What are the best books on menopause? This overview will find the best recommendations that address all the questions women might have about menopause. Nutrition, exercise, menopausal complaints, figure change, menoblues, hot flushes, and adrenaline are discussed. Why the transition, how long does it take and how can you counteract it?

Read the best menopause books

Let’s take a look at the best menopause books for anyone wanting to learn more about this topic. We start our recommendations with the top 10 best books about Menopause of all time. This list has been updated this year, including all the recent titles.

Top 10 Best Books About MenopauseAuthor
‘The Wisdom of Menopause’ Dr. Christiane Northrup
‘Mayo Clinic: The Menopause Solution’Dr. Stephanie Faubion
‘What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Menopause’Dr. John Lee
‘Our Bodies, Ourselves: Menopause’Judy Norsigian
‘Age of Miracles: Embracing the New Midlife’Marianne Williamson
‘New Menopausal Years’Susun Weed
‘The Menopause Makeover’Staness Jonekos
‘Before the Change: Taking Charge of Your Perimenopause’Ann Louise Gittleman
‘Dr. Susan Love’s Menopause and Hormone Book’ Susan M. Love
‘The Little Book of Menopause’Elizabeth Warner, James R. Woods

The updated top 10 list: the best books about menopause

The Menopause Book: The Complete Guide: Hormones, Hot Flashes, Health, Moods, Sleep, Sex

If you need basic information about menopause, then we suggest you read this book by Barbara Kantrowitz. Latest research makes this book the most relevant for information on hormones and possible therapies.

What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Menopause: Breakthrough Book on Natural Progesterone by Lee, John R., Hopkins, Virginia (1996)

It can be important to know the symptoms that indicate premenopause. Once a woman reaches the age of 40, there are changes in the body, and knowing of those changes and how to affect them can be life changing.

The Wisdom of Menopause (Revised Edition): Creating Physical and Emotional Health During the Change

Midlife doesn’t automatically mean end of life, but being aware of the changes in the female body can help you deal with menopause better. This book is not just about hormones, but also discusses health and diet.

Perimenopause Power: Navigating your hormones on the journey to menopause

We recommend this book to anyone who needs information and advice on how to deal with the effects of menopause. Several treatments are proposed in this book as well.

The Menopause Switch: Disrupt Aging & Live Your Best Life Past Midlife

Menopause is not something you can avoid. Dr. Carissa Alinat shares advice from her private practice, in which she has helped menopausal women to cope with the symptoms of this natural next phase in a woman’s life.

The Menopause Reset: Get Rid of Your Symptoms and Feel Like Your Younger Self Again

When the female body changes, the effect can be terrifying and confusing at the same time. What you can do to get out of the negative spiral is told in this book by Mindy Pelz, who is an expert on menopause.

Menopause Confidential: A Doctor Reveals the Secrets to Thriving Through Midlife

We like this book because the expert knowledge that is shared with the reader will help women during menopause feel good again. It is not just about acceptance, but also what strategies to use to combat the negative aspects of menopause.

Our Bodies, Ourselves: Menopause

What we find interesting in this book, is the personal stories told by different women and how they have experienced menopause in their life. Challenges can be dealt with in different ways, and knowing about them is essential to your health.

The Menopause Book: A Detailed Guide to a Woman’s Middle Age and How to Deal with Hormones, Hot Flashes, Sexual Desire, Mood Swings, Sleep and Weight Loss

Trusting your body when you feel the changes because of menopause is not easy. Margaret Johnson is here to help you understand what is happening inside your body and how to take back control.

Happy Healthy Hormones: How to Thrive in Menopause

When you are young you are not aware of the importance of your hormones, but when you reach that age that hormone levels change, you will start feeling the effect on your body. This book can make a difference in how you plan the next part of your life.

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