More Benefits Of Hormone Therapy: It Prevents Memory Loss And Stress In Menopausal Women, New Study Claims

The short-term memories of women on a hormone replacement were less impaired by stress than those of women not taking estrogen

  • Stress is known to impair short term memory, which also tends to get worse after menopause¬†

  • Hormone replacement therapies containing estrogen and, often, progesterone, may help to reduce the effects of stress on memory¬†

  • By Natalie Rahhal For

    Published: 14:00 EDT, 2 November 2017 | Updated: 14:00 EDT, 2 November 2017


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