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The best book on menopause is now better. Herbal solutions for osteoporosis, hot flashes, mood swings, fatigue, flooding, fibroids, low libido, incontinence, anxiety, depression.Completely revised with 100 new pages. All the remedies women know and trust plus hundreds of new ones. New sections on thyroid health, fibromyalgia, hairy problems, male menopause, and herbs for wThe best book on menopause is now better. Herbal solutions for osteoporosis, hot flashes, mood swings, fatigue, flooding, fibroids, low libido, incontinence, anxiety, depression.Completely revised with 100 new pages. All the remedies women know and trust plus hundreds of new ones. New sections on thyroid health, fibromyalgia, hairy problems, male menopause, and herbs for women taking hormones.Recommended by Susan Love MD and Christiane Northrup MD.One of the world's best selling books on menopause still comes on strong. Called "indispensable," "incredible," and a "treasure trove of information," Menopausal Years is the "bible" for the 87% of American women over the age of fifty who want nothing to do with hormones.Includes information and remedies for problems with premenopause -- flooding, erratic periods, fibroids, spotting, water retention, muscle soreness -- as well as menopause -- hot flashes, sleeplessness, mood swings, headaches, palpitations, anxiety, depression, fatigue, and much more. Final chapters speak to post-menopausal women's concerns: including ways to maintain heart health, prevent and reverse osteoporosis, deal with dry vaginal tissues and incontinence, ease aching joints, and maintain healthy libido.The soothing, wise voice of Grandmother Growth guides each woman through the book and through her own menopause metamorphosis. Ritual interludes interweaves a spiritual dimension often lacking in other works.Includes superb resource lists for menopause information, index, glossary, directions for using (and preparing) herbal medicines, complete descriptions of the most-used menopausal herbs (including nettles, ginseng, dong quai, red clover, oatstraw, and motherwort), recipes for heart- and bone-healthy dishes, and lots of illustrations. Also available: Menopause Metamorphosis Video starring Susun S. Weed....

Title : New Menopausal Years: Alternative Approaches for Women 30-90
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ISBN : 9781888123036
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 280 Pages
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New Menopausal Years: Alternative Approaches for Women 30-90 Reviews

  • Kivrin Engle
    2018-11-24 10:11

    "Hot flashes literally create enlightenment. I don't mean this in a hippies woo-woo way. Scientifically, if you compare the pulse and EKG and other data of a person meditating in or near a state of nirvana, you will find it is similar to the condition a woman is in during a hot flash.'', says Ms. Susun Weed and I believe her, because difficult as life may seem during this time, the menopausal years are not so unbearable, especially with the right attitude. Each time I think I do not need this little book anymore, I read a passage or two, and am struck by how it relates to me still. Her approach to menopause makes more sense to me than many other books out there on the subject, and her wisdom allows me to move through this change with a little less intensity.

  • HeavyReader
    2018-11-22 15:19

    An excellent, highly recommended book. I use it already, even though I am not yet experiencing menopause.

  • Jude Arnold
    2018-11-26 17:04

    Susan Weed's Menopausal Years is by far the best book of its kind!It is organized in 3 chapters, the years before, during and after menopause; what symptoms women might experience. Each symptom is orderly detailed in seven steps the wise woman can take, from least invasive to most invasive, including 1) collect information, 2) engage the energy, 3) nourish and tonify, 4) stimulate and sedate, 5) use drugs, and 6) break and enter. Susan Weed is brilliant and her books are a tremendously valuable resource!

  • Britta
    2018-11-29 09:21

    Most helpful natural menopause book I have found. Love it!

  • Colleen Peters
    2018-12-05 16:11

    A book that a woman will use for life. The information will never get old and will always be needed. I love your books Susun, thank you :)

  • Tina
    2018-12-15 12:15

    Overall good reference book for pre and postmenopausal women. Lists of useful herbs...not too sure about the recommendations of soy and dairy although I understand calcium is important. Also the book is anti-hormone replacement therapy and anti-birth control pill after the age of 40 with not much explanation.

  • Kristin
    2018-11-27 10:26

    Overall, this is a great book. I learned more about Menopause from this book than any other I have read. It is hard to know what is normal and what isn't. I made a decision this past fall to end birth control pills. I wasn't sure what to expect and this book really helps. I will keep it close by for reference.

  • Sara
    2018-11-20 10:10

    This is a quirky book. Outside my box for sure. Repellant and intriguing. Perhaps a couple of worthy take-aways.

  • Tami
    2018-12-09 14:14

    A couple months ago, I was having a conversation with my mother. I mentioned some of the health issues I was having. She looked at me, leaned over, and then in a hushed voiced said that she hated to break it to me but I was having pre-menopausal symptoms. How could this be happening to me? I'm not old. I'm not ready to get facial hair, brittle bones, and happily retire with my cats. It was then that I remembered Susun and her Wise Woman series of books. I have read several of her books and absolutely adored them. Susun has a way of making sense of disease, as a normal part of our spiritual and psychological growth. Without a doubt New Menopausal Years has armed me with information and a whole new perspective. My life doesn't have to include hormone injections, crazy mood swings, or adverse signs of aging. I now see this new phase of my life as an opportunity to take better care of myself and focus on the things I want to do with my life.

