Are you one of the 1 in 5 women who suffer from a female health disorder? Tired of just managing symptoms? If you are ready to be WELL but don't know where to start, this is the book for you! Outside the box, effective answers to almost EVERY female health condition from PMS to Menopause and everything in between. It IS possible to feel better than you have in years.
Alison Buehler used her professional career as a researcher to solve her personal problems. In the process, she dug up every hard to find solution on the most common female health issues facing women throughout their lives. PMS, pregnancy and childbirth, menopause and hormone balance, chronic fatigues, mental health, and autoimmune disorders. This women’s health book covers every issue in a conversational manner that is hard to put down. Your road to feeling good again starts here.
Rethinking Women's Health: A Guide To Wellness provides practical and integrative health solutions while addressing what women can do to shift their culture from one that treats disease to one that cultivates wellness for women at every stage of life. Women are beginning to understand that they must find and share their own solutions to health epidemics in order to achieve wellness, rather than relying on an over-industrialized health care system. These stories hold the power to heal women.
|Publisher:||Sartoris Literary Group|
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About the Author
Table of Contents
Preface with Dr. Terry Wahls, M.D.
Birth of Women’s Dis-ease
Chapter 1: Initiated Adults
Chapter 2: The Archetypes and Rites of Passage
Chapter 3: Premenstrual Syndrome
Chapter 4: Solutions for STD’s
Chapter 5: Sex
Chapter 6: Yeast and Other Vaginal Beasts
Chapter 7: Family Planning
Chapter 8: Fertility & Infertility
Chapter 9: Pregnancy and Birth Options
Chapter 10: Caregiving & Motherhood
The Wise Elder
Chapter 11: Female Illnesses
Chapter 12: Premenopause & Perimenopause
Chapter 13: Wise Elder Advice on Living
Chapter 14: Sustainable Wellness
Heal Yourself; Heal Our Culture