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DHEA SUPPLEMENTS TO BOOST HEALTH
Touted as the fountain of youth, DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) is used to help slow the aging process, aid in weight loss, and offer other benefits. Our MRM Micronized DHEA and NutraKey Ultra Micronized DHEA capsules offer many of these benefits and more.
We have provided our DHEA supplements to customers from throughout the United States and the world for over 20 years. They can attest to their effectiveness, including many fertility clinics in Scotland that prescribe DHEA supplements to their female patients who struggle with getting pregnant.
What is DHEA used for?
A number of studies have found that DHEA supplements may help people with depression, obesity, lupus, and adrenal insufficiency. DHEA may also improve skin in older people andhelp treat osteoporosis, vaginal atrophy, erectile dysfunction, and some psychological conditions.
Safety and side effects
DHEA is a hormone. Use of this supplement might increase levels of androgen and have a steroid effect. DHEA also might increase the risk of hormone-sensitive cancers, including prostate, breast and ovarian cancers. If you have any form of cancer or are at risk of cancer, don't use DHEA.
Is DHEA good for erectile dysfunction?
Some evidence shows that DHEA increases libido and helps treating erectile dysfunction in men. DHEA can lead to improved libido as it may increase your free testosterone levels. Studies have shown that taking high doses improves erectile dysfunction by stimulating blood vessels to open wider for improved blood flow.
Does DHEA boost testosterone?
Your body can transform DHEA into testosterone. Taking a DHEA may increase your testosterone levels. A 2013 study found that taking 50 milligrams (mg) of DHEA per day raised the free testosterone levels of middle-aged adults undergoing high-intensity interval training.
How much DHEA should I take for erectile dysfunction?
Most people do not need to supplement DHEA. The question of who should take this hormone remains controversial. Some experts believe that daily intakes of 5–15 mg of DHEA for women and 10–30 mg for men are appropriate amounts for people with deficient blood levels of DHEA or DHEAS.
When should DHEA be taken?
Higher doses have been used to treat lupus. People with lupus should not take DHEA without first talking to their doctor. Your body makes DHEA primarily in the morning, so taking DHEA in the morning will mimic this natural rhythm.
Can DHEA improve sleep?
DHEA administration induced a significant (P < 0.05) increase in rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, whereas all other sleep variables remained unchanged compared with the placebo condition.
How much DHEA do bodybuilders take?
"Typically, weightlifters take 500-1200 mg a day.