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Hormone replacement therapy is the term used for supplementation of female sex hormones, especially estrogen, after menopause. The main aim of hormone replacement therapy is to reduce the risk of heart diseases and osteoporosis after menopause and to provide relief from troublesome symptoms of menopause.

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How does estrogen therapy affect a woman’s cognition and mood? What is the most beneficial form of estrogen? These are just a few important questions that researchers at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health hope to answer in a federally funded nationwide study, the first of its kind, on the effects of estrogen therapy with perimenopausal women.

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“If a woman chooses to take hormone replacement during or after menopause, these hormones may deplete important nutrients from the body, adding another area of concern to their long term use,” says Dr. Don Ford, an internal medicine physician in Sugar Land, Texas. “Replacing lost nutrients optimizes the benefit of the hormone therapy and minimizes adverse effects.”

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Women who have particularly low levels of the hormone DHEA during menopause may be more likely to have sexual dysfunction, a new study suggests.

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Menopausal women who exercise regularly appear to have a better quality of life than women who don’t, a new study shows.

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Herbal supplements have been recommended by doctor since a long time now for patients who suffer from menopause. The use of herbs as medication for treating diseases was started in China as early as 500 BC. Herbs for menopause are recommended by doctors because of their powerful healing properties and also minimal side effects.

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Menopause is said to occur in both men and women when the production of hormones like estrogen and androgen begin to decrease below normal levels. Lets us discuss the normal signs of menopause.

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Today vitamins have been increasingly used to treat the symptoms of menopause. Vitamin E has been used by doctors to treat the symptoms of menopause.

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Many women know the harsh reality of migraine headaches. You’re moving along with your day andFhomigraine doing just fine. You’re keeping on schedule and handling the daily dose of stress.

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Sleeping Under the Helicopter do men suffer from menopause?

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