You might have been somewhat prepared for most of the common menopause symptoms, but you may not have expected to experience thinning hair. Despite the fact that menopause is a common cause of hair loss in women, it still takes a lot of us by surprise. So what can we do about it?
As you probably know, oestrogen levels decline during menopause, whilst testosterone levels increase. What you may not know, however, is that oestrogen is important for promoting hair growth. This means that as we lose oestrogen, we lose the ability to grow strong, youthful hair. Some areas of your scalp may stop producing hair, whilst the hair that does grow is likely to be thinner than before.
The most common type of hair loss following menopause is androgenic alopecia and this is characterised by an overall thinning out of the hair. Many women find the most noticeable areas are the crown and the frontal area. Some women may experience a receding hair line but most common is a thinning area right at the front which allows the light to shine through to the scalp.
If you are a woman who once had very thick and luscious hair, this loss can be very difficult to deal with as suddenly your hair styles don’t seem to work. If you have always had fine or thin hair, the loss can be quite devastating. Very often female hair loss leads to a lack of self-esteem along with a lack of confidence.
After combing the internet for possible solutions and even going so far as trying some of the shampoos, lotions and potions available, most women come to the conclusion that there’s little that can be done. After all, if there was a cure for hair loss, there would be no balding men!
But there are some things you can do to improve the quality and possibly the thickness of your hair, and there is definitely something you can do cosmetically to keep your hair loss your own little secret while returning to some of your favourite hair styles.
Firstly, it’s a good idea to visit your GP and let her know you are experiencing some post-menopausal hair loss. She can order some blood tests which will help to determine if you’re experiencing thinning hair solely because of a drop in oestrogen or whether you might have some other deficiencies that can lead to hair loss in women. The sorts of things she will check for are your iron levels, B vitamin levels and thyroid function; all of which can be key players in causing thinning hair in women.
The other thing you can do is consider your stress levels. Stressful life events such as divorce, a death in the family or the diagnosis of a loved one with a serious illness, or an illness or surgery of your own, can all take a toll on your body. When your body is struggling, it often chooses to stop worrying about growing hair for a while, since it is not essential for our survival. For this reason, stress is a leading cause of thinning hair in women and should be explored as a possible cause of your hair loss.
Whilst you try to determine what exactly is causing your hair loss and rectify it, there is a cosmetic solution for hair loss in women: BOOSTNBLEND. You don’t need to suffer the embarrassment that can come with a widening part or visible scalp, a few shakes of BoostnBlend onto your thinning areas will cover your hair loss and instantly give you your confidence back. For some of us, our hair loss is permanent, so it’s comforting to know that there is an easy way to keep it a secret!
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BoostnBlend has taken the post menopause world by storm and is now sold all over the world. There is even a private Facebook group of women talking about post menopause hair loss and BoostnBlend and providing encouragement to one another.
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Post Last Updated on October 27, 2017