|Author:||Michele C. Moore MD|
|Publisher:||Johns Hopkins University Press; 2nd edition (November 15, 2004)|
|Category:||Fitness and Health|
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Drawing on her own experience as well the experiences of friends.
Dr. Moore incorporates in the book her own experience with perimenopause, menopause, and postmenopause, as well as stories of her friends, neighbors, colleagues, and patients. She provides information about symptoms and treatment-including lifestyle changes and herbal and homeopathic remedies in addition to the treatments offered by traditional allopathic medicine. Hers is an empathetic and broad-minded voice that draws readers in at the same time it informs them, so that they can deal with inevitable changes in body, mind, and spirit.
The Only Menopause Guide You'll Need (A Johns Hopkins Press Health Book).
The only menopause guide you'll need.
Home The Only Menopause Guide You'll Need. Sympathetic and authoritative, this helpful books prepares women to deal with the inevitable changes in body, mind, and spirit that accompany menopause.
A straightforward health guide for women.
book by Michele C. Moore. Very informative book, covering all aspects of menopause and providing excellent advice for self-management or seeking professional advice. Thank you Michele! 0. Report. A straightforward health guide for women. com User, February 8, 2005.
Drawing on her own experience as well the experiences of friends, colleagues, and patients.
A Johns Hopkins Press Health Book. Includes bibliographical references (pages 145-156) and index.
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For women facing decisions about treatment for the symptoms of menopause, the second edition of this landmark work features a new chapter that addresses the latest findings about hormone replacement therapy. Dr. Michele Moore helps patients make informed treatment choices and offers a balanced account of options that range from traditional medical practice to holistic and alternative approaches.
Drawing on her own experience as well the experiences of friends, colleagues, and patients, Dr. Moore provides information about the symptoms of perimenopause, menopause, and postmenopause. Her analysis of treatment options includes lifestyle changes and herbal and homeopathic remedies in addition to allopathic medicine. Above all, she encourages patients to participate actively in their own health care, accept responsibility for their choices, and cope with the consequences of those choices while remaining proactive. She also emphasizes the need for each woman to monitor her health condition closely and to reassess her situation as her health needs change through the years.
Sympathetic and authoritative, this helpful books prepares women to deal with the inevitable changes in body, mind, and spirit that accompany menopause.