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What is DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone)
DHEA is (dehydroepiandrosterone), a hormone produced mainly in the adrenal gland. The hormone is considered male but it is also produced in women and controls their ovulation cycles. Enzymes synthesize DHEA from cholesterol and then build on DHEA to produce other hormones, including testosterone and estrogen. DHEA to balance other key hormones throughout the body, such as estrogen, testosterone, progesterone. DHEA in women is produced by the adrenal glands. As women and Man age, DHEA levels like most hormones begin to decline. Low levels of DHEA can cause symptoms including, Weight gain Low libido Depression Cardiovascular Disease and more. DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone) is the most common hormone in our bodies. The production is at the age of 25 years at the highest, and then falls steadily to about 5% of the maximum of 85 years. For other steroids is not the case. The first precise determination of DHEA production Beach Life, Skiing, Lastminute was of age in 1958 by Max Fernand Jaylen, a biochemist at the University of Paris. Women produce more DHEA than men.The exact biological role is currently more or less understood. Because of its precursor role inter alia for sex hormones DHEA was the role of a buffer hormone attributed Which die availability of other steroids influenced. The addition of DHEA in animal and human experiments showed, however, to include effects of aging, cancer and viral infections. 
DHEA and immune function
DHEA has long been known to boost immune function. It is of crucial importance for the development of certain mature immune cells and enhanced antibody production. A new study has found that the number of cells secreting interferon-gamma correlated with serum DHEA levels in men, and that the activity of these cells was associated with DHEA in premenopausal women. Thus, DHEA appears to be involved in the modulation of cytokine production. The same is true for one of its metabolites, androstenediol, which has been shown to protect bone marrow function and resistance to infection following exposure to radiation in rodents even more effective than DHEA. Androstenediol was also shown to protect against lethal infection with influenza A virus. Since infection produces an increase in cortisol, which in turn suppresses the immune system, it would be logical to try, this counterregulate immunosuppression with antiglucocorticoid as DHEA. One of DHEA’s main functions is to maintain a strong, effective and youthful immune system. increase muscle strength and lean body mass, activate immune function. Another study published from Brazil supports the notion that aging associated with decreased production of DHEA causes a reduction in the immune function. One of the main functions of DHEA, seems to be the maintenance of a strong and youthful immune system. As we age, the production of cortisol rises and the DHEA decreases which leaves us more likely to experience heart disease. DHEA is a primary adrenal hormone which serves as one of the body's major antiaging hormones. In contrast to steroids that depress our antioxidant and immune defense systems, DHEA supports such defenses. 
DHEA is unique among the hormones
DHEA is unique among the hormones, as there is no specificity for certain hormone receptors hat. With vitamin E we have also found no special metabolic involvement. It has been proved only his role as an antioxidant. DHEA could act in the same way general. Dr. W. Regelsen noted that DHEA may be the first example of a buffering hormone. There is a wide Wirkendes hormone that exerts its effect only under a specific constellation of factors. So it is a hormone buffer against sudden changes of blood pH. Why is man, when you get older, more vulnerable to stress. If the concentration of DHEA declines with age, we lose the buffer against stressrelevante hormone. The buffering effect to protect us from aging. The decrease of DHEA with age may lead to a steady decline of the system that is responsible for establishing the building blocks of new cells, such as lipids, nucleic acids and sex hormones responsible. Ebeling and VA. Koivisto from the Second Department of Medicine of Helsinki University Hospital in Finland think that DHEA has either estrogen or androgen, depending on the hormonal milieu. There are many hints. In some breast cancer cell lines with low DHEA acts like estrogen and estrogen stimulates tumor growth, while counteracting the absence of estradiol DHEA. Men with an androgenic milieu it acts as an estrogen protects against heart and circulatory diseases.
DHEA and insulin thyroid hormones:
Defects of insulin or thyroid hormones can be life threatening. When an individual suffers from an imbalance of hormones such as DHEA, pregnenolone, and testosterone, but the patient will not die immediately, but can it be that a gradual decline in health from a collection of chronic diseases. The patients could suffer in the course of life of psychiatric disorders, allergies, infections and various chronic diseases. In addition, suggests that the hormone imbalance increases the risk of cancer, coronary heart disease, or suicide. Hormone imbalances can also have negative effects on cognitive and immune function, while the suppression of the reconstructive ability of different cells. The use of blood tests to assess hormone levels, we must not forget that all hormones are important because they control and regulate various aspects of life. I believe we can assess hormone levels mental condition, as blood sugar level is a marker for diabetes or thyroid hormones thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3) serve as markers for thyroid conditions. An imbalance or deficiency of hormones serve as a warning signal that corrective action is needed.
