Don’t freak out! Hair loss or hair thinning is common after giving birth. Elline Surianello, CEO and Founder of LeMetric Hair and Beauty Studio, addresses reasons for hair loss/thinning after pregnancy.
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While most women shy away from revealing the fact that they wear additional hair, this contestant on the Price Is Right, named Aliaya, let it all hang out when she took her wig off!
After having the closest bid, Aliaya quickly runs to the stage and the next shot you see is of her without her wig! She eventually composes herself and puts her hair back on. In the end, she walks away with 10k! That hair must be good luck.
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There are approximately 30 million women in the U.S. and Canada who go through hair loss/hair thinning. With this in mind, hair loss and hair thinning is very common– not just among men, but even women. Elline Surianello, CEO and Founder of LeMetric, goes over the most common forms of hair loss and hair thinning in the video below. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel to receive news and tips on all things hair. If you have any questions or concerns you want us to address in our Q&A videos, please comment in the post or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Besides hot flashes, mood swings, and other unbearable changes during menopause; women have to worry about hair loss during this hormonal transition. The increase of testosterone and decrease of estrogen and progesterone in your body results in more hair than usual in your hair brush and hair on your chin. Above this there is always stress, illness, or a genetic predisposition involved. Follow these tips to keep your hair loss during menopause.
- Relax. High stress levels cause a hormonal imbalance which can cause mood swings, anxiety, and depression. A great outlet for menopausal woman is Yoga, meditation, and regular exercise that isn’t strenuous.
- Nutrition. Nutrient deficiencies have always been a catalyst to hair loss. Stay away from processed foods, refined carbs, and foods low in saturated fats. Maintain a diet with foods that provide plenty of vitamins and minerals that have high levels of iron, calcium, magnesium, copper, zinc, essential fatty acids, and vitamins B6, B, C, D, and E. Also, stay hydrated ladies!
- Nourish your hair and scalp. Choose shampoos and conditioners that nourish your scalp and doesn’t clog your follicles. Massaging your scalp while showering stimulates hair growth. Stay away from dying your hair, straighteners, and blow dryers. Keep it au naturale. Lastly, let your hair down especially if you pull it tight in a bun or ponytail.
- Visit your doctor. Your menopause may be one of many reasons for your hair loss. Visit your doctor to check for these problems: thyroid, kidney, or liver dysfunction, or insulin resistance. Ask your doctor for medications to balance your hormones and if any of your current medications may be causing hair loss.
There are ways to hide menopausal hair loss through wigs and hairpieces which don’t involve chemicals or medications. LeMetric offers an array of custom, couture hairpieces and wigs for hair loss and hair thinning in women. During our FREE consultations we can help you choose the right hairpiece or wig.