50% of women suffer from WHAT!? Menopause and hair loss

50% of women suffer from WHAT!? Menopause and hair loss

50% of menopausal women suffer from hair loss!

50% of menopausal women suffer from some form of hair loss

What happens during menopause?

Menopausal hair loss is primarily triggered by hormonal changes. 
At the start of menopause, the level of female hormones (oestrogen) decreases. Consequently, the influence of testosterone, which has a negative impact on the hair roots, increases. 
The unwanted result: thinning hair and hair loss.

How can I help prevent this?

You can help prevent unwanted hair loss and thinning by making a few small changes.
Diet - Eating the right foods can also improve hair growth; a balanced and healthy diet is key to healthy hair. Polyunsaturated fatty acids, biotin, protein and zinc are particularly good nutrient suppliers.
Lifestyle - Stress can impact your hormones and cause hair loss. Reducing stress could help to reduce hair loss.
Increase hair strength - increase your hairs strength and reduce hair fall due to breakage by reducing colouring and chemical treatments, dab your hair dry or air dry instead of rubbing or using a hairdryer, use a smooth pillow case.

Starting today, make the change you want to see in your health and hair! 

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