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The main cause of female hair loss

04.02.2009 in FEMALE HAIR LOSS

The external factors that may cause hair loss are an illness, medications, childbirth, trauma surgery and some other diseases. Exposure to chemicals and some elements may also be a cause, but such cases are rare and can almost always be diagnosed immediately.

Natural causes of female hair loss
People naturally shed hair every day of our lives. Our hair has a growth cycle of approximately two to six years, with one strand may grow continuously and are finally at the end of the cycle after a short rest. The natural cause of female hair loss is the end of the cycle in which the strands fall out. The follicles will grow another strand of hair and the cycle continues. The growth cycle for each strand is different, which is why we always have their hair every day of our lives.

Another cause of female hair loss may be the way women use their and dress it every day. They tie their hair in tight pony tails, hair can aggravate with the constant pressure of pulling the hair and cause these hairs to start dying out. This source can be easily remedied by giving your hair a break and just wearing it loose.

Another cause is a natural birth. In many cases, the pregnant releases hormones, the strengthening of women’s skin and hair. After birth, the loss of these hormones is the cause of female hair loss. Some women experience  a huge amout of hair loss and may lose several strands of hair at a time, while for others, it is minimal, and they will not even notice.

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The Phenomenon Of Female Hair Loss

04.02.2009 in FEMALE HAIR LOSS

In recent years, the cases relating to the loss of hair in women have increased several folds. Female hair loss, commonly termed as “Female-pattern Balding”, is more commonly associated with hormonal imbalance and changes incurred in the body due to menopause. It has been seen that women beyond the age of 45 years are more likely to experience hair loss as compared to younger women.

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The treatment of hair loss in females as compared to males is different as one has to first determine whether there are improper levels of hormones that retard hair growth or not or whether the loss of hair is due to other factors.

The application of essential oils to the scalp helps to a large extent when it comes to treating hair loss as they help in the repair of the potentially damaged hair follicles. Oils employed for this purpose include ‘Jojoba Oil’, ‘Grape Seed oil’, etc.

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Other methods of treatment which do not include the administration of synthetic drugs can be through ‘Acu-puncture’. It helps in relaxing the body and reduces stress to a considerable extent. This potentially helps to reduce hair thinning. Traditional medical treatment, other than allopathy, can also be resorted to for treating hair loss in females. Many traditional sciences have prescribed essential herbs which help in preventing the loss of hair to a large extent.

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FEMALE HAIR LOSS

29.01.2009 in FEMALE HAIR LOSS, HAIR LOSS [ PHOTOS ] TREATED

This woman is suffering from the combination of problems listed and described below:

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Traction alopecia is hair loss caused by constant tension of braids and extensions on the hair, such as that created by an over-tight ponytail, plaiting or through using too tight rollers to style the hair.  The action of pulling on the hair over a long period of time results in the gradual shrinking of the hair follicle and so the hairs produced become finer and finer and permanently damaged if not treated.

Chemical Trauma can be caused to the hair by bleaching, relaxing, perming or even dying the hair.  The chemicals involved in these processes can damage the protein structure of the hair, making it brittle and often causing hair loss.  As well as damaging the hair, these chemicals are also not good for the scalp and can irritate it.

Androgenetic Alopecia in women is often linked to hormonal changes with the hair loss following events such as the menopause, childbirth or as a result of stopping or starting oral contraceptive pills.  The hair loss is generally more uniform over the scalp than in the male counterpart, but also results from a complex chemical reaction when the enzyme 5-alpha-reductase converts the testosterone in the system into DHT or dihydrotestosterone.  The hair follicles are genetically predisposed to be over sensitive to the DHT and become smaller and smaller with time, leading to the eventual hair loss.

This woman is using the treatments listed below:

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Vitastim 15% Hair Regrowth Stimulant and Hair Loss Stabiliser
This stimulant is recommended to help stabilise hair loss and strengthen existing hair.  It is a natural hop-based solution that works as a vasodilator to increase blood circulation in the scalp and so enable healthy hair growth.

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Biostim 15% Hair Regrowth Stimulant and Hair Loss Stabiliser
This stimulant contains a multi-vitamin complex to stimulate the hair follicles and increase hair cell production and proliferation.  It is also designed to prolong the hair growth cycle, promoting increased hair growth and density.

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FEMALE HAIR LOSS: RESULTS

19.01.2009 in FEMALE HAIR LOSS

We recommeded the following treatments:

Vitastim 15% Hair Regrowth Stimulant and Hair Loss Stabiliser:
This stimulant is recommended to help stabilise hair loss and strengthen existing hair.  It is a natural hop-based solution that works as a vasodilator to increase blood circulation in the scalp and so enable healthy hair growth.  It also contains a multi-vitamin complex to help catalyse the process of conversion of amino acids into keratin hair cells and accelerate growth and diameter of the hair from the dermal papilla.

Biostim 15% Hair Regrowth Stimulant and Hair Loss Stabiliser
This stimulant contains a very effective natural 5-alpha reductase inhibitor. It reduces the amount of 5-alpha reductase in the scalp and thereby reduces the formation of DHT, stabilising hair loss and encouraging a healthy growth cycle.

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Female pattern baldness or "androgenetic alopecia" is very common.

15.01.2009 in FEMALE HAIR LOSS

Female pattern baldness or “androgenetic alopecia” is very common. If you have this condition, the onset of baldness can begin at anytime after adolescene. You will experience excessive hair shedding and hair thinning becomes quite noticeable. However, unlike men, women with androgenetic alopecia will preserve their frontal hairline. Women will not go entirely bald as well. Instead, they will just experience hair thinning on the side portions of the head.

Based on the recent statistics, an estimated 50% of all women around the globe will develop androgentic alopecia. And, although hair loss itself is not an alarming condition, its effects are. Women who have female pattern baldness often lose their self confidence and develop feelings of embarrassment and anxiety. Without immediate and continuous treatment, their condition worsens as well as the effects of the condition.

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