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Menopause — a new start in life

Menopause is not an illness, but a natural transition into ending the reproductive phase of a woman’s life. However, it is also a big change for many women with unwelcome signs and symptoms needing intervention. This gets much coverage in media, but there is less talk about how this can be an empowering stage of growth and independence for women where we come into our own, rethink and re-evaluate our lives emotionally, physically, and spiritually, asking, "What do I want? What do I need for my very own wellbeing and happiness now?"

Specialised menopause healthcare should be rolled out under Healthy Ireland plan says Dolan

Targeted menopause healthcare and increased awareness of symptoms and treatments should be available to access in primary care centres across the country as well as in the 18 new Sláintecare Healthy Communities, a Fine Gael Senator has said.

The ‘M’ word – thriving through menopause with Evergreen Healthfoods

The menopause is a natural part of the ageing process, and your body is transitioning into a new stage of life. As it works hard to balance out the new levels and demands of hormones and changing hormone production, we can experience a huge range of symptoms as this transformation occurs – these can last for quite some time, and Evergreen is on hand to help you adjust. Here are some of the Evergreen team's favourite products to support your body.

Focus on your hormone health this Hormone Health Week with Cleanmarine’s in-store advice events

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Hormone Health Week is taking place from March 25 and offers the ideal time for us all to find out more about how to look after our hormone health. Through five stages of womanhood our hormones influence our bodies, cycle, and wellbeing, affecting our mental and physical health. Cleanmarine is here to help with advice and support for women of all ages by hosting a series of in-store hormone advice events during Hormone Health Week.

WHAT IS CAUSING MY CONSTIPATION?

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If you have less than three bowel movements a week, it is usually considered constipation. Most people suffer from constipation once in a while, but some people suffer from chronic constipation which can affect their daily life. Usually they feel sluggish, lethargic and sometimes irritable. It can affect appetite and concentration. Some people are afraid to eat or go to the toilet.

Rebalance your hormones and lose two stone in ten weeks

Have you ever wondered why we are so sick, tired, unmotivated, and fat? Well, there is a range of big hormone imbalances that are very common that severely limit energy, immunity, mental health, weight loss, and accelerate ageing. It is vital that you pay attention to these, so that you avoid becoming a real health mess in a few years' time, and to get real value out of your life. Here are three of the most common and limiting hormone imbalances that you could have, even if you were told your blood test was normal.

Garda probe after attacker mugs teen and steals vital insulin pump

Gardai in the city are investigating an incident last weekend in which a teenage woman was attacked and had vital medical equipment stolen.

Menopause still a taboo subject, says Lorraine Keane

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Broadcaster and journalist Lorraine Keane discovered by accident that she was in the early stages of the perimenopause - a transitional time which can last anything between four and 10 years prior to menopause.

‘The show makes women feel really good about themselves’

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MENOPAUSE THE Musical, the hilarious celebration of women and 'the Change', arrives in the Town Hall Theatre next week for what should be a sell-out run. Starring X Factor sensation Mary Byrne, The Nualas's Sue Collins, Eurovision winner Niamh Kavanagh, and The Nolans' Linda Nolan, the show presents a cast of hormonal women, one-liners about memory loss, and innuendo-laden versions of pop classics.

All change at the Dean Crowe with Menopause The Musical

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They are the biggest pop band in the world, but do not be surprised if One Direction take a break from their busy touring schedule and head to Ireland to enjoy Menopause The Musical. The boys, whose hits include ‘Best Song Ever’, are close friends of Mary Byrne, who stars in the theatrical extravaganza.

 

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