What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Premenopause is the menopause book by Harvard-trained family physician Dr. John R. Lee.
It is written for women in their late 20’s, 30’s and 40’s about maintaining their health. So many women today feel that they are too young to have the symptoms being experienced.
Feeling tired and stressed, fibroids, endometriosis, PMS, mood swings, lumpy breasts, unexplained weight gain – the list of symptoms normally associated with the menopause years seems to be happening earlier today than ever before. Dr. Lee refers to the symptoms as premenopause syndrome.
However, Dr. Lee maintains there are safe and effective solutions available that can slow and reverse premenopause syndrome symptoms.
Dr. John R. Lee puts it into perspective – premenopause syndrome is not a natural process, rather, it is a consequence of environmental toxins and lifestyle choices.
Approximately 50 million women in the USA alone are experiencing symptoms of premenopause ten or twenty years before menopause (average age for menopause is about 51 years).
According to Dr. Lee, today’s women are having the symptoms because of hormone imbalance caused by too much estrogen and a deficiency of the hormone progesterone.
Dr. Lee found that there were answers to premenopause symptoms without synthetic drugs with their side effects, antidepressant medications or hysterectomy.
A woman in her thirties or forties who is hormone balanced should be confident, generally healthy and with enough experience to have security in herself and her abilities to manage her life.
Balance is the underlying foundation to this women’s health book and having critical hormones that are balanced will be necessary if you are to enjoy the normal health that you so much deserve.
By understanding how to use natural hormone supplementation and how to have a more healthy lifestyle, you will be better prepared to regain your health and sexuality and live a better life as you age.
Obtain your own copy of What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Premenopause – new or used. You’ll be very happy that you met Dr. Lee, Dr. Hanley and Virginia Hopkins.