Understanding Hair Loss

Andrea Kuypers
Treatment For Hair Loss in Women

Treatment for Hair Loss in Women

As scary as telogen effluvium might be, the good news is that it’s usually temporary. According to the National Library of Medicine, this type of non-scarring, diffuse hair loss is usually resolved in about 6 months. Eating nutritious food, staying hydrated, sleeping well, and maintaining daily activity all support healthy regrowth. Supplementing a nutritious diet with oral vitamins such as Vitamin B12, Iron (if deficient), biotin and fish oils also serves to nourish your cells. The application of topical nutrients is also popular. Saw palmetto oil for hair loss and Pumpkin Seed oils are rich in antioxidants and support both men's and women's scalp health....

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Andrea Kuypers
Hair Loss in Women with Menopause: A Win-able Challenge

Hair Loss in Women with Menopause: A Win-able Challenge

For a woman, her hair is her crowning glory. We do with it as we want, style with it as we want, and color it as we want.[1] In fact, just a slight change in how one’s hair looks already changes a lot in a woman’s overall appearance. From being demure to being classic or being sassy, a woman’s hair is her very own personal statement. For menopausal women, noticing more and more hair fall out onto our pillows or our hairbrush can be alarming. But, there is no need to panic. Thinning hair after menopause or during menopause is...

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Andrea Kuypers
Main Causes of Hair Loss and its Remedies

Main Causes of Hair Loss and its Remedies

Herbs and oils that have anti-inflammatory properties can minimize the damage due to the presence of surfactants. Cedarwood oil is one among such oils. It regularizes skin sebum production.

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Kevin Kuypers
Does Sugar Affect Hair Loss?

Does Sugar Affect Hair Loss?

There are many factors that contribute to hair loss. Even if you’re genetically predisposed, you can ward off early hair loss. You may have heard of epigenetics where stressors other than genetics can determine the direction in which a gene will go.   Could one of those stressors be our diet? Could a diet high in sugar be contributing to hair loss?   There are at least half a million glands in the scalp, all of which serve the purpose of growing hair. In order to function properly, these glands must be well nourished—starve them and hair loss begins. Thus,...

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