Menopause Related Hair Loss

Many women are unaware and unprepared for the hair thinning and hair loss that can take place during menopause. In fact, nearly 40 percent of women experience hair thinning during and after menopause.

Menopausal hair loss is almost always related to hormonal changes. The body produces less of the female hormones estrogen and progesterone, which are the main triggers for hair growth. When progesterone and estrogen levels drop, hair growth slows and hair tends to become thinner. Lifestyle changes, including diet and sleeping habits, can also take a toll.

For women experiencing menopause, the added anxiety of hair loss can have devastating effects on one’s self-confidence and daily outlook. Find out how discovering and maintaining the health of your scalp can help you take on hair loss associated with menopause at each stage of the change:

Pre-Menopause Hair Loss

Hair loss is often not at the top of the list of concerns prior to menopause, unless you already experiencing symptoms like excess hair shedding, dandruff, itch or excessive oiliness. Understanding the health of your hair and scalp can PREVENT the unwanted symptom of hair loss during menopause. Once you discover the health of your scalp, you can begin getting your scalp in the optimal condition to maintain healthy, beautiful hair through menopause.

During Menopause Hair Loss

It is essential to properly care for your scalp and hair during menopause. You want to do everything possible to help create the optimal environment for your hair to grow so you can minimize any potential menopausal hair loss. If you have not already begun the process to PREVENT hair loss by discovering the health of your scalp and hair, do so now. If you are now seeing signs of excessive shedding, a customized menopausal hair loss treatment protocol can be designed to rebalance your scalp and create the optimal environment for your hair to grow, to CORRECT menopausal hair loss.

Post-Menopause Hair Loss

The end of menopause should mark the end of symptoms like hot flashes, mood swings, weight gain and hair thinning. Continue maintaining the proper care of your scalp and hair even after menopause has ended. If you don’t care for your scalp and hair properly, problems such as excess hair shedding, dandruff, itch or excessive oiliness may return and contribute to more advanced stages of menopause hair loss. If you have reached a more advanced stage of hair loss, your next step is to RESTORE the lost hair.

If you are pre-menopausal, currently experiencing menopause, or suffer from post-menopausal hair loss, you are not alone. Our team of Hair and Scalp Specialists can show you solutions to PREVENT, CORRECT and RESTORE hair loss and improve the health of your hair and scalp.

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