A fact-filled resource created by GP and leading menopause specialist, Dr Louise Newson, for women and healthcare professionals to access the most up-to-date, unbiased and evidence based information about the menopause.
This new Concise Manual takes a straightforward look at menopause. What is it? When does it occur? What can be expected? How can it be managed? Dr Louise Newson is a well-known specialist in menopause and saw the need for a fact-based manual for women and their families. Menopause is a natural condition that affects all women at some stage of their life. At least one in four women have severe symptoms, which detrimentally affect their family, home and work life. This book will explain and clarify the stages and symptoms, and detail what treatments are safe and effective for particular needs. Migraines, depression, anxiety, osteoporosis, low libido, relationships, diet and HRT are just some of the areas covered in this new concise manual.
A private menopause and wellbeing centre in Stratford-upon-Avon where women can receive the very latest treatment and advice from leading menopause specialist and GP, Dr Louise Newson and her team of doctors and nurses.
A practical lifestyle guide for a happy, healthy perimenopause and menopause.
Liz Earle MBE is one of Britain's most respected and trusted authorities on wellbeing. The award-winning author of over 30 bestselling books on nutrition, diet, beauty and natural healthcare, she co-founded the eponymous global beauty brand Liz Earle Beauty Co. in 1995, before moving back to writing and broadcasting, now publishing the leading quarterly magazine Liz Earle Wellbeing.
An expert in feel-good food and eating well to look your good, her straightforward, balanced and well-researched approach has earned her a place as a trusted visionary in the world of wellbeing. With a passion for demystifying science and sharing wellness wisdom, Liz's measured voice of reason has a deservedly large and loyal following in print, on digital, on TV and online.
Travelling the globe for research, Liz comes home to roost on an organic farm in the UK's West Country with her husband and five children.
Filled with a wealth of invaluable information...after reading this you will feel empowered and ready to take on the world (Lorraine)
Liz Earle's practical, honest and uplifting book will help women become stronger as we navigate the Menopause. It's time to celebrate a new chapter in our lives (Kirsty Wark)
Run by Diane Danzebrink, a therapist, coach, menopause expert with nurse training in menopause, and creator of the #MakeMenopauseMatter campaign. This resource provides access to information, education, advice and emotional support to empower women to take control of their health and wellbeing during menopause.
Diane Porterfield is an award winning fully qualified Nurse Practitioner specialising in women’s health and the menopause. Diane provides health education talks on many subjects and is particularly passionate about raising menopause awareness and helping women deal with the physical and emotional effects suffered during the menopause.
One women's journey of menopause and vaginal atrophy. Written in collaboration with her daughter in a `tongue in cheek' way to help break taboos of vaginal atrophy. This book is informative, serious, tear-jerking and guaranteed to make you laugh. Through this book you'll learn the hidden secrets of menopause aimed to help you during your own experiences, informing women, men and health professionals of all ages. "An amazing piece of work. It made me smile and cry at the same time and really feel every woman on the planet needs to read it" - Dr Louise Newson. "If you have a vagina, know or love somebody with a vagina, you need to read this." Diane Danzebrink, The Menopause Counsellor "This extraordinary, outstanding book is refreshingly candid and one of a kind. It is the sort of book you will buy extra copies of, to give to your daughters, your sisters and your friends." Julie Bennett, Educational Author "I love the book and already have patients and friends in mind that I can recommend it to." Fiona Mitchell, Women's Health Physiotherapist "I would recommend it to everyone." Amanda Tozer, Consultant Gynaecologist "Absolutely love it! Such an honest and informative read, smashing the taboo surrounding the conversation about our vaginas." Sam Evans, Sexual Health Expert
The official NICE guideline covering the diagnosis and management of menopause, including in women who have premature ovarian insufficiency. The guideline aims to improve the consistency of support and information provided to women in menopause.
Mel Wakeman is a Registered Nutritionist and senior lecturer in nutrition and applied pysiology who works with clients needing support with a range of health issues, including symptoms of the menopause.