Charge of Challenges to the Mind, Body, and Spirit, this easy-to-read guide it provides how-to information when dealing with a variety of health-related issues that includes, but is not limited to, nutrition, exercise, herbal remedies, and homeopathic remedies. The Second Edition as been completely revised and includes current research on the effectiveness and safety of herbs and other complementary and alternative medicine therapies. The chapter on Menopause has been updated to reflect current thinking about the safe use of estrogen replacement, soy products, and other approaches to manage symptoms and new suggested readings and resources have been provided for further exploration into topics. -- Provided by publisher.

The Happy Menopause

Author: Jackie Lynch
Editor: Watkins Media Limited
ISBN: 1786784076
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As no two menopause journeys are identical, this highly practical and accessible nutrition and lifestyle guide enables women to build a bespoke menopause diet that specifically targets their symptoms, with the minimum of fuss and effort. This practical nutrition and lifestyle guide provides women with the tools to build their own menopause diet which specifically targets the symptoms that are relevant to them. There are so many ways that nutrition can support a healthy and happy menopause, but a one-size-fits-all approach simply won’t work. The reality is that there are many different menopausal symptoms and no two women have the same experience. Jackie explains how the menopause and perimenopause can change your body and how your diet can make a tangible difference to the way that you feel, whether you’re using HRT or not. Each symptom section provides a range of targeted nutritional solutions, practical lifestyle advice and simple recipe tips that you can incorporate into your daily routine. A highly experienced clinician, Jackie specialises in providing real-world guidance to busy women. This book is designed to make the key information as easily accessible as possible and reflects her trademark practical style, which makes it the ideal one-stop solution for anyone juggling their menopause with the demands of a busy job and a hectic family life.

Women S Health Today 2000

Author: Susan G. Berg
Editor:
ISBN: 9781579542405
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Everything You Need To Know About Menopause

Author: Joanne Marie Snow
Editor: Prima Lifestyles
ISBN: 9780761515609
File Size: 43,91 MB
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Discover Nature's Treatment for Menopause Every woman experiences menopause differently. But did you know that there are natural remedies that may significantly reduce menopause-related symptoms and help protect against the associated risks of cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis? Inside you'll learn how black cohosh may reduce menopausal symptoms, which natural treatments may help reduce the risk of osteoporosis, how kava may help menopause-related anxiety, the pros and cons of other natural treatments for menopause, and much more! Includes up-to-date information on menopause and: ·Black Cohosh ·Kava ·Ipriflavone ·Soy ·Calcium ·Vitamin D ·Vitamin E ·B Vitamins ·St. John's Wort ·Valerian ·Garlic ·Red Clover ·And conventional medical treatments It's all here in simple, straightforward language. You'll find yourself turning to this helpful, trusted companion again and again.

Index De P Riodiques Canadiens

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Barnes Noble Health Basics Menopause

Author: Barbara Loos
Editor: Barnes & Noble
ISBN: 9780760739846
File Size: 53,57 MB
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Manage the physical and emotional changes of menopause. Understand the impact of stress and what to do about it.

Perimenopause

Author: Dr Anna Garrett
Editor: Anna Garrett Companies, LLC
ISBN: 0960058311
File Size: 25,66 MB
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“Perimenopause? What?! I’m way too young!” If you’re suddenly struggling with weight gain, insomnia, irregular bleeding or flooding, mood swings, and relationship challenges, perimenopause may be knocking at your door. And there’s more! Burning tongue, itchy skin, electric shock feelings? Yes, these can be part of perimenopause too. Women are inundated with information on how to have healthy, happy pregnancies, but we get left out on the opposite end of the reproductive spectrum. That stops now! In this entertaining, information-packed, empowering book, Dr. Anna Garrett shares everything you need to know about your body and how to care for it to create hormone harmony. Here are just a few of the things you’ll learn: Perimenopause can start as young as 35 Why perimenopause is very different from menopause How you CAN balance your hormones and find symptom relief Why you’re not going crazy Tips for creating a healthcare team that gets you the care you deserve Dr. Anna offers realistic, holistic solutions for diet challenges, sleep, stress reduction, supplements and more in her savvy sister’s guide. Perimenopause is a revolutionary book focused on giving you the tools to navigate this transition with grace and ease so you can rock your mojo through midlife and beyond! You can learn to make perimenopause an initiation into the wise woman's years, worthy of celebration and discovery, rather than something to dread. I highly recommend this book!" -Lissa Rankin, MD, OB/ GYN physician and New York Times bestselling author of Mind Over Medicine At last...this is the “perimenopause manual” we have all longed for! Dr. Anna explains it all in a way that feels neither demeaning nor overly scientific. She provides solutions, suggestions and actual steps to take to regain control of our moods, our bodies, our lives. From lifestyle tweaks to supplement suggestions, every page brings awareness and hope. It’s my current “bedside read,” right before I drift off into truly restorative sleep. Thank you, Dr. Anna! ~Sheree Clark Midlife Courage Coach Fork in the Road Dr. Anna is the unequivocal authority in helping women—including me—navigate perimenopause and menopause. Trust me, it IS possible to come out on “the other side” better than ever! Dr. Anna offers her guidance with humor, wit and compassion. ~Jill Grunewald, FMCHC, author of the best selling Essential Thyroid Cookbook, and creator of the Reversing Alopecia program “There simply is not enough quality information available to women on perimenopause. Thankfully, Dr. Anna Garrett is changing all that! Get your midlife health education from someone who has worked with hundreds (thousands?) of women one-on-one to balance their hormones, tweak their lifestyles, and most importantly, set them up to live their healthiest lives! This is a book you’ll want to refer to again and again throughout your journey—and then share it with all your girlfriends!” ~Shirley Weir, founder, Menopause Chicks and author of MOKITA: How to navigate perimenopause with confidence and ease

