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many as 75% of menopausal women. Estrogen reliably reduces the severity of hot flashes and remain the single most effective treatment. Today, however, more and more women are seeking alternatives.
Method: A placebo double blind-controlled trial was conducted. Diary was used to measure hot flashes before and at the end of the study.
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Entual cessation of estrogen production cause a variety of symptoms during menopause, affecting each woman differently.
They were assigned into three groups (two intervention groups and one control group). The first intervention group received oral capsule of curcumin (500 mg), the second intervention group was given oral tablets of vitamin E (200 IU/day), and the third group (control) received placebo twice a day for eight weeks. Mean number of hot flashes in the curcumin group (adjusted mean difference = -10.7, 95%confidence interval = -3.6 to -17.9, P = 0.001) and in the vitamin E group (-8.7, -0.6 to -15.0, P = 0.029) was significantly lower than the placebo group after the intervention.
There was no statistically significant difference between the groups in terms of sexual function index, anxiety and menopausal symptoms (P > 0.05). Conclusion: The results of this study showed that oral intake of curcumin and vitamin E significantly reduced hot flashes in postmenopausal women but had no significant effect on anxiety, sexual function and menopausal symptom.
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Background: Hot flashes affect as many as 75% of menopausal women. Estrogen reliably reduces the severity of hot flashes and remain the single most effective treatment.
Today, however, more and more women are seeking alternatives. This study was undertaken to assess the effect of vitamin E on hot flashes. Method: A placebo double blind-controlled trial was conducted.
After 1 week baseline period, the enrolled patients (n = 51) received placebo (identical in appearance to vitamin E softgel) daily for 4 weeks, followed by 1 week wash out and 400 IU vitamin E (softgel cap) daily for the next 4 weeks. Conclusion: Based on our trial, vitamin E is recommended for the treatment of hot flashes.