DHEA delays aging physical effects:
Because DHEA is a high level in young adults and then declines prematurely after there was great interest in the use of DHEA as an anti-aging hormone. One of the most widely touted studies that examine DHEA supplementation to was against the effects of aging followed by researchers at the University of California School of Medicine.15 This randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study, 17 women and 13 men, aged 40-70 years, over a period of six months. For three months, they received 50 mg DHEA per day, then three months before bedtime placebo in random order. Within two weeks of starting DHEA, DHEA had reached the patients in the blood of young adults. After three months of DHEA, 82% of women and 67% of men reported an increased sense of well-being, including improved quality of sleep, less anxiety, increased energy prices and an improved ability to cope with stress.
DHEA and testosterone optimization:
Because DHEA is a precursor for the hormone testosterone, it makes sense to think that could supplement DHEA to increase testosterone safely and effectively optimal levels in women of all ages. A 1998 study examined the effects of short-term treatment of 100 mg per day showed DHEA in postmenopausal women aged 52-56.16 This study showed that after only seven days after the supplement, testosterone levels were increased significantly. In another study, this one in a randomized, placebo controlled study. 60 perimenopausal women aged 45-55 examined the effects of DHEA supplementation (50 mg per day) on testosterone and other hormone levels over a three-month period.17 Even women who took DHEA supplements had significantly higher testosterone levels than women were in the placebo group. Finally, a study was made that the examined hormonal effects of DHEA (50 mg per day) over 31 women, aged 50-65 years during a six-month period.18 had, like the previously cited studies, women who took DHEA higher levels of testosterone and other "beneficial" hormones like growth hormone, which complement the study's authors concluded that "DHEA is more than a simple diet or on anti-aging product, but should be an effective hormone replacement treatment.
DHEA and sex counseling function:
In both pre-and postmenopausal women, DHEA supplement has been in several studies a positive effect on sexual function. A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study published in 1999 examined the effects of 50 mg DHEA per day to 280 women and men aged 60-79 years.19 In comparison to women taking placebo, women who reported DHEA statistically significant improvements in libido, sexual activity and overall sexual satisfaction. A recent study published in 2002 in the Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy investigated the effects of 50 mg DHEA per day to 111 pre-menopausal women aged 35-55 years over a period of two six months.20 As in previous In this study, women studies, the DHEA supplements reported significant improvements in sexual function in terms of desire, arousal, lubrication, satisfaction, and orgasm. can be realized slowly, begrudgingly, mainstream medicine begins, that those who believe in the power of integrative medicine on something very important. As more and more studies show that supplements such as DHEA, the hormone such as testosterone and help women, their lust for life (and sex) her whole life long, it's only a matter of time before all women, regardless of whether they have a doctor is well versed in integrative medicine, will be for medical care and guidance they deserve to live long and healthy life
Positive effects of DHEA
Many studies have shown DHEA know that the muscle and promotes bone formation and makes the skin appear young. It also improves neurological function and immune function. There are also indications know that DHEA in heart disease, obesity, cancer and autoimmune diseases (lupus, MS, rheumatoid arthritis) helps and protects against osteoporosis. A study from California (SSCYen) reports know that already after 2 weeks DHEA-taking 82% of women and 67% of men felt an increase in general health. Well as better sleep, more tension and balance, improved handling of stressful situations was one of the positive effects. DHEA can have the effect of increased libido, smoother skin and diminished menopause symptoms. It is also commonly taken to increase mental clarity, assist with erectile dysfunction and build the immune system. Researchers consider DHEA a possible anti aging hormone because DHEA deficiencies in older individuals have been associated with a number of medical conditions including breast cancer, cardiovascular disease, impaired memory and mental function, and osteoporosis.