Eat Well For A Healthy Menopause

Author: Elaine Magee
Editor: Wiley
ISBN: 9780471193609
File Size: 62,25 MB
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GOOD FOOD FOR A HEALTHY MENOPAUSE. Nutrition expert Elaine Moquette-Magee gives you all the dietary advice you need to manage your menopause naturally and comfortably. By following her "10 Diet Commandments for Menopause and Beyond," you can alleviate discomfort, minimize the risks associated with hormone replacement therapy, and slow down the aging process. Discover: How to increase your estrogen naturally. The best ways to increase your energy level, and ward off cancer, heart disease, and osteoporosis. The latest information on antioxidants and phytochemicals. Nutrition tables and charts for easy reference. Simple and delicious recipes that incorporate all the right foods and nutrients.

Menopause And Culture

Author: Gabriella E. Berger
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'An extremely significant contribution to the field of medical sociology ... Menopause is an area which has been somewhat neglected in social science discourse.' Dr Megan Jennaway, University of Queensland'Original ... well argued ... at the cutting edge of the field of sociology and health.' Dr Mina Roces, University of New South WalesIn Menopause and Culture, Gabriella Berger questions the view of menopause as an estrogen-deficiency disease by examining how other vital influences, such as culture, mediate the menopause transition. Her positive and refreshing approach culminates in a cross-cultural examination of Australian and Filipino women's menopause experiences and concludes in an elegant demonstration of how intricate sociocultural belief systems impact on menopause. Set against a broad review of current and often contradictory literature in the fields of biomedicine, psychiatry, psychology, anthropology and sociology, her findings serve to demystify long-held stereotypical and misogynist views of women as diseased and useless. Menopause is unequivocally more about wellness than illness: this is a book at the cutting edge of medical sociology.

When You Re Hot You Re Hot

Author: Jan King
Editor: Andrews McMeel Publishing
ISBN: 9780740722226
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At a time when interest in serious nonfiction about menopause is at a peak, King's humor is cutting edge. While the sometimes-autobiographical stories are hilarious, she also addresses her experiences with menopause and breast cancer in a serious manner.

Creative Menopause

Author: Farida Sharan
Editor:
ISBN: 9781570930027
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The Magic Of Menopause

Author: Lorraine Miano
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ISBN: 9781944134068
File Size: 73,24 MB
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Upon discovering she was about to be a grandmother, just as menopause and a hysterectomy were at her doorstep, Lorraine Miano decided she needed to turn her healthy lifestyle habits up a notch. She was not going to be a has-been--she was determined to be a will-be! In her book, The Magic of Menopause, Lorraine walks you through what it takes to make lifestyle changes that will set you up to live the rest of your life healthy and happy--at any age! It goes far beyond weight loss and encompasses all of the magical side effects of a healthy life, like fewer wrinkles, glowing skin, fewer aches and pains, and more energy! This book will help guide you through the struggles women face when they begin menopause, and helps you tackle daily changes, such as: *Balancing your hormones holistically *Getting a better night's sleep *Reducing and/or eliminating hot flashes *Improving libido! *Saying goodbye to anxiety and depression! *Having the party of your life!

