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Hair loss and menopause

Hair loss during menopause 

The most common cause of hair loss is an overactive thyroid gland. It is common in women after menopause. Other causes include: changes in hormone levels (increase or decrease) increase in testosterone, increased stress, various drugs, dermatological problems and hereditary.

At the moment when we notice increased hair loss should trace the events that took place three months before the loss hair. Factors affecting hair loss can often occur until three months earlier. They may be even start taking drugs, traumatic experiences (death of a loved one).

Hormonal imbalance in women may be the underlying cause of hair loss, which is why many women noted a change in your hair during pregnancy and menopause. It is estimated that hair thinning increases sharply after 40 years of age.

Women defending against hair loss take soy isoflavones that have estrogen effects (without the risk of synthetic HRT), and have helped many women to thinning hair. Isoflavones are phytoestrogens a natural plant, which prevent the development of cancer to affect the differentiation of cells and protects against the effects of m. In chemotherapy.

And as it is with menopause?

During menopause a woman's body significantly decreases the production of estrogen, is proportionally more for androgens, the production does not decrease. It is they who are to blame, that the hair on my head are getting thinner and thinner, but there is more of them in the so-called. male areas: upper lip, or chin on his feet .. You can fix this by using naturally produced hormones.

Women who go through menopause already the fact of the passing of time may be depressed. Added to this is hair loss. The naked eye can see that the hair is much less.

Women catch a variety of ways to recover the hair. Starting from the use of cosmetics for hair growth and strengthen through the use of medications, vitamins, changing diet ending with a decision on hair transplantation. Many women without making any attempt to immediately save the transplant because it is the most reliable way nicer look and add confidence.

Know how to grow hair.

How to grow hair?

Our hair made of keratin, the same proteins that make up the nails and the outer layers of the skin.

On average, our head is about 100-150 thousand. hair follicles. The rate of hair growth depends on gender, age, seasons. Scalp is about 1 cm per month. The diameter of the hair shaft is on average about 0.08 mm. Hair begins his life in the hair follicle, which grows on the surface of the skin in the form of stalks built from the core, the cortex and the casing.

Bellows-like shape of the cups are formed even before we came into the world. Their number is fixed at birth does not create new, but we have not lost any. Hair on the head grows about 1 cm per month. Every day we lose them usually around 50-100. This is due to the current phase of the hair cycle, unlike animals that moult at a certain time, human follicles do not pass the various phases of the cycle at the same time.


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