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The study collected retrospective data from the assumption of combined natural molecules in menopausal women with metabolic syndrome
Milk consumption drives beneficial effect on Bone Mass Density and on Gut Microbiome. Altered Gut Microbiome is associated with postmenopausal status, reduced Bone Mass Density, abnormal serum levels of Bone Turnover Markers (BTM), and disrupted T-cell immune mediation of several proinflammatory cytokines. The investigators hypothesize that a dietary intervention supplemented with milk and other non-fermented dairy products (YesMdiet), compared to an isocaloric diet with equivalent protein and calcium content but non-dairy protein sources (NoMdiet), will lead to favorable changes of Gut Microbiome [Primary end-point] in association with improved serum Bone Turnover Markers and serum proinflammatory cytokine profiles.
The aim of this study is to achieve expert consensus on the management of menopause in the Asia-Pacific
The purpose of this study is to learn about how the commonly used menopausal hormone therapies were prescribed and taken in practice. This is done by using healthcare database, to study the overall dangers and benefits of menopausal hormone therapies in real-world practice. This study will include subjects who were newly diagnosed menopausal symptoms between 2012 and 2019. They were all followed up for 12 months at least. The study included the below subjects who: - were aged 40-59 years - were diagnosed to have menopausal symptoms through some medical check-ups The data collected will be used to understand: - how the commonly used menopausal hormone therapies were prescribed and taken in practice - how patients took medication as prescribed by their doctors This might help to understand treatment trends of these therapies.
The objective of this project is to elucidate the effect of L-Citrulline (L-CIT) supplementation on vascular function at rest and during rhythmic handgrip exercise and functional sympatholysis via lower-body negative pressure in postmenopausal women with elevated blood pressure and hypertension.
The objective of this project is to provide evidence that L-Citrulline (CIT) supplementation can improve vascular function in the fasted and acute hyperglycemia conditions in middle-aged and older women with metabolic syndrome.
Symptoms of perimenopause and menopause can significantly affect overall quality of life. It is hypothesized that daily supplements can reduce the severity of these symptoms. This 12-week clinical trial will examine the effects of Hologram Sciences' Daily Balance Gummy Supplements on symptoms including hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, anxiety, fatigue, and brain fog. Participants will take the product daily and complete study-specific questionnaires at Baseline, Week 4, Week 8, and Week 12. Upon conclusion of Week 12, participants will be asked to count how many gummies remain in their jar.
This is a prospective, randomized, placebo-controlled and single-blind study planned to determine the effect of acupressure application on menopausal symptoms. The hypothesis of the study is that acupressure reduces women's menopausal symptoms.
Women and men show marked differences in cardiovascular risk profile and outcome. Women experience fewer cardiovascular events than men before menopause, but this relationship seems to reverse at menopause. These disparities are probably due to hormonal factors, especially the female sex hormone estrogen seems to have a protective influence on the development of atherosclerotic plaques premenopausal. The underlying mechanisms of the effect of estrogens on the vessel wall are still insufficiently investigated. In this study, menopause related effects on leukocyte distribution and function as well on platelets and their aggregational response will be evaluated.
This study examines the factors that limit or support the implementation of a pilot heart health program for perimenopausal women. The investigators evaluate the effectiveness of this program in raising awareness and promoting behavior change to maintain cardiovascular health.