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Menopause Hair Loss and What to Do

How Menopause Can Change Hair And What To Do About It. This is a post from Zenagen regarding menopause hair changes and how hair loss can occur during menopause. Menopause Hair Loss Let’s talk about menopause hair loss and how it occurs and what can be done. The onset of menopause can often lead to hair loss and has long been a part of aging that many women fear the most. The hair follicle changes with age and related to the changes in natural hormones. Many women as early as 35, can start showing signs of menopause hair changes. These changes can be increased shedding, hair breaking more, and thinning. Three Causes of Menopause Hair Loss Hormones, genes, and scalp condition are to blame for menopause causing acute hair loss, as is the aging process. Confirming the causes of your loss with a competent and experienced dermatologist is the first step in determining your best treatment options. It’s possible to have temporary loss of hair caused by physical stress, emotional stress, thyroid abnormalities, medications and hormonal changes (such as androgens and estrogens during menopause) normally associated with females. Other causes of hair loss outside the dreaded “menopause hair” is tension on the hair by prolonged use of hair weaving or corn rows can also cause permanent loss. Why Hair Starts to Shed During Menopause Hair Changes It’s normal to shed some hair each day as about 90 percent of the hair on your scalp is growing at any one time during a normal phase that lasts for 2 to 6 years at one time. Some women as early as 35 start to notice an increase in shedding and hair thickness due to the loss and changes in hormones including progesterone, estrogen, estradiol and others. Often times women experience thyroid changes during menopause and the medicine that they can be put on can cause changes in hair structure. The thyroid drugs can cause hair to start shedding more, change the hair structure, and can cause hair breakage to occur. Several medicines have been known to cause hair loss such as blood thinners (anticoagulants), medicines used for gout and in chemotherapy to treat cancer. Also, the use of vitamin A, birth control pills and antidepressants has been known to cause hair loss. Targeting Menopause Hair with Zenagen Revolve Zenagen Revolve is a naturally formulated product that focuses on female related hair loss and is a great option for women seeking a solution for their thinning hair. Unlike any other hair loss products, Zenagen Revolve for Women only needs to be used for 5 minutes, every other day, and is a shampoo based treatment, which means no messy oils, irritating serums, or daily pills. For women, missed periods and hair loss can be connected. Lack of ovulation in a skipped period causes the adrenal cortex to secrete androstenedione (a steroid hormone). This hormone is associated with some male characteristics such as male pattern baldness. However, if you raise your progesterone level with natural progesterone cream, your androstenedione level gradually declines and your hair will grow back normally. This could take months before you see a difference, so be patient. The information in this article is for educational purposes only, and is not intended as medical advice. To Order Zenagen Products Online Visit the Zenagen Store. For more information about Zenagen visit the Zenagen Home Page. To learn more about hair science and articles visit the Zenagen Articles Page. Visit Zenagen Facebook Page and Zenagen Twitter Page for Exclusive Content and Contests.

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