Although 12 is a good number for a jury, it is not enough to convince that a research finding has broad applications .
TRH Taking always going to be a personal choice, and to make access to information is essential choice. There have been many studies over the years and the latest ironically echoes the original research presented in hormone replacement therapy many years ago ago. That was also a very small scale study, in fact so small that was criticized by reviewers when it is presented.
The last study in Sweden by the University of Uppsala states that women taking hormone replacement therapy after menopause remain strong and have significantly improved muscle function. Interestingly, it seems that the cells were arranged differently in muscle fibers in postmenopausal women taking hormone replacement therapy compared with those who did not and that’s something to explore. However, this study was or 12 women, of whom only 6 were actually on HRT, so this is statistically small.
With an estimated one million women in the UK that hormone replacement therapy is prescribed to 50 years, the general reason is to replace the estrogen and help with symptoms such as hot flashes and mood swings. It is also claimed to reduce bone loss and increase bone density, and reverse decreased levels of skin collagen, which is responsible for stretching skin and muscle.
This latest addition to the benefits of HRT means that because HRT reduces the drop in muscle mass and strength in post-menopausal women will improve the ability to jump higher and walk faster that those not taking drugs. Well, yes, but it is that really something that can not be obtained from other forms of exercise regulate a practice like yoga and tai chi?
The researchers found postmenopausal six pairs of identical twins -. Of which only one of each pair was receiving hormone replacement therapy
My main problem with this is the very small sample that are relying on, and the benefit is greater than they are genuine health risks associated with hormone replacement therapy. Many women are happy in HRT, but their doctors that they are taking them out of it, because they are very aware of the risks, so is the ability to jump higher really worth in the context of the problems heart disease and cancer?
The highly original research on HRT was based on a very small sample and has been in the bodies of women in recent years have already shown the disadvantages and potential dangers. It is in the nature of researchers who want to investigate, but I can not help feeling that turn to bioidentical hormones would be a better use of time and resources. Thousands and thousands of women worldwide successfully use bioidentical hormones as HEP with symptoms of PMS and menopause to post in this case is certainly not force.
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