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Although menopause is a natural and inevitable stage in everywoman’s life, its physical, mental, and emotionalmanifestations can vary greatly from one person to the next. Add tothis all of the conflicting “expert” information aboutthe benefits, risks, and side effects to which women are exposed ona daily basis, and it’s easy to see why most find itdifficult to make informed choices about how to deal with theirmenopausal symptoms.

Authored by a team of acknowledged experts in treatingmenopausal symptoms, Menopause For Dummies arms you with allthe information you need to stay in control every step of the way.In plain English, it explains the role menopause plays in a varietyof common health problems, such as osteoporosis, stroke, and heartdisease. It walks you through proven measures for minimizing yourrisk of developing complications through including diet andexercise, stress management, hormone replacement, and othertechniques. And it arms you with authoritative, up-to-the-minutecoverage of:

Premenopause how to identify it and what it means The stages of menopause How menopause can affect your body, emotions, and libido The latest facts about hormone replacement therapy The pros and cons of various alternative treatments The best ways of handling hot flashes Easing symptoms with diet and exercise Preventing bone loss Helpful lifestyle changes

With Menopause For Dummies in your corner you’llhave a kinder, gentler “change of life.”

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ISBN: 9781118068113
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