Larkfield Publishing Celebrates National Women's Health Week (May 9-15)

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Publisher announces launch of Nisha Jackson's new book, "The Hormone Survival Guide for Perimenopause: Balance Your Hormones Naturally"

Just in time for Mother's Day, Larkfield Publishing has announced the release of a new book on hormonal balance for women during perimenopause (the years leading up to menopause).

This down-to-earth handbook was written for women who want to regain control of their hormones—and their lives—and feel good again. It is for women who have been told that common unpleasant symptoms are just normal results of aging or, worse, that it's "all in your head."

"I am passionate about helping women understand their options and realize that they do not need to live with symptoms of hormonal imbalance," says author Nisha Jackson, Ph.D. "I know that with careful testing and treatment, just about any woman's symptoms can be relieved safely and effectively."

Dr. Jackson is the owner of Southern Oregon Health and Wellness, P.C., a practice dedicated to hormonal health. She is also the owner of Body Analysis Clinic, Inc., a medical weight management center. Having specialized in women's health since 1991, Dr. Jackson has dedicated her practice to hormonal wellness, helping both women and men improve their lives through hormonal balance. She is a radio and TV personality, author, national lecturer, spokesperson, and women's health advocate.

"The Hormone Survival Guide for Perimenopause" provides practical, step-by-step solutions to such hormone-related problems as weight gain around the middle, fibroids and/or fibrocystic breasts, sex-drive doldrums, depression, anxiety, and irritability, chronic fatigue, adult acne, bloating, and PMS. For more information about perimenopause and natural hormones (and to order your copy of the book), visit http://www.hormonesurvival.com.

National Women's Health Week is a national effort by an alliance of government organizations to raise awareness about manageable steps women can take to improve their health. The focus is on the importance of incorporating simple preventive and positive health behaviors into everyday life. Visit http://www.4woman.gov/whw/2004 for more information on how you can join the 2004 National Women's Health Week celebration.

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