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Publication Date: 20 Sep 2012
Publisher: Sheldon Press
Page Count: 128
Author: Juliet Bressan
ISBN-13: 9781847092236, 9781847092243

Menopause: The Drug-Free Way

By Juliet Bressan
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Summary
Doctors are traditionally keen to medicalise the menopause, but, in the face of ongoing controversy about HRT, there is an increasing call for a natural menopause. Written by a GP, Menopause the Drug Free Way gives a strong, positive message about how women may empower themselves and develop a joyful attitude to life. It explains what's really going on inside the body at this time of transition, how women can tackle symptoms themselves, and when they should resort to the doctor.
Topics include:
the role of oestroge
coping with hot flushes
dealing with depression and low mood
preventing osteoporosis
how to avoid putting on weight
what can be done to prevent cancer
coping with forgetfulness and memory loss
improving disturbed sleep
staying healthy for life
About the Author
Juliet Bressan is a GP, health journalist and author. Based in Dublin, she is well known in the Irish medical community as a campaigner on women's health issues, and specializes in the health problems of musicians and performing artists.

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