  • Bepawo
    2018-11-21 09:10

    Shirley recommended this book to me about a year ago. After I got it from the library, I quickly scanned it and found it's layout effective for good reference on how to approach all the different and oh so lovely attributes of peri-menopause. However, I didn't want to put any more ideas into my head/body about other tricks it could be trying out so, I just found Susun's text on thyroids that reinforced what I had already been telling myself and closed the book. That was all I needed to give me strength to carry on. The book went back to the library and I've recommended it to other friends my age when they start to sound like they could benefit from reading about alternative approaches to keeping one's good health.

  • Maurya
    2018-11-23 11:10

    I read this book very slowly, as you can see, it took me a year or so to complete. I read a couple of pages every time I picked it up. I am not big into finding the different herbs and teas that she recommends, but I love how she talks about the Wise Woman talking to me as a wise woman to be. And celebrating Menopause and just rolling with the punches. (Something that I am not generally so good at doing.)At the end of the day though, it is a good, educational book, that I do recommend for anyone wanting to get a different perspective. (That being said, I think if I had to choose one of two books, I would still put The Wisdom of Menopause at the top of my list.)Cheers.

  • Sarah
    2018-12-12 11:15

    I think things are changing for me already, and I figured I would start reading up on it before I'm faced with too many symptoms. As always Susun Weed is a treasure trove of knowledge and sage wisdom. I love that this book is like the wise village crone or elder handing down her wisdom to the new crone. I am going to start implementing some of the suggestions into my daily routine now to make my journey to wise woman a bit smoother!Thank you Susun Weed!

  • Parin Stormlaughter Stormlaughter
    2018-11-27 17:22

    Marvelous book of plant-based health for mid-life women. I've especially benefited from Susun Weed's dried herb infusions and tincture recommendations. I appreciated her thoughts on grieving, the Crone's Year Away, and returning to community. Would have given it a 5-star rating except for the sometimes racist asides and slick belief-system jabs. They didn't make me appreciate anything except clear thinking.

  • Kimberley Shaw
    2018-11-20 10:10

    Just when I need a guidebook to some of this new stuff my body's dishing out, along comes this book -- and in an updated version, no less. I've looked at a couple other books on menopause, but this one's the one I plan to keep on hand as a ready reference. Need a grandma who knows her stuff to see you through The Change? Here she is.

  • Melisa
    2018-11-14 10:07

    A wealth of herbal suggestions for a variety of symptoms. Very interesting and enlightening...but I feel unqualified to self perscribe quantity, frequency, and duration of herbal supplementation without the guidance of a qualified herbalist. At least now as I seek the assistance of an herbalist I will go into the appointment with some knowledge so that I can self-advocate.

  • Maja Haloway
    2018-11-15 17:11

    A good antidote to traditional Western guidebooks on menopause. Incorporates story-telling, traditional wisdoms to provide alternative way of looking at menopause. Read this book together with Christine Northrup's menopause book to cultivate a whole different mindset on this time of life.

  • Jeanne
    2018-11-15 17:27

    A friend, wise and older than me, loaned me this book. It was a balm to my soul and mind as I read about the complexities of menopause. I felt "not crazy" and validated for much of what I was feeling and experiencing in my body and emotions.

  • Carmen Turner
    2018-12-08 14:59

    Susan Weed is an authority on using herbs and natural resources to address the many physical, mental,emotional,and psychological issues women face as they go through life. I recommend this book to all of my friends.

  • Davida
    2018-11-15 15:21

    Some wackiness but mostly goodness. Useful information if you can sort out the judgmental and cuckoo from the out-there. Reassuring, empowering, and inspiring. May check out from the library again or even buy.

  • Kristine
    2018-12-08 14:18

    Great book on this expanding years subject.

  • Kathleen O'Mara
    2018-12-14 15:13

    Reference book. Better than most herb books.

  • Deb
    2018-11-25 10:14

    I have followed Ms. Weeds writing in regard to herbs for over a decade, and now its time to find the right herbs for this stage of my life.

  • Kathleen Loucks
    2018-12-14 15:26

    pretty woo woo, but lots of practical tips on what to do besides western medicine before during and after menopause

  • MaryAnn
    2018-11-14 16:21

    It was a helpful book, with lots of different approaches to menopausal problems. If you like to use natural remedies- this book gives much advise.

  • Willa Grant
    2018-12-07 13:17

    My favorite book to use during peri-menopause! Susan Weed is an odd woman to read but VERY knowledgable- I have used first the old edition & then this new one for a decade.

  • Joan
    2018-11-22 13:27

    Every woman should have this - real recipes for cures - supporting spirit a fav