Hair Loss in Women Causes

Hair Loss in women can be caused by a number of factors. In this blog I’m going to give you a brief explanation of each of the likely causes and how they can be effectively dealt with.

Lifestyles Lead to Hair Loss

It seems as though the workforce wasn’t the only thing women were getting themselves in for when the battle of the sexes began. Today, through no want of their own, women are up there with men when it comes to hair loss and it seems they’re being affected at a younger age....

Rogaine for Women

Extra unwanted hair in women is a side effect of Rogaine, but as long as you use it as directed, you should be fine....

Hair Treatment for Women

Women who experience hair loss can feel embarrassed and be anxious about what to do and who to turn to. Knowing what treatments are available however is only half the solution. Not everyone’s situation is the same and women will need to know which individual approach will be most suited to them and give them the results they desire....

Hair Loss Success Stories

In some cases hair loss cannot be treated or hair density may have been poor for so many years it has become irreversible. However, even when thin hair has become a long-standing problem, there are still cosmetic products that can help a woman’s confidence....

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Hair loss doesn't only affect men. Unfortunately it affects women as well so you'll be pleased to know that there are treatments out there for female hair loss. It's not as apparent in women as it is in men. People half expect men to lose their hair at some stage but no one ever expects a woman to lose her hair.

When it comes to women, hair is the one thing that can define them. Watch TV and tell me how many adverts you see where a woman, just after shampooing her hair, is flinging it from one side of her face to the other? It's a big market and shampoo makers wouldn't really be able to advertise a woman's shampoo without being able to show a woman on TV with great hair.

Alopecia is the medical term for hair loss but the reasons for which hair loss can occur can vary. With a woman it can be a lack of essential vitamins and minerals in the body. Stress can also be a major factor or even a scalp infection. Female hair loss treatments are just as common as hair loss treatments for men.

Never before in the history of retail have there been so many chemicals advertised for a woman's hair. The end result is good and looks well but after a while all the abuse can come to a head. While looking good you are actually doing your hair damage in the long run. Even curling irons, while making your hair look good for going out are doing damage and weakening your hair.

There are many good treatments for hair and they are doctor recommended too. Minoxidil is one of the better known treatments on the market. Propecia would be another one but not recommended for women intending to start a family. You can also take care of your hair without having to go and sign up for a treatment. Changing your shampoo to something a little more scalp friendly can be a big help as well as oiling the scalp. They all encourage stronger hair and help improve the health of the hair follicle.

Do your research into different products but I always say be wary about buying online. Some sites are out there just to make a quick buck. Female hair loss treatments can spawn just as much money as treatments for men.

The first thing you should do is consult a trichologist (hair doctor) and get their advice before you do anything else. Don't be afraid if you find your hair thinning. There is always an answer.

I started losing my hair when I was nineteen years old and decided to pass on the knowledge I gathered to you. I also worked for one of the world's leading hair loss clinics. I am passionate about hair loss treatments and I hope you find what you're looking for. I designed my own website here:

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