Our team has written some great books about menopause which we hope will prove helpful.
This book by Pat Duckworth helps you understand perimenopause, menopause, the symptoms and the factors that affect them. Packed with information, practical tips and techniques, this book will help readers to discover the way to a healthy menopause whether you choose Hormone Therapy (HRT) or complementary approaches.
In this life-changing book, Rachel Lankester unpicks the accepted status quo and negative stereotypes associated with women’s midlife and aging. She offers us a radical research-based rebranding of midlife and menopause, highlighting the possibilities inherent in this transformational time in a woman’s life.
The Potent Power of Menopause is an open and honest, frank and insightful anthology by 10 women and 1 man from various countries, cultures and faiths around the world – and has the addition of humour which is much needed on this topic. Co-authored by Clarissa Kristjansson.
Perimenopause can sometimes feel like the rug has been pulled from under our feet and this can leave us feeling disempowered and lost. Second Spring is a new kind of menopause book, bringing the radical notion that with small changes and a clear-eyed look at what’s no longer serving you, you can reclaim your vitality and joy in life.
Menopause: Mind the Gap will help businesses and organisations appreciate the potential impact on performance of menopause symptoms and the positive effects of providing support. Another important book by Pat Duckworth.
In her book, The Mindful Menopause, women’s mindfulness expert Clarissa Hughes (Kristjansson) teaches readers how to transform their menopause journey from one of challenge into empowerment to go through the menopause with kindness and understanding.
Hormone Repair Manual is a practical guide to feeling better in your 40s, 50s, and beyond. It explains how to navigate the change of perimenopause and relieve symptoms with natural treatments such as diet, nutritional supplements, and bioidentical (body-identical) hormone therapy.
The Wiser Woman’s Guide to Perimenopause and Menopause busts through the myths surrounding women’s health that keep us disempowered and searching for external fixes. It turns out that our hormones aren’t getting it wrong, and our bodies don’t lose their innate wisdom when we reach a certain age. Enjoying good health, even while our hormones are in flux, is much less complicated than we think.
A book for the perimenopausal woman who no longer recognises herself and who finds work and fun disturbed by the changes. For the woman who can’t find a clear and reasonable explanation for what she is experiencing. If you are this woman, Dr Jerilynn Prior believes that you too can survive estrogen’s storm season – perimenopause – the years of change before one year after the final menstrual flow.
"The Fifth Decade" offers women and their families a lucid, accessible guide to the phases that define the turbulent years of perimenopause, as well as seasoned insight to navigate the intense, unpredictable emotional swings that define ‘The Change.’