Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Your Menopause Handbook by Lilah Borden

“A woman must wait for her ovaries to die before she can get her rightful personality back. Post-menstrual is the same as pre-menstrual; I am once again what I was before the age of twelve: a female human being who knows that a month has thirty day, not twenty-five, and who can spend every one of them free of the shackles of that defect of body and mind known as femininity.”
― Florence King

Do you ever wonder why it can be so hard to handle? You try everything out there and nothing seems to really work." Part of the problem is that many of the so-called self-help books are written by women who haven't reached that stage in their lives. Or, heaven forbid, are written by men! Doctors, perhaps, but men nevertheless. Until there is a man who can suffer from hot flashes and night sweats due to menopause it's probably a good idea to take what they say with a grain of salt! It's time to stop trying to force a round peg into a square hole. Contrary to popular belief, not all women suffer equally from the side effects of menopause. What a concept! Women aren't all alike. Imagine that!

For Women Only!

The book is marketed for Women only, so if you are happen to be a man, it is not for you. Period! This book is written by Woman for Women!

Don't let menopause control your life. Discover how to conquer the beast once and for all. If you are sick and tired of all the jokes about menopause you need to understand how to treat your symptoms AND control some of those nasty side effects like hot flashes, night sweats and more! If you've ever wondered why it has to be so hard to handle, then you need to find out how to overcome your frustration. Don't buy into all the myths and misunderstanding about menopause. It doesn't have to be the "end of your life" as you know it! We are living longer more productive lives than any other time in history. Learn how to overcome menopause and fly through the best time of your life! What have you got to lose other than lots of nasty symptoms?

Having as much information available on the subject can help you gain confidence, support and understanding about how to cope with your menopausal symptoms. Much of the information we have been taught is outdated and downright mythical. Hard as it is to believe, there are people who think that menopause marks the end of a sex life, causes memory problems and that it is actually a disease!
Finally, there is a self-help tutorial written by a woman for women in the hope that this information will give women a better understanding of menopause.

There are other outdated, archaic beliefs as well. These, as well as other much needed information can be found in Your Menopause Handbook - A Self Help Guide for Healthy Living.

Not only does it include a entire chapter debunking many of the myths surrounding menopause take a look at what else is covered:
- What are the different types of menopause - yes, there is more than one
- What are the signs and symptoms - some of these may surprise you
- Should you seek medical help and if so, when
- Menopause complications
- About your emotions
- Menopause and depression
- Smoking and how it affects menopause
- Your urinary tract and menopause
- Signs and symptoms
- Treatment options including Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)
- About Bioidentical Hormones (BHRT)
- How to reduce and in some cases, eliminate symptoms
- Diet tips
- Exercise and menopause
- Ten ways to relieve hot flashes
- Acupuncture and herbal remedies
and much, much more

If you are one of those "boomers" who are in or fast approaching that age where you have to deal with the daily stresses that surround us, this is one area that you CAN control! Find out how.

Meet the Author

Lilah Borden has found that many women have more trouble than they should when they approach and experience menopause because of their lack of knowledge and preparation.

She believes that even more problems and distress are the result of the lack of support that many women get from colleagues and, especially, their partners and other close members of their families.

Because the effects and experiences of different women can vary greatly as they go through menopause, many incomplete or inaccurate “facts” are circulated.

Lilah hopes that this ebook will help to give every woman that reads it more confidence to make their experience better.

She also believes that putting as much information as she could gather in the book will help all readers to make better choices and help give them the confidence to get support and understanding from their families and friends.

Link for Downloading (free registration required): http://www.free-ebooks.net/ebook/Your-Menopause-Handbook

Mirror Link for ebook downloading: http://www.wownichecontent.com/software/menopause.pdf

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