5 main causes for Female Hair Loss!

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Visible hair loss is indeed a burden many of us have to deal with and can indeed be deeply distressing. It is perfectly natural to lose a certain amount of hair daily for both men and women as minor hair loss is just a sign that your body’s growing new, healthy ones to replace the old. However, when that loss becomes more significant than regular, it should be something you take a closer look at.

Hair loss can affect your entire body and not just your scalp and tends to be more common in men although women do also tend to experience. There are indeed many a reason why one could be experiencing Hair Loss, from pregnancy to stress and so let’s have a closer look below at the 5 most common reasons this happens.

Stress (physical or emotional)

It may sound ludicrous but stress (physical or emotional) can be a contributing factor to your hair loss. Three types of hair loss are mainly associated with high stress levels, those being: Telogen effluvium, Alopecia areata and Trichotillomania! Stress and hair loss do not have to be something you suffer from permanently so if you manage to get your stress under control, your hair should normally grow back.

Medications & Other supplements

It is well known and proven scientifically, that several medications have side effects that can cause hair loss. Some medicines commonly used to treat cancer, beta-blockers, arthritis, depression, heart problems, gout and high blood pressure are often the reason and consulting your doctor would be the first step to take.

Hereditary reasons

The most common cause of Hair Loss is indeed hereditary.  Male or female-pattern baldness usually occurs gradually with ageing and in predictable patterns. Those usually are a receding hairline and bald spots in men and thinning hair in women.

Medical Condition or Hormones

There are a variety of medical conditions (lupus, alopecia, anemia, Seborrheic dermatitis, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and many more) that can cause hair loss to both men and women. In addition, hormonal changes (due to pregnancy, childbirth, menopause and thyroid problems) can also a have a negative impact on your hair.

Dietary patterns

As covered in our Blog (Is Iron Deficiency a Factor to your Hair Loss) a few weeks ago, which you can see here, ones diet can be very important. Lacing certain vitamins and minerals can be detrimental to your hair and hence it is crucial to follow a healthy diet. Make sure to add as many iron-rich meals and ingredients in your diet such as liver and other organ meats, shellfish, beans, dried fruit, nuts and fortified cereals.

The majority of Hair Loss cases will gradually disappear without any medication or treatment. Nonetheless, if your hair doesn’t return to its normal fullness after 6 or 7 months, it is time to get some expert advice and products from www.MANEUK.com! Our website provides a plethora of information and of course a variety of highly effective products to help you gain that confidence again.

Feel free to click here, to have a look at our products, of which we would highly recommend the Mane UK Hair Thickening Spray, Shampoo and Conditioner to help you with your thinning hair.

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