Women’s Hair Loss: Thinning Hair Causes and Solutions

Amy Grimes December 19, 2011 Comments Off on Women’s Hair Loss: Thinning Hair Causes and Solutions

Hair Loss Isn’t Just a Guy Thing



  Whether it’s short- or long-term, women lose hair the same way men do. It might thin all over, or your center part could get wider and wider. You might even get a bald spot at the crown of your head. One thing women rarely have: a receding front hairline.

  What Can You Do About This? Presence of an additional stressor can only worsen the situation. So do your best to keep the stress low. Above all, give your body the time and patience it needs to heal. Although your hair brush might look like collecting lot more hair than ever, most people who are going through this condition never typically develop a bald spot. As a matter of fact, while your hair might look thinner than before, majority of the hair follicles will return to normal in three to nine months.

  Until natural recovery takes care of your hair, if you want to make your hair look fuller, use volumizing and thickening shampoos and styling products. Avoid heavy styling serums, which weigh hair down. Be gentle when grooming your hair to avoid losing more strands. But if you are still worried it might be worth looking into some simple hair loss treatments. Significant hair loss can sometimes signal an underlying condition, such as polycystic ovary syndrome, anemia or even thyroid disorders.


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