Women Insomnia Depression Anxiety

Pub Date:   |   Archive Date: 17 Feb 2019

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Thank you NetGalley and BooksGoSocial for giving me the opportunity to read this book for my honest opinion.

I was extremely disappointed with this book. I was hoping for so much more. I expected to read more about anxiety and depression. I thought there would be more options about how to deal with those aspects. I understand that every woman experiences perimenopause or menopause but each female is different. So each female requires a different perspective on how to deal with the depression and anxiety of it all. 
This book was just a bunch of jibber jabber filled with a lot of nonsense. 
I expected more.
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Being totally honest I really disliked this book.  I was hoping to learn something new about issues that affect me personally, however, I found that the Author just liked to blow his own trumpet.  I don't understand why this book would even be found worthy of publishing.
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Quick, interesting read, with some great bits of information. The language used is clear, and easily understood. Broken down into subsections of information. If you’re interested in this area worth a quick read. Thanks Netgalley and BooksGoSocial for the ARC in return for an honest review.
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There was some good information in this book and then there were some explanations I felt were over simplified. My favorite part was about how just expressing yourself can make you happier and cause stress and cortisol levels to go down.
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Magical. This book helped me through so much. I have always had trouble sleeping, and for the past 4-6 years I’ve had a severe anxiety disorder. Anytime I’d panic, I would read a few pages of this book. It works wonders so I definitely recommend giving it a read.
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I liked this brief book talking about anxiety and depression in women. The book talks about how insulin levels, menopause, diet and exercise all have effects on the women's psyche and mental health. I liked the focus it provided on enjoying hobbies and exploring new interests after menopause.
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A great book with lots of easy to follow advice. What I particularly liked about this book was that the methods are all natural rather than relying on medication.
Thank you to both NetGalley and BooksGoSocial for my eARC
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I have read this book several times.  It leaves me wanting more information.  I understand about the importance of maintain steady cortisone levels for women’s health, but I do worry that this book veers toward the self important Victorian surgeons view that women’s hysteria is the cause of all evil.
I think it needs more information and some examples.
I am interested in the thought that meditation could help.
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"Women Insomnia Depression Anxiety" by Dr Leonid Altshuler M.D. 

Only a few pages long, interesting and easy to read. For everyone.
You can try options instead of medication.
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The author offered advice on tackling insomnia, depression and anxiety in a natural way vs with taking medication.  I liked how different strategies were suggested, as everyone is different.
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