DHEA and libido
DHEA appears to improve libido for men and women by increasing testosterone levels. According to the Massachusetts Study, which investigated sexual function and activity in men aged 40 to 70, the incidence of impotency increased as DHEA levels declined. Interestingly, many older men not only report an increased sex drive after they begin taking DHEA supplements, but also less of a problem achieving erection. Because taking DHEA raises the levels of all adrenal hormones, it tends to make people feel more energetic, and enhances feelings of well being in general. Hormones drive many aspects of our lives. How we feel, how we act, mood, energy levels, feeling of well-being, how we interact with others, sex drive. In fact, many older men who have not had morning erections for years report that they suddenly began to experience them after taking DHEA. But there may be more to DHEA’s enhancement of sexual desire and performance than simply raising testosterone levels. It also tends to improve overall heath, and anything that improves physical health and well-being is likely to reflect positively on one’s sexual health as well.Women experience anxiety attacks, low spirits, low libido and sex drive, and constant, unexplained fatigue. DHEA is converted into testosterone, which is known to enhance libido in both men and women. Researchers have identified the hormone dehydroepiandrosterone sulphate (DHEA) as a new marker of low libido in women younger than 45 years, challenging current expert opinion that sexual dysfunction is associated with low testosterone levels. This helps to explain why so many people report heightened sexual desire after they begin taking DHEA supplements.
DHEA dehydroepiandrosterone benefits
  • DHEA is a precursor of estrogen.
  • DHEA reduce and prevent wrinkles.
  • DHEA Maintain youth and rejuvenation of the skin.
  • DHEA Prevention of aging.
  • DHEA Increase the vitality and joy of life.
  • DHEA Increased power and energy.
  • DHEA Increased sex drive and sexual pleasure.
  • DHEA New hair growth in men.
  • DHEA Reduction of menopausal problems.
  • DHEA Strengthening of disease resistance and stress
  • DHEA Decreases desire to eat, possibly through it effects on insulin.
  • DHEA Increases fat metabolism through thermogenesis.
  • DHEA protects against viral infections.
 Dhea Studies in America
Researchers at the National Institute of Mental Health of the United States Rockville, Maryland-treated men and 46 women. They received either 90 mg daily for six weeks, DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) or a dummy treatment (placebo). As the American journal "Archives of General Psychiatry in March 2005 reported that the depressive symptoms only in the DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) group improved significantly Hatten. Side effects occurred in this time of taking DHEA not. In the U.S., DHEA is a the counter dietary supplements. In Germany, you can make DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) a medical prescription import of a pharmacy or obtain by mail order. An early human study that pointed to possible benefits for DHEA came from Dr. Barrett group. They measured DHEA levels in blood samples taken from almost 2,000 men and women between 1972 and 1974. The majority of clinical trials investigating the effect of DHEA on weight or fat loss support its use for this purpose. With infertility populations in the developed world rapidly aging, treatment of diminished ovarian reserve assumes increasing clinical importance. Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) has been reported to improve pregnancy chances.
DHEA and physiological function
DHEA is unique among the hormones, as there is no specificity for certain hormone receptors hat. With vitamin E we have also found no special metabolic involvement. It has been proved only his role as an antioxidant. DHEA could act in the same way general. Dr. W. Regelsen noted that DHEA may be the first example of a buffering hormone. There is a wide Wirkendes hormone that exerts its effect only under a specific constellation of factors. So it is a hormone buffer against sudden changes of blood pH. Why is man, when you get older, more vulnerable to stress. If the concentration of DHEA declines with age, we lose the buffer against stressrelevante hormone. The buffering effect to protect us from aging. The decrease of DHEA with age may lead to a steady decline of the system that is responsible for establishing the building blocks of new cells, such as lipids, nucleic acids and sex hormones responsible. Ebeling and VA. Koivisto from the Second Department of Medicine of Helsinki University Hospital in Finland think that DHEA has either estrogen or androgen, depending on the hormonal milieu. There are many hints. In some breast cancer cell lines with low DHEA acts like estrogen and estrogen stimulates tumor growth, while counteracting the absence of estradiol DHEA. Men with an androgenic milieu it acts as an estrogen protects against heart and circulatory diseases.
DHEA and Alzheimer's
The accumulation of beta-amyloid in brain cells is a primary structural change associated with the development of Alzheimer's disease. Beta amyloid was defined as insoluble brick, accumulates in brain cells with age. Beta amyloid literally clogs the delicate machines and cellular causes brain cells are not functional. In a study of the Life Sciences (Oct. 4, 1996), the amount of neuro protector amyloid precursor protein (APP) and DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) in the brain cells was investigated. It was found that the amount of DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) for these cells decreased significantly with age, that DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) increases nonamyliodogenic membrane associated APP by 24 percent, and that the secretion of APP in the medium increased by 63 percent. The more nonamyliodogenic APP fragments were, the less beta-amyloid, they will be recognized. DHEA is utilized to slow the process of aging and improving thinking ability within old persons as well as in slowing the process of Alzheimer disease. Scientists have noted that the levels of DHEA in the blood are lower in those who have Alzheimer’s disease. There are hundreds of researches being conducted on the subject of health benefits of DHEA supplements for Alzheimer’s disease because there have been cases and reports that shows that DHEA can be beneficial for Alzheimer’s disease in both men and women.
