Menopause Newsletter to Assist Women in Overcoming the 10 Most Common Signs and Symptoms of Menopause

March 01, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Health News
London, UK – It was announced today that as a result of the success of Kathryn Whittaker’s e-book, “Natural Menopause Relief Secrets”, as well as the following of the menopause blog she updates every week, Whittaker offers a free Menopause Newsletter on a weekly basis.

Subscribers will receive the Menopause Newsletter for free, in order to learn how to deal with the ten most common signs and symptoms of menopause. Used either alone or as a compliment to the book and/or blog, Whittaker feels that this Menopause Newsletter will provide menopause sufferers with some much needed relief from the symptoms that are perfectly treatable.

Included in the emotional symptoms that are tackled by the free Menopause Newsletter are: feelings of being overwhelmed, as well as feelings of sadness, depression, irritation, and unworthiness.

The physical symptoms are also covered by the Menopause Newsletter by offering natural treatment methods such as a menopause-friendly diet, aerobic and strength training, and understanding how the two have an enormous impact on the way that the body responds to its menopausal changes.

The Menopause Newsletter also looks into some of the different “side effects” of menopause such as the issue of weight gain in the hips and belly area, and how to keep that to a minimum. Also discussed are the different ways to rekindle the intimacy in a loving relationship that may have faded as a result of the changes in the body that have altered the sex drive.

The Menopause Newsletter will be attractive to women for the same reasons that Whittaker’s e-book “Natural Menopause Relief Secrets” and the menopause blog have seen such success. The free newsletter offers practical, workable, realistic solutions in an all natural way, to beat the symptoms that are most commonly felt by women going through menopause. This newsletter lets women know that they are not alone in what they are feeling. As uncomfortable as it may be, it is what many other women go through. Furthermore, there are ways to manage or even eliminate this discomfort without resorting to medication or hormone therapy, but with only a few minor positive lifestyle changes.

To subscribe to Kathryn Whittaker’s new free Menopause Newsletter, visit the subscription website at

For more information about dealing with menopause in a natural way, visit the menopause blog at

Kathryn Whittaker
Successful Author of “Natural Menopause Relief Secrets”