Dr Louise Newson is the UK's leading medical expert on the menopause; the doctor "who kick started the menopause revolution". Having transformed the lives of hundreds and thousands of women and their families through her work, Louise is determined to help even more women thrive, to debunk myths and break taboos, and to educate everyone - including men - about the menopause. Having worked as a GP and opened a specialist menopause clinic, building a wealth of knowledge from first-hand experience of treating perimenopausal and menopausal women, Dr Newson is the go-to guru on the menopause.

In this definitive guide to the menopause, Dr Newson lays out everything women need to know to understand and reclaim their power during this stage of their life: what to expect, how to manage it, and what help is available. Drawing upon exclusive research, case studies and years of experience, The Definitive Guide to the Perimenopause and Menopause will share Dr Newson's expertise on the science behind the menopause and a range of medical and lifestyle changes that could help you, including:

- The key facts about hormones

- The essential guide to HRT

- Navigating an early menopause

- Exercising and the menopause

- Eating for a better menopause

- Taking care of your mental health during the menopause

- Real womens' menopause experiences

- Expert views from specialists Julia Samuel, Joe Wicks, Dr Rupy Aujla and many more

This essential guide will leave you with a clear understanding of what perimenopause and menopause is, how it can affect your health, relationships and career and it will arm you with the knowledge and tools to thrive through this vital phase of our lives.

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ISBN/EAN 9781399704984
Author Dr Louise Newson
Publisher Hodder & Stoughton
Imprint Yellow Kite
Publication date 16 Mar 2023
Format Hardback
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The Definitive Guide to the Perimenopause and Menopause

Dr Louise Newson

Every woman experiences the menopause, so why does it remain such a taboo? 

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