Dhea and Anti Aging
Natural DHEA levels peak in early adulthood and then slowly fall as you age. Some people suspect that low levels of DHEA cause or contribute to common age-related changes, such as decreasing muscle mass, reduced bone density and cognitive impairment. In theory, taking DHEA supplements to maintain DHEA levels could slow the aging process. Scientists at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis conducted a trial of DHEA involving 10 women and eight men, whose mean age was 73, to determine the effects of DHEA on bone-mineral density and body composition. most well noted for its potential effects on memory and sexual function. Powerful new evidence that supports DHEA critical role in alleviating depression, preventing atherosclerosis,increasing bone mass,slowing osteoporosis, improving insulin resistance,and even hastening wound healing. DHEA is considered the mother hormone of the body due to the fact that it precedes the sex hormones as well as many other hormones, In an earlier study, these scientists also observed a remarkable increase in perceived physical and psychological wellbeing for both men and women. DHEA ratios were restored to more youthful levels in both men and women.
Dhea breast cancer
Early studies from England [Bulbrook, 1962.1971] have shown that DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) appeared in abnormally low concentrations in women who die Had breast cancer, even up to nine years before the disease was diagnosed. From 5000 women in the study developed breast cancer 27. Had most of the 27 extremely low DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) levels. If promoting a low level of DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) breast cancer, the reverse is also permissible? The Human Growth Hormone is a peptide hormone (protein) that is used in the pituitary gland (hypophysis) is formed of any healthy person and secreted into the blood to reach all the cells of the body thus.
Younger SKIN with dhea
Skin does not seem like the most exciting part of the body, but it is actually a dynamic, complex organ. Understanding its chemistry can help make your skin young and healthy. So much hormonal activity occurs in the skin that has been called other endocrine glands. Skin has its own immune system and specialized enzymes that no other has part of the body. It is, in short, a very special part of you. According to research, the skin can not function without hormones. The anti-stress hormone DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone), and the sleep hormone melatonin is, are both in the human skin. Both will do to other entities with important jobs. DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) is converted into estrogen and androgen metabolites in the skin. Melatonin is synthesized in the skin and in low concentrations can stimulate cell growth. This type of on-site, organ-specific production of hormones, so called intracrine biosynthesis, allows different organs for the production of substances that you need, without flooding the entire body with growth factors.
Important effect of DHEA
Of course, the most important effect of DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) increased androgen (male hormone). This is a very small study, but it suggests that when our DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) levels low, and cortisol levels are high, it could be supplemented to be advantageous with 5 or 10 mg DHEA daily, especially if you are not using bioidentical hormones. Because DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) can increase levels of other hormones considerably, it is important to check your hormone levels regularly to keep balance. muscle mass, muscle strength, intadominal fat, bone mineral density, markers of bone turnover, insulin sensitivity. DHEA levels led to persistent exhaustion, weakened immunity, and increased inflammation. Anti-Aging, Energy, Mood Enhancer, Body Composition, Reduce Chronic Inflammation, Bone Health, Cardiovascular Health, Neurological Function, DHEA is micronized for enhanced absorption. DHEA converts to or stimulates the production of estrogens, testosterone, progesterone, cortisone, and many other steroid hormones. DHEA is rapidly becoming known as the anti aging miracle of the 21st Century. DHEA is converted into other hormones by the body and therefore acts as a precursor or a pro hormone.
DHEA hormone levels
It is important to note that 25 mg DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) was enough to all hormone levels, especially the androgens and estrogens. Previous research on DHEA was caused by faulty megadoses of DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) as much as 50 mg daily. It makes no sense to give women (or men) that much DHEA. An overdose is probably the reason why the results of the DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) research have been inconsistent. Among the women with low DHEA (group A), DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) levels rose, and probably spilled over, the hormonal cascade in the other hormones except cortisol. DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) is a precursor of progesterone not, but maybe it supports the adrenals to make enough for progesterone. A small but important study from Italy shows us how DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) supplements can affect hormone levels in women. Comment: Given how little real information we have on the effects. side effects of DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) appropriate additions in postmenopausal women, this great small study from Italy is a welcome addition to our knowledge DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) Bank. The one year study involved 32 healthy postmenopausal women ages 50 to 61 The goal was to find out more about how DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) affects complement overall hormone levels.
