Benefits of DHEA
People with various diseases have levels of DHEA that are unusually low.
DHEA has been used in the last thirty years or so to treat obesity,
diabetes, and lupus. It has also been found to improve sleep. Many people
who have taken DHEA report improved energy levels and a better sense of well
In 1981, DHEA was introduced in
an article that described its multiple anti-aging effects. At the time, DHEA
replacement therapy was almost unheard of. Today, however, DHEA replacement
therapy has been studied extensively, and decreased DHEA levels have been
implicated in heart disease, high cholesterol, depression, inflammation,
immune disorders, schizophrenia, Alzheimer's disease, diabetes, HIV, and
osteoporosis, among others.
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