About a third of women experience some hair loss as a result of menopause.  Similar to male pattern baldness, women’s hair loss is also linked to hormones, in this case decreasing estrogen and progesterone.  To some extent, women’s hair loss can be blamed on genetic predisposition.  What’s more, stress brought about by some of the symptoms of menopause, can cause chronically high levels of insulin and stress hormones, which can often result in the rise in excess androgen (a male sex hormone) that also causes hair to stop growing.  Our restoration specialists offer a number of highly effective women’s hair loss solutions.

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Women’s hair loss is typically subtle and diffuse all over the scalp rather than in a single spot.  Frequently, women notice a widening of their part, thinner ponytails or more hair than usual in their brush. Our highly-trained restoration specialists will develop a unique women’s hair loss solution just for you. They’ll work with you to offer the most natural and technologically advanced hair loss solutions to meet your individual needs and lifestyle.

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Many things can affect women’s hair loss

Ladies; I’m going to share the same thing I shared with the gentlemen in my previous blog. Many things can cause women’s hair loss and it’s important to take these into consideration. But I also want to share with you some lifestyle changes you can make to not only help you through the symptoms of menopause, but also to keep your hair healthy:

  • Take a deep breath

    It’s important to keep your stress levels in check to preserve hormonal balance. Studies show that yoga and breathing relaxation methods are especially effective in keeping reducing insulin and stress hormones.

    • Eat a balanced diet

    Incorporate enough whole grains, mono-saturated oils, and fruits and vegetables in each meal. Drinking green tea and getting enough Vitamin B6 and folic acid may restore hair growth. Essential fatty acids also play a key role in maintaining your hair health.