Menopause Resources

Have you been experiencing Perimenopause symptoms or are you seeking information about Menopause?

Menopause, or the “change of life,” affects each woman differently and usually begins around age 40 when periods become less regular. Hot flashes, insomnia, mood swings and fatigue are just a few of the symptoms women experience during this transition. Some women experience the change with minor symptoms while others feel a renewed sense of energy and confidence.

For more information about Menopause, symptoms and treatment, please select from the links below:

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Menopause Books

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Recommended Books

Perimenopause

Recommended Book for PerimenopauseThe Change Before the Change: Everything You Need to Know to Stay Healthy in the Decade Before Menopause
Laura Corio

The Essential Book for Every Woman Over 35
You're in the prime of life. As far as you know, menopause could be years away. So why is your body sending you such weird messages? Women today can't afford to lose time and energy to the common, but often misdiagnosed, symptoms of perimenopause — from mood swings and stubborn extra pounds to hot flashes and insomnia — that precede menopause by as much as a decade. In this lively and solution-packed book, renowned obgyn Dr. Laura Corio provides all the information you need to take charge of your physical and emotional well-being.

Menopause

Recommended Book for PerimenopauseSex, Lies, and Menopause: The Shocking Truth About Hormone Replacement Therapy
by T. S. Wiley with Julie Taguchi M.D. and Bent Formby Ph.D.

In this revolutionary work — a landmark that signals the true beginning of feminist medicine — a doctor, a philosopher, and a scientist prove that by postponing marriage and motherhood, women have accelerated the aging process, resulting in earlier menopause and, ultimately for thousands, earlier death. In Sex, Lies, and Menopause, T.S. Wiley, Julie Taguchi, M.D., and Bent Formby, Ph.D., turn thirty years of medical and cultural wisdom on its head, challenging both the medical establishment and modern feminists who believe women can delay childbearing that menopause, a natural state of female maturity, does not have to lead to potentially deadly medical conditions.

Sex, Lies, and Menopause offers strong evidence that the use of synthetic hormones leads to cancer and advises women to turn to natural hormone replacement therapy — derived from plants, not drugs — to help them elevate their estrogen level for greater energy, libido, and intellectual capacity. A groundbreaking effort of creative insight and astute research, this book fearlessly tackles one of the greatest health crises facing American women today.