Menopausing: Book of the Year, The British Book Awards 2023, and Sunday Times bestselling self-help guide, to help you cope with symptoms and live your best life during menopause
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For too long, women have had to keep quiet about the menopause – its onset, its symptoms, its treatments – and what it means for us. Menopausing will build an empowered, supportive community to break this terrible silence once and for all. By exploring and explaining the science, debunking damaging myths, and smashing the taboos around the perimenopause and menopause, this book will equip women to make the most informed decisions about their health… and their lives. Super-Infinite: The Transformations of John Donne (Faber & Faber) Book of the Year – Children’s Fiction Presenter, fitness guru, author and mother, Davina McCall is one of the UK's most loved TV personalities. With a career spanning nearly three decades, Davina is firmly established as one of the nation's most successful TV broadcasters, with current hit series Long Lost Family (ITV) and The Masked Singer (ITV) just the most recent in a long list of hugely successful programming. She was the host of Big Brother for Channel 4, for 10 years, and has hosted the Brit Awards, Comic Relief and the BAFTA television awards.
Davina has also given up these menopause culprits. She said: “I’m sober…so that’s quite helpful in a way and there’s so much sugar in booze so we forget about that.
That’s how this book has come about. We are going to tell you the truth, so you can make an INFORMED decision about YOUR life and YOUR body … But it was by no means the only great book celebrated at the British Book Awards. One of the categories, Book of the Year – Non-Fiction Narrative – was presented in association with The Big Issue. The presenter of the show, Lorraine Kelly, also agreed that this practice is “the thing that gets you through” menopause.
By exploring and explaining the science, debunking damaging myths, and smashing the taboos around the perimenopause and menopause, this book will equip women to make the most informed decisions about their health… and their lives. Bonnie Garmus, who wrote her debut novel Lessons in Chemistry when she was 64, was named author of the yearWho can we trust? Who has the correct information? And how can we get it? It’s a disgrace that we even have to ask these questions.