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How To Manage Menopause Symptoms

Menopause is the time in a woman’s life after her periods have stopped. It is identified as one year after your last period. It happens women in their 40s or 50s with the average age of menopause being 52 years old. The few years before menopause are called perimenopause and are usually when women start to experience symptoms. Periods start to change becoming lighter or heavier and less frequent.

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Mind Your Heart

Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death in Ireland being a factor in 36% of all deaths. Now more than ever it is important to take steps to protect you heart health and prevent the development of any cardiovascular disease.  Coronary heart disease (CHD) is generally caused by a buildup of fatty deposits in the arteries of the heart. These deposits can cause narrowing of the blood vessels increasing blood pressure and can lead to a heart attack.

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Sleep Hygiene

Sleep Hygiene is used to describe the factors that play a part in ensuring you get the right amount of good quality sleep. Sleep is extremely important in keeping you healthy with a lack of sleep leading to poor concentration, memory problems, slower response to stimuli and low mood or anxiety the following day. Chronic sleep deprivation can lead to increased risk of cancers, inflammation, suppressed immune system and poor memory.

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Weight Management

A lot of people make a new year's resolution to lose weight. If someone is overweight the most important thing to keep in mind is losing weight should be a gradual process. Small changes to your diet and lifestyle make losing weight more sustainable long-term.

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What's The Best Headlice Treatment?

Headlice are small, brown insects up to 3mm in size. They feed on blood by biting the scalp. Their eggs are white or yellow and about the size of a pinhead and are usually seen close to the scalp.  Getting headlice has nothing to do with how regularly the hair is washed and doesn’t mean hair is dirty or clean - they are found on every hair type!

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Your Guide to Men's Health

Preventative health measures are often overlooked when it comes to men’s health. Men are much less likely than women to visit a GP or use primary care services and often present later into the course of an illness than women.  Regular check-ups are important when it comes to preventing or diagnosing issues like high blood pressure, heart disease, cancer and diabetes.

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Your Guide To Hair Loss Treatment

Male pattern baldness is an inherited trait and quiet common now affecting over half of men over 50 years old .This condition also affects women .

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