The measurement of DHEA
Before treatment began, blood tests were performed for measurement of DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) estradiol, estrone, testosterone, progesterone, androstenedione, Allopregnanolone, cortisol, beta-endorphin, and sex hormone binding globulin. The researchers divided the women into two groups on the basis of low versus high levels of DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone). This was not surprising, since DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) levels decline with age that the group was at the lower levels of DHEA on average older than the group with higher levels of DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone).
DHEA is another important defense
DHEA antioxidant action stops. DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) is another important defense: it keeps chemical carcinogens from binding to DNA. After some very interesting rodent studies, which may, on rock and Research Institute of Temple University in Philadelphia, cancer does not just start, if enough DHEA. Anti-aging and wrinkle reduction by (Dehydroepiandrosterone) DHEA with "Life" DHEA deficiency is one of the main causes of aging of our skin and our cells. The anti-aging means "Life" activates the body's production of the hormone DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone), and Super is acting against skin aging, wrinkles and other signs of aging. The result is reflected in reduction of wrinkles, smooth, healthy skin, more vitality and zest for life and look younger.
DHEA and metabolic enzymes
The role of metabolites of DHEA on activation of PPARa are under study. A new research area related to DHEA and these enzymes is how aging effects the responsiveness of the genes of foreign compound metabolism to exogenous and endogenous chemicals which alters their gene expression. DHEA in stimulating the thermogenic enzymes of the liver, promotes basal metabolism. DHEA seems to enhance thermogenesis and declining metabolic efficacy. Because of its ability to  increase enzymes necessary for fat metabolism and block enzymes responsible for fat storage, function and metabolism it seems to shift metabolism from producing fat to creating muscle and energy. There are two glucose metabolizing pathways in the body, the catabolic, energy yielding pathway and the anabolic, biosynthetic pathwa. This is the first enzyme in the pathway synthesizing fatty acids and ribose the sugar used in making deoxyribonucleic acid. In other words, this enzyme turns glucose into fat. Dhea inhibition of this glucose metabolizing enzyme may redirect glucose from fat production into energy metabolism, thus creating a leaner body.
The biological role of DHEA
One of the major publications is from Mohammed Kalimi and William Regelson 1990. The biological role of DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone), present in about 24 chapters in scientists from around the world the results of perhaps the most important neurotransmitter DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone). These are impressive. The preface to the Editor can read: DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) affects diabetes, cancer, tumor formation, skin texture, fatigue, depression, memory and immune responses. This latitude range of clinical application, it is surprising why more books have been on DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone).
DHEA helps fight bacteria and virus
Infection with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV-1) usually not a full blown AIDS, except after a period of latency. Certain factors have to activate the virus. These factors include antigens, mitogen and cytokines such as tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNF-alpha). Some experts believe that a State is actually the inflammation with the activation of HIV and AIDS progression for unrestricted exchange of blows. If DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) has potent anti-inflammatory properties, it should be of great interest to prevent HIV-infected patients, could contribute as a high level of DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone), that the activation of the virus. Although evidence on the basis of only partial, that advice should HIV patients, their DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) to be as high as possible seems sound. This is excellent news for those who suffer from chronic inflammatory diseases. However, it could be argued that aging itself is, in a sense, a chronic inflammatory state. The levels of various chemical mediators of inflammation. we are beginning to understand that it is the ratio of DHEA to cortisol that is of critical importance in aging and certain diseases such as AIDS. However, DHEA may play a role in the immune system. (DHEA), may be useful against the West Nile virus. In stressed mice, which increases vulnerability, the mortality rate of West Nile virus is significantly reduced by DHEA, (J Med Virol 1992. Certain viral infections can depress immune function. In one study, mice infected with a virus that depresses immune function had significantly less immune suppression when supplemented with DHEA. Women given 50 mg/day DHEA demonstrated increased natural killer cell activity and a six percent decrease in the proportion of T-helper cells
Dhea and Muscle Building
men can also build their muscle using DHEA. The findings of this clinical study proved that DHEA can help reduce fat in men while building muscle and increasing strength. Women also showed improvements in lean muscle mass without any side effects. The DHEA that is produced by the brain has been shown to have direct effects on brain function and the central nervous system.  DHEA allows for increases in IGF-1 not only post workout, but during the critical muscle recovery period. Increased levels of IGF-1 also contribute to muscle building by improving protein synthesis. The findings of this research are important as it supports previous medical trials in which DHEA was also proven to burn fat, increase lean muscle mass. DHEA as well as other muscle-enhancing substances may be naturally occurring and perfectly safe in reasonable quantities. DHEA , is a precursor to many hormones in the body including testosterone and estrogen. DHEA supports natural testosterone production because it is a precursor that the body can convert into testosterone. Because of DHEA and its effectiveness for fat burning and building muscle, it is a supplement that many bodybuilders use to promote muscle mass. DHEA levels start to decline already about age of 30. This is one of the main reasons why building muscle size and strength becomes increasingly difficult as we get older.
