Dr Louise Newson

Preparing for the Perimenopause and Menopause
  • Preparing for the Perimenopause and Menopause

  • Take charge of your menopause and feel great

    Dr Louise Newson is the UK's leading menopause specialist, and she's determined to help women thrive during the menopause.

    Despite being something that almost every woman will experience at some point in their lives, misdiagnosis, misinformation and stigma are commonplace. In Preparing for the Perimenopause and Menopause, Dr Newson will demystify the menopause and show why every woman should be perimenopause aware, regardless of their age.

    Using new research, expert advice and empowering patient stories from a diverse range of women who have struggled to secure adequate treatment and correct diagnosis, Dr Newson will equip you with expert advice and practical tips on:

    · Common and 'taboo' symptoms to look out for
    · HRT treatment options
    · Going through an early menopause
    · Getting a good night sleep
    · Optimising your nutrition in the menopause
    · Exercising for a better menopause
    · Your mental health during the menopause

    Dr Newson empowers women to confidently take charge of their health and their changing bodies. It's never too early to learn about the perimenopause or menopause and this compact guide will equip you with everything you need to know.

    Part of the Penguin Life Experts series.

Dr Louise Newson is a GP and menopause specialist with a passion for improving education about the perimenopause and menopause among the public and health professionals. She is considered one of the UK's top experts on the menopause. She is director of Newson Health Ltd, a top menopause and wellbeing centre, and the author of Menopause: All You Need to Know in One Concise Manual (14k TCM). Her menopause information website www.menopausedoctor.co.uk offers key evidence-based information for women and health professionals. Dr Newson has lectured extensively on the menopause at the Royal College of GPs annual meeting, has served as a director for Primary Care Women's Health Forum and as an editor for the British Journal of Family Medicine. She has also appeared as an expert on BBC Breakfast, Radio 4's Woman's Hour and ITV's Lorraine.

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