1 edition of The menopause and its disorders found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographic references and indexes.
|Statement||by A.D. Leith Napier|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|Pagination||xv, 307 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||307|
Medically defined, the menopause is the time in which a woman ceases to menstruate for the duration of 12 months. The run up to menopause can actually begin 10 years earlier, and is called the . Janssen I, Powell LH, Crawford S, et al. Menopause and the metabolic syndrome: the Study of Women’s Health Across the Nation. Arch Intern Med. ; (14): –
The risk of developing sleep apnea increases dramatically after menopause, possibly due to weight gain. The prevalence of sleep apnea in women with a relatively high BMI increases from 21 percent to 47 . There is a wonderful book called the Wisdom of Menopause written by Christiane Northrop, MD. She covers the physical and psychological issues associated with this time of life and offers a lot of useful .
My voyage through the menopause. I have no real idea when I started the menopause, I suppose like many women I realised one day that the things that were happening to my body were symptoms of . Its goal is to extend lifespan, prolong youthspan, and healthspan, through early detection, prevention, treatment, and reversal of all age-related dysfunctions, disorders, and disease, in both men and .
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Estrogen Matters: Why Taking Hormones in Menopause Can Improve Women's Well-Being and Lengthen Their Lives -- Without Raising the Risk of Breast Cancer Avrum Bluming MD out of 5. Studies that survey groups of women referred to menopause clinics report high rates of depressive disorders (nearly 30% in one study–see Arch Gen Psychiatry ; ), but such.
At last, a guide for men about menopause that answers their biggest question: 'What can I do to help?' -- Susan M. Love, M.D., Author, Dr Susan Love's Hormone Book Dick Roth has written a book that I Reviews: Psychological Disorders.
Menopause & Depression. About 20% women get depressed at some point in her menopausal period 1. According to the Investigators from the Harvard Study of Moods and. Books shelved as menopause: The Wisdom of Menopause: Creating Physical and Emotional Health and Healing During the Change by Christiane Northrup, Flash C.
Menopause is the end of a woman’s menstrual cycles. Learn more about the causes, symptoms, stages, diagnosis, treatment, and complications of menopause. About Menopausal Disorders: Menopausal Disorders are disorders relating to menopause –a natural transition where women go from having normal menstrual periods to no periods at.
Depression is very common during menopause, but in and of itself depression or other mood disorders are not caused by menopause. But for those 20% of women with a prior history of depression, it is.
Menopause is just another phase of life. Many women fear it’s arrival because they feel menopause is the gateway to old age. Negative feelings about the arrival of menopause, coupled with. In a recurring series over the next several weeks, I’ll discuss the role of sleep in the symptoms of menopause and in menopause-related health risks.
I’ll also talk about effective therapies. Find a Menopause Practitioner. To help you find a menopause clinician who is right for you, NAMS has assembled this search feature of health professionals who wish to provide healthcare for women. I took my new boxes of patches, a pump gel of estrogen to top up with on the bad days, my precious testosterone, and went home with hope.
It took months, but things stabilized. Now, there .The menopause and its disorders (with chapters on menstruation) / by A. Leith Napier Scientific Press London Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation.
The age of menopause is a time of many changes in the psychophysical-social functioning of women, with reduced ovarian hormonal activity and estrogen levels.
The most common. Menopause: Biology and Pathobiology is a comprehensive volume covering all aspects of the biology, anatomy, physiology, pathobiology, and pharmacology of menopause, as well as its diagnosis and .menopause transition if you are knowledgeable about the health changes to come.
It’s also wise to be aware of new risks you may face. Each woman moves through midlife and menopause in her own .