Connection Between Aggression and High Levels Of Testosterone In Alzheimer’s Disease Male Patients

Connection Between Aggression and High Levels Of Testosterone In Alzheimer’s Disease Male Patients
High levels of testosterone may be connected with higher risk for hallucinations, aggression and other acting-out actions in men that already have Alzheimer’s disease. Lower testosterone levels increase the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, according to studies. However, once the onset of Alzheimer’s is established, higher levels of the hormone in the system can aggregate it. Dr. James Hall,

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