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Are you worried about female hair loss and treatment?


Long, short, bouncy, sleek – for most women, hair is far more than a bundle of fiber. It’s an expression of style and personality.  Female hair loss can be scary. Thinning hair and bald patches are common in women. Hair loss can affect the scalp. It can be the result of heredity, hormonal changes, medical conditions or medications. Any person can face hair loss problems. Baldness refers to excessive hair loss from scalp.


But the sooner you seek care, the better the chances of successfully treating it hair loss in women, including how to identify and treat different hair loss conditions –


Causes and Symptoms-


  1. Pregnancy


During pregnancy, few women experience very mild shedding, but others experience intense shedding for a few months. The changing to a different type of hormonal contraception can also cause hormone-induced shedding.


  1. Protein deficiency


Protein is necessary to make new hair cells. New hairs appear to replace the old ones when they shed.


  1. Certain medications



Antidepressants and HIV medications may do it as well. Losing hair a few months after starting new meds.


  1. Dandruff or scalp psoriasis

When the scalp is itchy, hair may start to shed more than usual. Dandruff is also the cause of hair loss.


  1. Auto immune diseases

An autoimmune hair loss condition like lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, thyroid disease, and certain types of anemia causes in permanent hair loss.


  1. Over-processing your hair




Getting perms, chemical straightening that uses harsh chemicals on your scalp and hair can damage the hair follicle and cause permanent hair loss.


Medical Treatments and Home Remedies



Minoxidil (Rogaine) 5% is the only topical medication approved by the FDA for female-pattern hair loss.


2-Coconut Oil Massage

Warm coconut oil and use it to massage the scalp with your finger-tips. This strengthens and conditioning hair follicles.


3- Hormone Replacement Therapy

It involves an intake of progesterone and estrogen through pills, patches, and creams. It is mostly prescribed for pattern baldness or androgenetic alopecia.


4-Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera contains various enzymes that help in a healthy growth of hair. Either you can directly apply the Aloe Vera gel to the scalp. It also controls dandruff, itching, and also promotes hair growth.


5-Hair Transplantation

Hair transplant is the surgically planted hair not only grows but also remains with you for a long time.


6- Jojoba Oil

Jojoba oil has a tremendous effect on hair growth as rubbed into the scalp and the hair.





7-Emu Oil

Emu oil functions as a moisturizer and stimulates hair growth in the follicles.






8-Potassium-rich Foods

Potassium helps to manage fluid balance, keeps the cells maintained, and preventing follicle damage.


I hope you ♥ this post.


Stay Happy! Stay Healthy!

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  1. I’ve seen a change in hairfall after I started oiling my hair regularly and eating the right food. Agree with you. Thanks for sharing the medications.

  2. Hair loss is a common problem for all. I faced hair loss during my pregnancy. Good products and good food are really helping to over come that.

  3. Hairless is a very common problem that we all face. However in my case dandruff seems to be the biggest problem. I do coconut oil massage n go for protein treatments once in a while.
    Very informative post.

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