NEW BOOKS from New World LibraryOct 01, 2020 06:54PM ● By Terry Chriswell
There’s not a book we’ve read from NWL that isn’t timely, informative and worthy of a perspective shift. We hope these newly published books help you in your quest for great health!
Manage Your Menopause Naturally: The Six-Week Guide to Calming Hot Flashes & Night Sweats, Getting Your Sex Drive Back, Sharpening Memory & Reclaiming Well-Being
(Available November 10)
World-renowned healthcare expert and author Maryon Stewart reveals the secrets to managing menopause naturally and outlines a comprehensive six-week Natural Menopause Solution. “My approach offers a simple, workable, and enjoyable way of alleviating symptoms during perimenopause and beyond. It is based on sound, published scientific research.
As soon as you start addressing your body’s individual needs, symptoms like hot flashes, night sweats, depression, headaches, aches and pains, insomnia, mood swings, and anxiety will begin to subside,” writes Stewart.
Manage Your Menopause Naturally offers explanations of why common symptoms occur and action plans to address specific symptoms, along with real-life examples from women who have
successfully used Stewart’s program over the last 28 years. The book also includes meal plans and recipes and a list of supplements that have been medically proven to soothe menopause symptoms and boost overall health and well-being.
Overwhelmed and Over It: Embrace Your Power to Stay Centered and Sustained in a
Chaotic World (Available October 6)
Bestselling author Christine Arylo offers advice to women who have come to accept the frenzied, fast pace with which they live and work. “It’s not your fault you feel so stretched and overwhelmed,” writes Arylo. “How you’ve been trained and expected to work, lead, and succeed is not the way women — or humans in general — naturally operate and create best.”
Overwhelmed and Over It helps women increase awareness around seven root causes of overwhelm, burnout, and self-sacrifice that can keep women stuck in the vicious cycle of overdoing and overgiving. Then she shares powerful wisdom, practices, and tools they can use to create deep and lasting change, both in their own lives and in the systems in which they work, lead, and live as well.