I see good results with 25mg before bed. DHEA can decrease due to stress causing difficulty staying asleep, decreased dreams and sweating the small stuff during the day. Most people take it before bed however if you feel like it keeps you awake (about 10% of people) then take it in the morning.Wondering if this sleep benefit is only beneficial for those deficient/low on it.
Anyone with normal dhea levels still see better sleep from taking dhea?
I love Superhuman Radio and agree that he is often right. My wife takes low dose DHEA and the results for her have been amazing. She’s 64 and very active and fit. She has put on some lean muscle and her sex drive has noticeably improved, exactly as the stated on Carl’s podcast.Carl Lanore of SuperHumanRadio believes that DHEA opposes Melatonin which would likely cause sleep issues. I could not confirm this based on a quick search but he is usually very reliable. I used to take mine right before bed and had some sleep issues. I have since switched to taking it early evening or late afternoon and my sleep seems to have improved quite a bit.