For many forms of the disease, sufferers have abnormally low levels of DHEA. Here are some health benefits of DHEA.
In 1981, DHEA was featured in an article that described its multiple anti-aging effects. At that time, DHEA treatment was almost unknown.
Since then, DHEA has been studied intensively and it appears that low DHEA levels are seen in heart disease, high cholesterol, depression, inflammation, immune disorders, schizophrenia, Alzheimer's disease, diabetes, HIV and osteoporosis among others.
DHEA has been used for the past thirty years to treat obesity, diabetes and lupus. DHEA has also been found to improve sleep.
Many people who use DHEA report increased energy and a greater sense of well-being.