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Women’s hormone health: Lorraine Keane to host expert-led Dublin event on perimenopause and menopause 


By IMAGE
21st Apr 2022
Women’s hormone health: Lorraine Keane to host expert-led Dublin event on perimenopause and menopause 

Hormone health can be a minefield, especially when it comes to the transition into perimenopause and menopause.

For years, women struggled to access research-led information, all while battling the stigma that often surrounds symptoms.

Thankfully, the topic is much more out in the open these days, with a lot more information available to women who are navigating hormonal shifts.

If you want to learn more about hormone health, Cleanmarine’s popular Hormone Health Event, Let’s Talk Hormone Health, is coming to Dublin next week. The event will take place on Tuesday, April  26, from 7.30pm to 9.30pm at the Clayton Hotel, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4.

The informative talk, which will be hosted by Cleanmarine MenoMin Ambassador & Broadcaster, Lorraine Keane, will focus on perimenopause and menopause, with the aim of empowering women to take control of their hormone health, and will feature advice and information from Consultant Endocrinologist, Dr. Mary Ryan, Clinical Hypnotherapist, Fiona Brennan and Cleanmarine’s Nutritional Therapist, Sarah Brereton.

Speaking about the upcoming Dublin event, Lorraine Keane, Broadcaster and Cleanmarine Brand Ambassador, commented: “I am delighted to once again be joining Dr. Mary and Sarah and to welcome Fiona along too for our Let’s Talk Hormone Health event in Dublin.

“I am really looking forward to sharing my personal perimenopause story to encourage and empower women to really open up to talk about their own hormone health with their family and friends.”

Tickets are priced at €10 each and include refreshments and a copy of The Essential Guide to Female Hormones. Tickets are available to purchase now from Eventbrite.

For more information on hormone health, check out www.cleanmarine.ie.