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March 26, 2016
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1 Introduction
Recommended Reading for Menopausal Women

by Caren Killtral

 

For women suffering from the effects of Menopause, any information that helps to alleviate the pain and suffering of this terrible affliction is most welcome. There are countless books on the market that profess to have the answers you seek. Every other author claims to have new, groundbreaking material that will completely change your life. These claims are optimistic at best and misleading at worst. Of all the books I have read on the subject of Menopause, the following are by far the most informative and insightful. Make yourself a cup of tea, put your feet up, and enjoy the read!

The Menopause Guidebook by The North American Menopause Society

Published by The North American Menopause Society, a nonprofit scientific organization, this comprehensive 60-page, consumer-oriented guidebook provides current, unbiased information on a broad range of topics related to Menopause. The third edition has been updated with information based on recent scientific advances - including recent findings from the Women's Health Initiative (WHI), new FDA labeling for hormones, and new menopause-related treatments - making the guidebook the most current, most complete resource for consumers at the time of publication.

Menopause & Homeopathy: A Guide for Women in Midlife by Ifeoma Ikenze, North Atlantic Books

Elizabeth Center, San Anselmo, CA. The author is an M.D. and a homeopath. Menopause & Homeopathy text uses case studies to show how physical, emotional, professional, and spiritual problems can challenge a woman's health and self-image. The guide incorporates recent medical research for consumers.

Our Bodies Ourselves For The New Century by Boston Women's Health Book Collective

The essential resource on women's health and women's sexuality comes of age in this newly revised and updated edition of a long-loved classic. In these pages, women will find new information, resources (including web sites!), and personal support for the decisions that will shape their health -- and their lives -- from living a healthy life, to relationships and sexuality, to child-bearing, growing older, dealing with the medical system and organizing for change. This is a book for women of all generations to use, to rely on and to share with others.


About the Author

Caren Killtral writes articles for menopauseinsight.com - a menopause resource site with information about Menopause Symptoms, Hot Flashes, Hormone Replacement Therapy and more.



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