Hair Loss – Not Just a Man’s Problem

31 August, 2015 | Hair Loss
Hectic life schedules combined with stressful workloads have contributed to hair loss becoming a common occurrence in this modern world. It’s a common problem that not only affects men but also women in this contemporary world. Since it may begin suddenly within individuals without any visible symptoms, it’s essential that one takes required steps to restrict its effects in its initial stages.

Hair loss occurrence early in life not only leads to loss of confidence and prestige amongst men but also amongst women. For a woman, hair are an integral part of her identity which adds glamour to her sassy body. Losing hair suddenly spells disaster for women. Even though it’s true that most men and women fall victim to hair loss at one point of time or another, recent researches have come to the conclusion that hair loss is more likely to occur in females rather than men. Let’s look at a few causes of hair loss in women:

Hormonal changes

Every woman undergoes certain hormonal changes at different stages of life, whether it be at puberty, pregnancy or even menopause. All these stages in a woman’s life disrupt her hormonal balance and can cause adverse effects on her hair. Even though women possess glamorous, shiny hair during pregnancy yet it’s a totally different story after they give birth to a baby. A belief that became popular was that breast feeding was the root cause of hair loss in women. Later it was discovered that breast feeding had nothing to do with hair loss, instead imbalance of estrogen hormone led to hair loss in women. Estrogen levels are very high when a woman is pregnant and they drop significantly when a woman gives birth due to which a woman experiences sudden hair loss.

However, this sort of a hair loss is not permanent in nature and usually ends within 6 to 12 months after the woman has given birth to a new born. The same is the case when a woman hits the menopause stage, though hair loss is more permanent at this point. To treat hair loss caused due to hormone imbalances, one may opt for natural supplements like Black Cohosh or Dong Quai.

Over-styling the hair

To look elegant and glamorous, we all put our hair in various kinds of torture like harsh chemical straightening treatments, curling irons, hair dyes, extensions, etc. which lead to brittle and fragile hair. There are also a large number of shampoos and conditioners in the market, which also leads to hair loss which makes it essential that one opts for good quality hair products. Shampoos that contain sulfates or parabens should be avoided while shampoos that are more organic in nature and possess nutrient rich formulas should be preferred. Prevention of tight hair styles can also effectively help to deal with hair loss in a significant way.

Stress and poor nutrition

Though an evident relationship hasn’t been found amongst hair loss and stress, yet it’s true that stress leads to poor nutrition and low immunity levels. It’s essential that one consumes a diet that is nutritious in nature and high in Vitamin B content. This vitamin is known to keep the immune system strong via exercise and relaxation.

Products that are rich in Biotin, which is a form of Vitamin H, can be found in food items such as nuts, eggs and salmon. Biotin is known to strengthen weak hair follicles and promote a healthy a hair growth.

So take a break from your stressed out work schedule and maintain a healthy body to avoid hair loss.

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