Female Hair Loss
Female hair loss does
not follow a set pattern. Some women don't start to lose their hair until
later on in life while other women first experience thinning hair in their
teenage years. There are many reasons for women to lose their hair but
the most common is hereditary thinning or alopecia, which accounts for
over 50% of female hair loss.
Many women feel isolated
and alone when their hair starts to thin but it isn't uncommon. In fact,
more than 1 in 4 women suffer from thinning hair. For women hair loss
can be even more troubling than for men. Female hair loss is not generally
accepted as part of the normal aging process. Society has come to expect
a thick, luxurious head of hair as part of the attractiveness in women.
Many people believe
that hair dryers and tongs can cause women to lose hair. This is not the
case. Over-treating and coloring hair can have an adverse effect and might
even cause hair to break off near the scalp but it can't cause long-term
Causes of Hair Loss in
One cause of hair loss in women can be hormonal imbalances. Having an
overactive or under active thyroid gland may cause thinning hair. Treating
the thyroid disease will usually help this type of female hair loss. Hormones
can also cause hair loss if female hormones (estrogens), are out of balance
causing women's hair loss. However, if the hormone imbalance is corrected,
the hair loss should stop.
Child Birth — Child birth may result
in sudden hair loss in women. It's common for many women to notice hair
loss after pregnancy - immediately 3 months after they've had a baby.
This too, is caused by hormones. But this is not something to worry about.
During pregnancy, hair shedding during the normal hair cycle is retarded
in by high levels of hormones. Once the hormones have returned to pre-pregnancy
levels, this extra hair is shed with the normal cycle of hair growth and
loss returning over time.
Hair Loss from Menopause and Hormonal Therapies
— causes of female hair loss can come from hormonal therapies such
as Progesterone, a female hormone that inhibits the development of a new
follicle. Hair loss and menopause are commonly linked and result in thinning
hair in older women. Before menopause, about 13 percent of women experience
hair thinning. After menopause, reporting of the problem from women increases
to about 37 percent.
Female Hair Loss Treatments
Provillus for Women is specifically formulated
to combat female hair loss brought on by hormonal and nutritional imbalances.
Provillus's proprietary blend of ingredients includes the only FDA approved
ingredient for stopping hair loss and regrowing hair. Additionally the
nutrients in Provillus Female Hair Loss Treatments promote healthy hair
follicle growth which prevents hair thinning and over time regrows hair.
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