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Whether we like to admit it or not, we’re all getting older, and as medical practices improve, Ireland as a nation has an increasingly ageing population.
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?"
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 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.
First-time buyers who purchase an existing property in a town or village with a significant residential vacancy rate should be eligible to receive a grant of €15,000, Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has told the Dáil.
Once an exclusive club, the number of people living to celebrate their hundredth birthday has grown exponentially across both the developing world to the point where centenarians are now the fastest growing demographic globally. In Ireland, the centenarian population has exploded, rising 20 percent in just four years. This number is expected to increase ten-fold by 2050.
NUI Galway and Galway City Council have welcomed the commitment of the Government’s Urban Regeneration and Development Fund for the exciting regeneration of Nuns’ Island in the heart of Galway City.
Athlone based Senator, Gabrielle McFadden has called for additional funding for research into degenerative diseases such as Motor Neuron Disease and Parkinson’s Disease.
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.
People aged 50 and over in Westmeath are encouraged to participate in this year’s Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) Awareness campaign by availing of a free AMD test in late September.