Hair loss in women

Hair loss in womenHair loss in women Contrary to popular belief, the problem of hair loss are familiar not only men. Over half of the women confronted with it in different moments of life. In contrast to men whose hair loss is primarily due to genetic reasons and is localized in nature, in women it usually depends on hormonal, seasonal and emotional factors and covers the entire surface of the head. POOR DIET Some nutrients are absolutely essential for healthy hair growth. Poor diet and too strict diet can lead to deficiencies of vitamins (C, B5, B6, PP), mineral substances and trace elements (iron, zinc, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus). The reason for the lack of nutrients can also be their poor absorption by the body from Smoking and when taking certain medications. The lack of these substances in the body affects the state of the hair roots and can lead to increased hair loss. MENOPAUSE The female hormone estrogen increases the life cycle of the hair, whereas the male hormone androgen it reduces. In a woman's body are present in both types of hormones, but the amount of estrogen much more. During menopause, the estrogen level decreases, and against this background, the influence of androgen becomes more visible: the lifespan of the hair is reduced, the hair begins to fall out. Hair loss in this case covers the entire surface of the head and gets worse over time. THE BIRTH OF A CHILD During pregnancy the hormone estrogen stimulates cell reproduction at the level of the hair follicles (roots). Due to this lengthens the life cycle of the hair. As a result, the number of hairs in the growth phase increases significantly (up to 95% in the last three months of pregnancy). After birth, the levels of estrogen in the body decreases sharply, which has a negative effect on hair growth. The life cycle of hair is reduced, and they can start to fall out in large numbers. For a while hair loss can be a serious problem..

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