By Ann Louise Gittleman Ph.D, CNS, 1997 (Updated 2017)
This book focuses on the early phase of menopause as your body shifts gears in preparation for the menopause years. There’s a quiz to help ascertain if you are experiencing perimenopause.
By Christiane Northrup, M.D. 1999 (Updated 2001,2006,2011)
This book focuses on menopause being a time for growth and “not simply a collection of physical symptoms to be fixed.” Dr Northrup offers medical advice on sleep, diet, breast health, bone health, pelvic health, and sex over 50.
By The Boston Women’s Health Book Collective, 2006
This book both delivers important information and women’s personal stories. Its mission is to help us become more comfortable with menopause and better educated when considering treatment options.
By Elizabeth Warner and James R Woods, 2016 (Expanded edition 2018)
This book discusses the role “inflammation” plays on menopause symptoms. The expanded addition includes 40 essays to help understand the biology and treatment of menopause.
By Pat Wingert and Barbara Kantrowitz, 2009 (Revised and updated 2018)
This comprehensive, informative guidebook separates menopause fact from fiction and is divided into sections to ease your read.
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