Brain Fog Associated With Menopause

Brain fogBrain fog associated with menopause can have many negative health effects on the body and mind. Some women suffer from such a decline in cognitive function that they experience what is referred to as “mental fog” or “brain fog.”

Women that suffer from mental fog are often irritable, experience mood swings and emotional upset, and find themselves forgetting things. Some even report being concerned that they are suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. Continue reading "Brain Fog Associated With Menopause"

Managing Menopause

Managing Menopause

Managing The Menopause
21st Century Solutions
by Nick Panay(ed.) ; Paula Briggs(ed.) ; Gab Kovacs(ed.)

Since the Women's Health Initiative report of 2002, there has been reluctance to provide women with hormone replacement therapy due to a lack of clarity about the potential risks. This Managing Menopause book reviews all aspects of the menopause and places the benefits and risks of hormone therapy into perspective.

It fully informs the reader regarding the evidence base of all aspects of menopause medicine and can be used either as a reference book to solve specific problems, or as a book to be read cover-to-cover. It will provide the reader with the latest information and as a result encourage confidence in managing menopause related problems.

This practical, evidence-based guide is suitable for all health professionals managing the menopause including gynecologists, sexual and reproductive medicine specialists, general practitioners and trainees in any of the above specialties.

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Menopause – A Guide for Every Woman

MenopauseMenopause
A Guide for Every Woman
by Beverley Lawton

A clear, no-nonsense approach to menopause by an expert in the field. Menopause is a 'hot' topic for many women today. Older women make up a great and growing proportion of the population. With modern obstetrics, medicines and good public health, women are living far longer. This means that managing menopause and its sometimes difficult associated symptoms is extremely important as women strive to live a quality life.

The author is a director of the Wellington Menopause Clinic and a senior research fellow in women's health at the Wellington School of Medicine and her book covers: Changes at menopause; Treating symptoms without HRT; The role of HRT; You want to try HRT - what next? Getting fatter, getting thinner; Sexuality and menopause; Osteoporosis and how to beat it; Breast cancer and HRT.

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