Working through the menopause…with Dr Louise Newson The number of women aged between 50-64 in employment has risen by over 50 per cent in the last 30 years.[i] The average age of women going through the menopause is 51 so it stands to reason
Looking cool and feeling comfortable during a hot summer holiday can be quite a challenge when you are going through the menopause or peri-menopause. Hot flushes are a common symptom of these menopausal phases with approximately 75% of women suffering from either night sweats or
Bring on the Heatwave! As temperatures reach record breaking highs it’s not necessarily all great news especially if you are menopausal and stuck in an office. So here’s our top tips for keeping cool at work and surviving the dreaded commute! Keep
...There are actually 34 symptoms associated with Menopause! When we asked a group of women to name symptoms related to the menopause, they usually mentioned three or four of them but it turns out there are a staggering 34 symptoms of menopause in total.
A lot of mystery still surrounds the menopause. Here are Regelle's 10 Menopause Facts that you may not have known. Did you know? - No two menopause experiences will be exactly the same, so expect the unexpected! Did you know? - Most women will experience
Dr Louise Newson, Women’s Health Specialist and Menopause Doctor has teamed up with Regelle on a campaign to raise awareness in Ireland of the often serious issue of vaginal dryness, particularly when left untreated. Dr Newson appeared on TV3’s Ireland AM to launch the #dontsufferinsilence
New Regelle Website Kora Healthcare are delighted to announce a new stand alone website for their Vaginal Moisturiser, Regelle. The new website is customer focused aimed at arming women with the knowledge they need to confidently treat symptoms such as Vaginal Dryness. Vaginal Dryness is
Dr. Louise Newson Launches Regelle 'Don't Suffer in Silence' Campaign. Dr LouiseNewson, the UK specialist GP known as the Menopause Doctor (mymenopausedoctor.co.uk) recently came to Dublin to launch Regelle’s Don’t Suffer in Silence campaign. Louise, a regular on UK media such as Channel 4’s Embarassing