Menopausing: Book of the Year, The British Book Awards 2023, and Sunday Times bestselling self-help guide, to help you cope with symptoms and live your best life during menopause
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The book not only assisted me in identifying the symptoms directly linked to my perimenopause, but it also aided me in untangling the intricate connection between hormonal changes and the impact of my past trauma on my overall well-being.
The risk increase is equivalent to the risk decrease if a woman exercised for 2 and a half hours per week.The Blakeian adventure is the independent publisher’s second-bestselling fiction hardback ever and now in its fifth reprint. However, this book was a fantastic introduction to the topic and very easy to listen to and to understand. Menopausing will build an empowered, supportive community to break this terrible silence once and for all. The work was praised by a panel of judges that included Channel 4 News anchor Krishnan Guru-Murthy, broadcaster and author Anita Rani, radio host Vick Hope, comedian Ellie Taylor and Waterstones Children's Laureate Joseph Coelho.
Another aspect that disappointed me was the heavy emphasis on hormone replacement therapy (HRT) throughout the book. I suppose I would have enjoyed this book if it had been my first read on the topic as the language is rather casual and straightforward. For too long, women have had to keep quiet about menopause – its onset, its symptoms, its treatments – and what it means for us. She went on to train in Obstetrics and Gynaecology before becoming a GP, and training as a Menopause Specialist under the mentorship of Nick Panay, the former chair of the British Menopause Society.It has given me the confidence to go back and book another appointment and be more proactive in asking for help.
By completing your purchase, you agree to Audible's Conditions of Use and authorise Audible to charge your designated card or any other card on file. For too long, women have had to keep quiet about the menopause â€“ its onset, its symptoms, its treatments â€“ and what it means for us.We are going to tell you the truth, so you can make an informed decision about your life and your body . I love how this is written and because we all know Davina’s voice, it feels like she is sat talking to you, very reassuring and funny.
For too long, women have had to keep quiet about the menopause – its onset, its symptoms, its treatments – and what it means for us. as that’s why we’re being put through early menopause in the first place, and on the topic of ‘early menopause’, one of the small areas of the book which talks about it, seems to lump women who have had breast cancer in with women who have had POI - that’s not me, my ovaries were stopped for me, it didn’t happen naturally) and discusses endlessly the ‘risk of cancer’, ‘risk of cancer’, risk of cancer’ in women who have never had it, for people considering HRT. I would say it’s more a compilation of personal accounts from women who had suffered a myriad of menopausal symptoms rather than merely a scientific book, which is what I was expecting. They provide bespoke, holistic, evidence based specialist care for perimenopausal and menopausal women via online and face to face appointments around the country. No more scaremongering: just evidence-based infoNo shame: real women, real menopause stories, real empathy, real communityHonest, no-holds-barred advice: Dry vagina?
At the moment we understand there to be a small increased risk of breast cancer when oestrogen is taken in combination with progesterone. I had an ovary removed at 43 (50% less hormone production straight away) and I was told 43 was too young! The established romance author successfully built on her TikTok fanbase to launch a new genre, accompanied with a striking marketing campaign making it is the third-bestselling paperback of 2022, according to BookScan.