6 edition of A woman"s guide to menopause & perimenopause found in the catalog.
A woman"s guide to menopause & perimenopause
Mary Jane Minkin
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Woman"s guide to menopause and perimenopause, Menopause & perimenopause|
|Statement||Mary Jane Minkin, Carol V. Wright.|
|Series||Yale University Press health & wellness|
|Contributions||Wright, Carol V.|
|LC Classifications||RG186 .M573 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 413 p. :|
|Number of Pages||413|
|LC Control Number||2004014636|
1. Know what to women sail through menopause with hardly a symptom, but most experience varying degrees of mood swings, depression, night sweats, hot flashes, disrupted sleep and other unpleasant sensations Be sensitive to what your partner is going through and be sympathetic to how she's feeling. Telling her, "It can't be that bad" will only add to her frustrations. The author has done a wonderful job of discussing many of the socially taboo topics important to menopausal women. In her words, this book is “menopause myth busting.” Mandal first discusses how to recognize the changes of perimenopause and menopause, explaining the difference between the terms and what to expect during that time.
Part of the process includes what is termed the 'perimenopause' when a woman's body is starting to change in the build up to the menopause. The perimenopause usually starts in the mid-forties, but can start earlier or later and last several years. The perimenopause is not the same as an early menopause. Menopause means one year with no menstrual period. Perimenopause is the 10 to 15 years before menopause and everything after the periods have stopped for one year is post-menopause. The average age for menopause is 52 years. At menopause the ovaries have stopped producing eggs and there is no possibility of pregnancy.
Perimenopause is the precursor to menopause, and marks the beginnings of hormonal decline. This is when your body is in a state of hormonal imbalance, which potentially has dangerous consequences; the female sex hormones, oestrogen(s) and progesterone levels fluctuate daily, causing inconsistent surges. A Woman’s Guide to Healthy Aging: 7 Proven Ways to Keep You Vibrant, Happy & Strong by Vivien Brown, MD, provides practical tips to empower women transitioning through midlife to optimize their health and overall wellbeing. This thoughtful, easy-to-read guide is an open, honest conversation with a friend who just happens to be a doctor of
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The most up-to-date, scientifically accurate, and readable guide to menopause available anywhere Recent groundbreaking research has provided abundant new information on menopause and how women should approach it. This book carefully considers all these findings, explains in detail what we now know about menopause and its treatment, and offers Cited by: 3.
This authoritative and user-friendly information source is designed to guide women through the experience of menopause. Written by well-known medical educator Dr. Neil Shulman and a specialist in obstetrics and gynecology, Dr.
Edmund Kim, this accessible and highly informative handbook will answer the many questions a woman may have about menopause/5(10). Get this from a library.
A woman's guide to menopause & perimenopause. [Mary Jane Minkin; Carol V Wright] -- "Recent groundbreaking research has provided abundant new information on menopause and how women should approach it.
This up-to-date and scientifically accurate book. Healthy Transitions: A Woman's Guide to Perimenopause, Menopause, & Beyond: A Woman's Guide to Perimenopause, Menopause, and Beyond - Kindle edition by Shulman, Neil B.
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Menopause isn't just a rough time for women -- it's also hard for the men who love them. If your spouse or partner is in the throes of "the change," unpleasant symptoms like hot flashes and mood. Many women fear perimenopause, that time in life when a woman’s reproductive hormones start to downshift.
Indeed, perimenopause has gotten a bad reputation because it can be accompanied by a raft of unpleasant symptoms, including weight gain, mood swings, severe period problems (like heavy or irregular, bloating, and PMS), feeling tired all the time, lackluster skin and hair.
The Menopause Guidebook, eighth edition, is the most complete and current discussion of menopause available anywhere. Information on perimenopause, premature menopause, menopause symptoms, long-term effects of estrogen loss, and a wide variety of therapies to.
As women, we battle against our hormones, arguably from our teenage years through to older age. And there are waves to overcome in later life, in the forms of the three stages of menopause: perimenopause, menopause and postmenopause.
There was a time when ‘menopause. The Magic of Menopause: A Holistic Guide to Get Your Happy Back. Miano also artfully weaves descriptions of menopause physiology with women’s personal stories as well as recommendations for meditation and recipes for healthy eating.
In almost every case for which recommendations are made, the author, who is an Integrative Certified. A Woman's Guide to Menopause and Perimenopause (Yale University Press Health & Wellness) - Kindle edition by Minkin, Mary Jane, Wright Ph.D., Carol V. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
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A Man's Guide to Menopause. Sex can, quite literally, be a sore spot for a woman going through menopause. As estrogen levels drop, the tissue in. The big surprise for many women in their 40s and the years leading up to menopause—a period of time also known as perimenopause—is that the symptoms usually associated with menopause can strike much sooner, wreaking physical, mental and emotional havoc on women’s lives.
Unfortunately, many women with perimenopausal symptoms are unaware of what’s happening. PERIMENOPAUSE: This transitional phase, which typically begins in a woman’s 40s (but could start as early as the mids), is the precursor to menopause.
Ovarian function declines, and levels of the sex hormones estrogen and progesterone rise and fall unevenly. "A truly accessible, non-intimidating reference book on the daunting subject of menopause and perimenopause This volume is an excellent reference for all women who will face, are facing or are past menopause—and for the gentlemen who live.
Buy A Woman's Guide to Menopause and Perimenopause (Yale University Press Health & Wellness) 1 by Mary Jane Minkin, Carol V Wright (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Most women arrive at menopause between the ages of 45 but perimenopause can start as much as a decade beforehand.
And about 1% of women in the U.S. reach menopause at age 40 or younger. Perimenopause: The Savvy Sister’s Guide to Hormone Harmony is the compassionate, smart, and funny Talk that every woman needs.
A revolutionary book that gives you the tools to navigate this transition with grace and ease—so you can rock your mojo through midlife and beyond.
For many women, menopause comes abruptly, far sooner t the average age of the body's natural cessation of menses—due to the 6, hysterectomies performed in the U.S. each year. For the rest of us, this unavoidable rite of passage often sneaks up after a six-month to ten-year hormonal time warp called perimenopause.
I know. This book on woman's health was possibly one that would treat the effects of menopause as the natural occurrence that they are instead of illness. I had a feeling that I would like the book.
The author, Dr. Ron Eaker, uses a three-pronged approach in dealing with the effects of menopause and perimenopause/5(7). Perimenopause refers to the time leading up to menopause, when women start experiencing fluctuations in ovarian functions and menstrual cycles, but haven’t yet gone a full 12 months without a.SOURCES: Your Perfectly Pampered Menopause: Health, Beauty, and Lifestyle Advice for the Best Years of Your Life, by Colette York: Broadway Books, American College of.Get this from a library!
Healthy transitions: a woman's guide to perimenopause, menopause & beyond. [Neil Shulman; Edmund S Kim] -- Discusses the signs, symptoms, and alternative and conventional medications for all the stages of menopause.