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In this powerful, sanity-saving health guide, nurse practitioner Lundin, longtime researcher and director of a center for hormonal and nutritional studies, examines hormone changes including perimenopause and menopause, cutting through the fog of conflicting information over the benefits and risks of hormone therapy. Taking readers through the science behind women's life changes and often disruptive symptoms that come with them, Lundin also provides helpful information on adrenal health, identifying hormonal phases and emotional types, and ways to boost mental health with diet and supplements. Armed with Lundin's emotional rescue plan, readers will have everyday and long-range strategies for dealing with hormone changes many women continue to suffer through in silence.
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Mia Lundin, R.N.C., N. P., is an authority and pioneer in the field of women's health. She is the founder and director of The Center for Hormonal and Nutritional Balance Inc., in Santa Barbara, California, where she has successfully treated thousands of women.See all Editorial Reviews
Great book. Information I know, but looked at in a new way that supports and verified what I go through. Great tools to take to the Dr. As well.Published 1 month ago by Kath
Awesome info for women who are struggling through perimenopause. It DOES feel like you're losing your mind at times. Thankfully, bhrt and supplements can and DO help.Published 4 months ago by TK Lawson
OMG!! Anyone over the age of 30 should own and READ this book! EVERYONE!! Women read it so you know you aren't alone and you are NOT crazy! MEN READ IT SO YOU UNDERSTAND!!!Published 4 months ago by Kat
I bought this book about 4 years ago. I was at the age and needed help. I read the title and some of the captions and fell out crying and laughing in the book store saying out... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Pamela Deters
I saw this title in the pharmacy today, "Female Brain Gone Insane", and I was aghast. I picked up the book and perused the chapters, but did not read the book. Read morePublished 10 months ago by SBWalker