Daily dose of testosterone wards off dementia in women

Recommended by Dr. Michael White, Published on September 3rd, 2013

By Pat Hagan

PUBLISHED: 16:50 EST, 2 September 2013 | UPDATED: 16:50 EST, 2 September 2013



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Giving women the male hormone testosterone could boost their memory and may even help ward off dementia.

New research shows women who rubbed testosterone gel on their skin every day for six months performed better in brain function tests than those who were given a dummy gel.

Researchers tested the treatment on a group of 96 healthy post-menopausal women.

The hormone group performed significantly better at verbal learning, where they listened to dozens of different words and had to recall as many as they could.

They also scored higher in tests designed to assess the efficiency of their short-term memory. Boosting brain function is thought to be one of the most effective ways of warding off dementia, as it helps strengthen connections between brain cells.

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Daily dose of testosterone wards off dementia in women

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