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The Complete Guide to the Menopause : Your Toolkit to Take Control and Achieve Life-Long Health, Paperback / softback Book

The Complete Guide to the Menopause : Your Toolkit to Take Control and Achieve Life-Long Health Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback


'We all need this book in our lives - Annice is a saviour in hormone hell!' Jenny Powell'Having this book by my side changed my life!' Sally DynevorTake control of your menopauseDr Annice Mukherjee went through the menopause at just 41 following a breast cancer diagnosis, and she is also a top UK hormone specialist with nearly 30 years of experience.

In this book she combines her medical expertise and personal experience to develop an essential menopause toolkit offering balanced, practical and comprehensive advice designed for our modern world. The author has used her unique holistic system to help thousands of women look better, feel younger and enjoy an improved quality of life in the long term.

This book includes her lifestyle toolkit - which every woman can start implementing straight away to improve symptoms - as well as science based advice on the treatment options when self-management is not enough.

It demystifies the big questions, including:- Managing the menopause at work- How things change in the decades after the menopause - What happens if you have a medically induced menopause- When to consider hormone therapies and alternatives to HRTThe ultimate guide to taking control, rebalancing your body for the better and successfully maintaining optimum health through and beyond menopause.




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