Menopause Links and Websites
Here are a few menopause links that we found and would highly recommend:
Dr. Christiane Northrup. An internationally renown author and physician, Dr. Northrup has dedicated her life to helping women flourish on all levels. Pick up a few of her books, check out her site, and subscribe to her newsletter.
The North American Menopause Society offers helpful research, publications, newsletters, and even an online physician referral engine.
The Women’s Health Research Institute at Northwestern University is a great resource for the menopausal woman. The website provides an overview of menopause, suggestions for various treatments, and a “Menopause Self Assessment” to help determine whether hormone therapy is right for you. In addition, Northwestern University has been recognized as a national leader in women’s health.
Want to make a change to your health and beauty routine during menopause? The Menopause Makeover is a twelve week program to help you look and feel great again.
ProjectAWARE, a website by women, for women… offering objective and comprehensive health information, especially related to menopause, perimenopause, and postmenopause.
34 Menopause Symptoms is all about the 34 menopause symptoms. Learn how to identify menopause and perimenopause symptoms.
Planet Sweet Pea Understanding the world of your loved one.
The Happiness Project It’s more than books and a blog, it’s a movement.
Dr. Anna Garrett is a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist and Certified Intrinsic Coach. Her mission is to help women transform their lives, maximize their mojo and get out of hormone hell.
A new favorite of mine, More Magazine, caters to women over forty. It’s filled with beauty tips, health articles, career advice and much more. Finally a magazine that makes you happy being the age you are.
A cool new site, The Carrot offers a variety of “trackers”, including an online tool to help you keep track of menopause symptoms.
How about an iPhone app that allows you to track your menopause symptoms, determine treatments, journal and even email your doctor? Try myPause, now available from AppSolutions, it can do all that and more.
The Perimenopause Blog A blog devoted to helping women in perimenopause.
Have you uncoverered any great sites or menopause links that have helped you better manage symptoms or navigate your journey? Share them with the community. Let us know and we’d be happy to post them on our website.