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Menopause Clinical Trials

A listing of Menopause medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (13) clinical trials

Effects of Hormone Replacement Therapy on Cardiovascular Risk and Body Composition Parameters

Hormone therapy (HT) was available since 1942 in tablets containing conjugated equine estrogens. Since the 1970s, it has been recommended to add progestogens to the treatment of women with a uterus to prevent endometrial hyperplasia. HT has been shown to be very effective in climacteric syndrome, relieving 90% of hot …

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Beetroot Supplementation in Women Enjoying Exercise Together

An increasing body of evidence has supported acute benefits of beetroot juice including lowered blood pressure and greater muscle oxygenation during exercise. Thus, consumption of beetroot juice prior to exercise may alter the perceptual difficulty for a given exercise bout -- possibly resulting in an individual exercising at a greater …

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HIRREM Hot Flashes Study

The purpose of this research study is to determine the effects of a technique called High-resolution, relational, resonance-based, electroencephalic mirroring (HIRREM), for hot flashes. HIRREM uses scalp sensors to monitor brain electrical activity, and computer software algorithms translate selected brain frequencies into audible tones in real time. Those tones are …

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Diet for the Maintenance of Weight Loss and Metabolic Health in Obese Postmenopausal Women

The treatment of obesity can present a challenge because of the difficulty in maintaining body weight loss beyond one year. The aim of the study will be comparing the effectiveness of two energy-unrestricted diets containing different amount of macronutrients: 1) moderate in fat with high amounts of MUFAs - the …

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An Evaluation of Folic Acid to Improve Endothelial Sensitivity to Shear Stress in Seniors

Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) have remained the leading cause of death globally for the last 15 years. Considering that advancing age is the primary risk factor for CVD, an increasingly aging population is expected to result in unprecedented levels of CVD. It therefore remains crucial to develop effective prevention or treatment …

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Effects of Probiotic Supplementation in Hypertensive Women on Menopause

After randomization, subjects will be included in their intervention group for a period of three months with initial and final evaluations. The study will evaluate the effects and possible benefits of probiotic supplementation on the functioning of the Autonomic Nervous System and vascular changes in hypertension in menopausal women. The …

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Multi-Polar RF & PEMF Technologies for Treatment of Vaginal Laxity Mons Pubis & Labia for Improvement of Skin Laxity:12-Month Safety & Efficacy

Traditional non-surgical treatments to treat vaginal laxity include Kegel exercises or pelvic floor therapy with electrical stimulation of the vaginal musculature to promote muscle strength. Although surgery to tighten the vaginal introitus has been used, pain at the incision site leading to dyspareunia, sometimes for months, limits its use. Surgery …

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Hemodynamic and Salivary Responses of 12 Weeks of Training With Different Anti-hypertensive

Cardiovascular diseases are the leading causes of death and postmenopausal women. Physical exercise, in turn, is a strategy to reduce cardiovascular stress, by decreasing the blood pressure (BP) at rest and several risk factors associated with sedentary lifestyle, thus improving the quality and life expectancy of these women. However, different …

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Influence of Early Menopause on Sympathetic Activation and Cardiovascular Function in Older Women

The current study is recruiting two groups of women aged between 60-70 years old; 1) women who had early natural/non-surgical menopause (age 40-44 yrs) and 2) women who had normal natural/non-surgical menopause (age 50-54). The investigators are recruiting women who do not have any cardiovascular disease, hypertension, diabetes, and other …

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The Use of Pycnogenol to Alleviate Menopausal Symptoms Induced or Increased by Breast and Gynecological Cancer Treatments

This is a pilot study to test whether PYC can improve climacteric symptoms for women who have experienced either surgically or medically induced menopause as part of their treatment for breast or gynecologic cancers.

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