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How to Choose the Best Anti-Wrinkle Cream

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Wrinkles and aging some people’s biggest fears. Let’s face it - we all dread it happening, but it eventually will. It is just a part of the human’s natural aging process and is inevitable; however, there are ways to slow the aging process down. Besides natural aging over the course of time, other factors such as prolonged sun exposure and an unhealthy lifestyle can be huge contributors to accelerate signs of aging. Our choices to live a healthy life (or not) make a significant impact on our skin as we age. Although wrinkles will come with aging, there are ways to help minimize visibility on your skin by maintaining healthy lifestyles, getting enough sleep, and routinely applying anti-wrinkle creams.

 

Anti-wrinkle creams may be the holy grail for many people who hope to look younger, healthier, and more radiant. There are so many anti-wrinkle creams on the market, with more and more products from different brands popping up on store shelves, but which of these wrinkle creams actually work? Keep reading to help narrow down your choices to invest in the best anti-wrinkle creams available.

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What Is Menopause?

Things You Should Know About Menopause
 

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Oh, the joy of being a woman...Menstrual cycles (commonly known as periods) impact women’s lives on a monthly basis starting at puberty for several decades, with the exception of pregnancies when periods cease for a period of 9 months.  However, these menstrual cycles do not last forever. Periods will eventually come to a halt permanently, also known as menopause. Understanding menopause is important for men as well as women, since it will affect how men communicate with the women in their lives such as a spouse, mother, sister, female friends, or other relatives during the menopause stage that may last up to a decade. Menopause is popularly correlated to hot flashes and the ceasing of womens’ periods but there is a lot more to it than that. Here are some things you need to know regarding the menopause stages women are going through or will eventually go through and treatments recommended by experts. 

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Multiple Hormonal Deficiencies in Anabolic Hormones in Frail Older Women

Reduced levels of anabolic hormones can contribute to aging and frailty. Most studies that have investigated this focused on the relationship between individual hormones and specific age-associated diseases. An interesting study in older women aged 70-79 years sought to examine the associations of individual anabolic hormonal deficiencies of free testosterone, IGF-1 and DHEA, and to assess their combined effects as well.[1]

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Relationship between Low Levels of Anabolic Hormones and Mortality in Older Men

The anabolic hormones testosterone, IGF-1 and DHEA (a pre-hormone) are receiving more and more attention by health professionals because the anabolic-catabolic imbalance that favors catabolism is a key factor in accelerated physical deterioration aging.[1, 2] Anabolic impairment can speed up the age-related decline in muscle mass and physical performance, increase in fat mass, development of insulin resistance, cardiovascular risk factors, metabolic syndrome and diabetes, conditions that in turn affect mortality.[3-18]

Interestingly, low levels of multiple anabolic hormones, rather than a single one, has a stronger association with age related muscle loss and the frailty syndrome. [19, 20] In men with chronic heart failure, deficiency of more than one anabolic hormone identifies patients with higher mortality rates.[21]

An interesting study sought to investigate the relationship between parallel deficiency of several anabolic hormones and mortality in a general population of older men, regardless of coexisting disease:[22]

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