“Why do men need books on menstruation?” Daikichi Hakata and Miho Takao, an obstetrician and gynecologist, have published a book about physiology that we should know about. A publication commemorative event limited to 100 people will also be held.

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“Why do men need books on menstruation?” Daikichi Hakata and Miho Takao, an obstetrician and gynecologist, have published a book about physiology that we should know about. A publication commemorative event limited to 100 people will also be held.

Daikichi Hakata and Miho Takao, an obstetrician and gynecologist, discuss the topic of menstruation in a book titled “What we want to know about menstruation”, which was released on October 7th. A publication commemorative event (capacity 100 people) will be held where Miho Takao talks about the thoughts she put into the book. Men and women should learn about menstruation
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“I want men to know about menstruation” and “I want to be close to women who suffer from menstruation”. it was done.
The authors are Daikichi Hakata, a comedian, and Miho Takao, an obstetrician and gynecologist. The two, who are popular with viewers for their discussions on morning information programs, talked about the theme of women’s “physiology”.
In addition to explaining the mechanism of menstruation and hormonal balance, we will also consider the mental disorders caused by it and the impact of menstruation on women’s lives and lives.
Men learn about menstruation, which they never had the opportunity to learn about before, and for women, it is an opportunity to face their bodies and improve their quality of life.
Women who want their partners to understand the pain of menstruation, people who want to be close to their partners who are having a hard time with menstruation, business people who want to deepen their understanding of the health of their employees, parents who want to accumulate knowledge in preparation for their daughter’s menarche, and many other people. will be useful for
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A publication commemorative event will be held by Dr. Miho Takao, an obstetrician and gynecologist who is one of the co-authors, to talk about the thoughts she put into the book.
This is an online event limited to 100 people with a book signed by Mr. Takao. Apply from the URL below.
October 16, 2022 (Sun) 19:30-21:00
Held on ZOOM
Tuition fee 3,500 yen (tax included / autographed by Mr. Takao) Details and application: https://shop.yoga-gene.com/program/52119/ *Both men and women can participate.
* Mr. Daikichi Hakata will not appear at the event.
Book information
Title: What we should know about menstruation
Author: Daikichi Hakata, Miho Takao
Illustrated by Yosuke Yamauchi
Binding: tobufune
Tatsumi Publishing
List price 1,540 yen (body 1,400 yen + tax)
46 size 160 pages
Amazon https://amzn.to/3f5pzA5
Rakuten Books https://books.rakuten.co.jp/rb/17223008/
CONTENTS
■ Chapter 1 The subtle distance between us and menstruation
・ Menstruation is something that you don’t know even though it’s familiar ・The number of women in the media has increased, and the topic of menstruation has also increased.
・First of all, from the place where you “know roughly”
・Filling the pitfalls to create a “fair” society
■Chapter 2 Does your period “pain”?
I didn’t know menstrual cramps were so painful!
・In fact, it resembles muscle pain!? Mechanism of menstrual pain ・How to get along well with painkillers, a strong ally of menstrual pain ・In a society where you can’t rest when you’re having a hard time, it’s hard for everyone
■Chapter 3 Why does menstruation occur in the first place?
・Why do you bleed? Learn the mechanism of menstruation
・The menstrual period is 3 to 7 days, and the amount varies during the period ・ First of all, parents want to know, growth in adolescence
・ Talk flat about physical development and physiology
・The latest sanitary product guide
・In the past, women were able to control their menstrual blood!? ・The pill is one option to reduce the burden of menstruation Menstrual irregularities may be a sign of illness
■Dr.TAKAO’s COLUMN
One point when a father buys sanitary products for his daughter ■Chapter 4 My mental health problems started before my period! ・The pain during menstruation is different from the pain before menstruation ・During the PMS period, women “feel less happy”
・The only people who get sick are each other.
■ Chapter 5 How to avoid fruitless communication troubles
・Why do you make “fallacy” about menstruation?
What you need to know about sex during menstruation
・It’s not communication, it’s sexual harassment
・Communicate without worrying about your period
・Things that are more certain than “guessing”
Requires flexibility in communication
■Dr.TAKAO’s COLUMN
Women should share more information
■ Chapter 6 Menopause and menopause that everyone faces
・Can’t be done with “angry old lady”
Can you prepare for the upcoming menopause?
・Things that interfered with the treatment of menopausal symptoms ・ Menopause is an opportunity for both men and women to review their work styles ■Chapter 7 Towards a society where everyone can live comfortably What can be done to achieve this
・A serious problem that appears in “I can’t buy napkins”
・ What obstetricians and gynecologists want to convey in corporate training ・Imagination for people close to you increases team power
・Toward a society that respects the health and rights of each individual Author profile
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Daikichi Hakata
The comedy duo “Hakata Hanamaru and Daikichi”. Belongs to Yoshimoto Kogyo. Born in 1971, from Fukuoka Prefecture. NHK “Asaichi” moderator. Won THE MANZAI 2014 as a combination, and won the 2015 IPPON Grand Prix alone. In NHK’s “Asaichi” program and Nippon Television’s program “One Minute Deep Good Stories that Change Your Life” featuring menstruation, women around the world praised him for his on-point remarks.
Miho Takao
Doctor of medicine, specialist in obstetrics and gynecology. Official sports doctor of the Japan Sports Association. Deputy Director of Ike Omotesando. yoga teacher. Her books include “The Kindest Menopause Textbook [Complete Manual for Menopause]” (Sekai Bunkasha) and “It’s Okay Female Hormones and Life Story 111” (Kodansha). Many media appearances such as NHK “Asaichi”. Her trademark hairstyle is based on the picture book “Tantan”.
Details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000079.000093966.html


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