The Womansource Catalog Review

Author: Ilene Rosoff
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New Menopausal Years

Author: Susun S. Weed
Editor: Wise Woman Herbal
ISBN: 9781888123036
File Size: 59,27 MB
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Called "my menopause bible" by half a million women, the best book on menopause is now better. Originally published in 1992 and still a top best-seller. Completely revised with 100 new pages. Susan S. Weed (author of the best-sellers Breast Cancer. Breast Health! the Wise Woman Way, Wise Woman Herbal for the childbearing Year, and Healing Wise) has completely rewritten this classic after listening to over 20,000 women talk about menopause and what works for them. All the remedies women know and trust plus hundreds of new ones. New Sections on thyroid health fibromyalgia, hairy problems, male menopause, and herbs for women taking hormones. Recommended by Susan Love MD and Christiane Northrup MD. Introduction by Juliette de Bairacli Levy. Beautifully illustrated, superbly indexed, wrapped in the healing cloak of the Ancient Ones, this is a book for owen of all ages who want strong bones, healthy hearts, and a long, joyous life without hormones.

New Ways To Better Marriages

Author: Elizabeth Ogg
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Managing Your Menopause

Author: Wulf H. Utian
Editor: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 9780135823620
File Size: 11,51 MB
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Answers questions about medication, late pregnancy, menopausal risk factors, and other important issues, and provides a practical menopause-management program

A Woman S Guide To Menopause And Hormone Replacement Therapy

Author: Lorraine Dennerstein
Editor: Amer Psychiatric Pub Incorporated
ISBN:
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Every woman, as she gets older, must face the onset of menopause-either naturally occurring or brought on surgically. As we learn more about menopause and the effects of hormone replacement therapy (HRT), a number of questions arise. The most hotly debated of them all: should women receive HRT? This book grew out of the need for a balanced examination of all the relevant issues-not for medical practitioners but for women of all ages-and is written in the context of how women experience the transition of menopause. Drawing on a number of population studies and their own research, contributors from different fields take on subjects ranging from HRT as a social issue and the psychosocial aspects of menopause to the role of diet and exercise in midlife health and what natural therapies may have to offer women. Other chapters thoroughly discuss the pros and cons of HRT and explain what hormones are and what they do. Readers will find the latest facts and medical opinions on how HRT can affect the likelihood of developing osteoporosis and bone fractures, breast and gynecological cancers, cardiovascular diseases, and menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, urinary problems, and vaginal thinning. For the millions of women who fall somewhere in the middle of the spectrum of menopausal symptoms-and those at either end of the continuum-this easy-to-understand guide blends thought-provoking opinion with facts into one clear, concise source.

How To Walk Yourself Healthy Happy

Author: Russ Williams
Editor: M-Y Books Limited
ISBN: 1912875993
File Size: 14,58 MB
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Walking is aerobic exercise; it is also the 'Superfood' of exercise. Most of us do it every day to varying degrees and many of us do not fully appreciate the many proven benefits for the body and mind that you can get simply by taking regular walks. Author Russ Williams – a UK based broadcaster – has been a walker for many years and noticed a distinct upturn in his physical and mental health as a result of walking regularly. He researched and subsequently wrote this book to help people fully understand WHY walking is such an important way of exercising and to understand the many PROVEN benefits of doing it for the mind and body. In his book he shares the medical evidence and why you can reap the benefits without taking a big chunk out of your daily life and routine. 'How To Walk Yourself Healthy And Happy' explains how walking can significantly help: -Blood pressure health -Help you lose weight safely with speed/ time and calorie burning charts. -Control cholesterol levels -Correct your posture -Increase core muscle strength and flexibility -Energy levels -Walking to ease back pain -Help control diabetes -Encourage better brain health -Tackle and help solve sleep issues. -Increase memory capacity -Aid recovery from cancer treatment -Post cardiac event recovery -The risk of a heart attack or stroke -Issues and conditions of the menopause -Reduce loneliness by walking -Improve mood and your state of mind Discover the many types of walking that you can do (14 in total!) – there really is a type of walking for everyone. The book shows you what to do and what not to do, explains why starting out modestly and increasing your walks and their intensity over time give the most sustainable benefits to your health. You will learn that regular walking is by far the best and why you have to keep it up and not stop for a week or two. There is a guide to the right kind of equipment and footwear that you will need and the smartphone apps that will make recording your walks simple and fun. Proven medical facts support the long list of benefits of walking as a principal form of exercise whether it is in a forest, going around the block or just popping out to get your lunch on a break from work. By adding regular walking to your exercise regime, you will quickly notice how much better you feel both physically and mentally. It is time to get those walking shoes or boots on for better health!

The Menopause Sourcebook

Author: Gretchen Henkel
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ISBN: 9781565654358
File Size: 30,40 MB
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Explains what happens to a woman's body during menopause and discusses options for dealing with the symptoms of menopause.