Dhea and Menopause
DHEA has gained some popularity among peri menopausal women. They often used the supplement to alleviate symptoms of menopause including decreased sex drive, diminished skin tone, and vaginal dryness. Menopause Society journal, found that women who were taking a DHEA supplement had more interest in sex and were having more sex. The supplement also seemed to improve menopausal symptoms of hot flashes and mood swings. DHEA can also be a better choice for menopausal women suffering brain fog and low energy, says Dr John Moran, director of the Holistic Medical Clinic in Wimpole Street, London UK. Forty eight postmenopausal females were monitored for twelve months. They all had troubling menopausal symptoms. Menopause has been chosen by evolution as the convergence of three factors, namely cessation of ovarian function (reproduction and estrogen secretion), high circulating dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), and intracrine enzymes able to convert DHEA into active sex steroids in peripheral tissues. The women's menopausal symptoms and levels of sexual interest and activity were monitored for a year. This is the first time that a controlled trial has shown that low doses of the hormone DHEA may be able to help women deal better with menopausal symptoms, as well as helping their sex life. International Menopause Society, said the researchers tracked a group of 48 menopausal women and found that low-doses of DHEA can help relieve menopausal symptoms while also improving their sex lives. While more study clearly is required, Dr. Alan Gaby and others suggest that DHEA may be an effective treatment for the undesirable symptoms associated with menopause. For a long time intercourse hormone systems in men and women depend on the Adrenal Intrigue as their foundation regarding healthy function.
Synonyms for Dhea
Dhea (Dehydroepiandrosterone) also known as androstenolone or prasterone (INN), as well as 3β-hydroxyandrost-5-en-17-one or 5-androsten-3β-ol-17-one, is an important endogenous steroid hormone. DHEA is the short form of dehydroepiandrosterone but there are also other synonyms described by medical science terms which include C19 steroid, SHEA-FA, 7-KETO, The mother steroid and dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate. nutrient potentially affecting drug toxicity: Corticosteroids including Prednisone . Synthetic form of DHEA is available as a supplement in capsule, liquid, tablet, sublingual forms. The source material of either soy or wild yams is converted to DHEA. 3-beta-hydroxy-5-androstene-17-one, 3.beta.-Hydroxyandrost-5-en-17-one, 3beta-hydroxy-5-androstene-17-one, 3beta-hydroxy-androst-5-en -17-one, 3beta-Hydroxy-D5-androstene-17-one, 3beta-Hydroxyandrost-5-en-17-one, 3beta-Hydroxyandrost-5-ene-17-one, 3-beta-hydroxy-5-etioallocholan -en-17-one, 5-androstene-3beta-ol-one-17.
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DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) is a hormone that is naturally made by the human body. DHEA is also secreted by the testes. DHEA serves as precursor to male and female sex Hormones. DHEA is also used by men for erectile dysfunction. DHEA is used for weight loss. Acetylcholine is a neurotransmitter that transmits nerve impulses from one brain to another cell. Aging leads to a reduction of the release of acetylcholine in the brain regions where it is needed for learning and memory. In a study in Brain Research (Sept. 16, 1996), DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) was administered to rats to measure the effect it produced on acetylcholine release in the hippocampus region of the brain, a critical area for the storage of memory. DHEAS (Dehydroepiandrosterone) significantly increased acetylcholine release above pre treatment in all doses tested. At the highest dose of DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) led to a fourfold increase on the release of acetylcholine, compared with the control group. The scientists concluded that it is the first study to show that a direct effect of DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) in promoting the release of acetylcholine from brain cells in the hippocampus. This study provides evidence to support the clinical findings that DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) improves learning and memory, and suggests that it could help prevent Alzheimer's disease and other types of age-related senility. Buy Dhea and order Dhea Online. Dheas Supports a healthy libido. Buy Dhea Dehydroepiandrosterone supplements here.

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