Postmenopausal? Testosterone can improve your memory and verbal learning

Past menopause? Feeling like you've lost some memory and learning skills? You may want to try testosterone gel.

For women not on estrogen therapy, it appears that testosterone therapy protects women against cognitive decline after menopause. Testosterone plays a role in desire, bone density and energy, while improving your mood.

Even in men, testosterone replacement had positive effects on their brain function.

In this study with the women, no major side effects were reported.

Here's the study:



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