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Stop hair loss in women and specifically promote hair growth

Beautiful, full hair is the epitome of attractiveness and health for women. This makes them all the more afraid of excessive hair loss, which can occur at different stages of life. If it happens to you at some point and suddenly there is more hair hanging in your brush or in the drain than usual, there is no reason to panic. But what can you do about hair loss and what really helps with hair loss? There are various ways to stop hair loss in women and stimulate hair growth with natural care products. But is that even possible? And if so, what remedies can stop hair loss in women?

Hair loss in women: These are the most common causes

The causes of hair loss are varied. But when do we even talk about excessive hair loss? It is completely normal for some hair to fall out when combing or washing your hair. Especially with long hair, a clump of hair quickly comes together and at first glance it looks like severe hair loss. Women usually first notice excessive hair loss because the hair structure changes. The hair becomes thinner, more brittle and the scalp shows through in some places. A loss of 50 to 100 hairs per day is considered normal - if significantly more hairs are lost per day, then women are experiencing severe hair loss, which they should stop as quickly as possible. If women suddenly experience severe hair loss, this can have several causes.

Reasons for hair loss: Women often suffer from hormonal fluctuations

Hormonal fluctuations can lead to hair loss in women , as hormones have a significant impact on the hair cycle. The hair cycle consists of three phases: the growth phase (anagen), the transition phase (catagen) and the resting phase (telogen). During hormonal changes, imbalances of certain hormones that affect the hair cycle can occur.

  • Hair loss & pregnancy

    During pregnancy, the body produces increased amounts of estrogen hormones, which promote hair growth. As a result, many pregnant women have thicker and fuller hair. However, after giving birth, there can be a hormonal drop, which in turn triggers increased hair loss. This hair loss is called postpartum hair loss, which usually returns within a few months after birth.

  • Hair loss & menopause

    During menopause, estrogen levels in the body decrease. Lower estrogen levels can affect hair growth and lead to hair loss. At the same time, in some menopausal women, male hormones such as testosterone may be more potent, further increasing hair loss.

  • Hair loss & hormonal disorders

    Hormonal disorders such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) can also cause hair loss in women. PCOS is characterized by increased production of male hormones, which can negatively affect hair growth.

Whether during menopause or due to other hormonal fluctuations: hair loss can be stopped and women do not have to put up with their thinning hair. Hormonally caused hair loss often goes away on its own once the hormones are back in balance. Nevertheless, certain nutritional supplements or care products can support the body in stopping or inhibiting hair loss in women.

Sudden severe hair loss in women: The causes are often stress and a lack of nutrients

The two factors stress and nutrient deficiency often occur together as the cause of sudden hair loss. If you don't have much time to worry about your diet during the day, you're more likely to turn to fast food and end up with a deficit of important nutrients.

A deficiency of these nutrients is often responsible for hair loss:

  • iron

    Iron deficiency is a common cause of hair loss in women. Iron is important for the transport of oxygen to the hair follicles and therefore also for hair growth. Low iron levels weaken hair.

  • zinc

    Zinc deficiency can also lead to hair loss. Zinc is important for cell growth and hair follicle health. A lack of zinc can impair hair growth and promote hair loss.

  • Biotin

    Biotin (Vitamin B7) plays an important role in hair growth and hair health. A lack of biotin can lead to brittle hair and hair loss.

  • Vitamin D

    Vitamin D plays a role in regulating the hair growth cycle. Therefore, a lack of vitamin D can negatively affect hair growth.

  • Vitamin B12

    A deficiency of vitamin B12 can lead to hair loss, as this vitamin is important for the formation of red blood cells and contributes to the oxygenation of hair follicles.

  • protein

    Protein deficiency weakens the hair and promotes hair loss. Hair is mostly made up of protein, so getting enough of this nutrient is important.

There are other causes of hair loss. Women as they age often notice that their hair becomes thinner and loses strength. The hormonal balance changes and genetic factors also play a role in the change in hair structure.

Different types of hair loss in women

Depending on the form in which the hair loss occurs, a distinction is made between different types of hair loss. Each of these forms has certain characteristics and can be traced back to different causes, which ultimately determine the treatment. So that you can better assess what type of hair loss you are suffering from and how you can stop it, women are given an overview of the most common types of hair loss here.

Hereditary hair loss also occurs in women

Even though hereditary hair loss particularly often affects men, women can also suffer from it. Hereditary hair loss in women is called female androgenetic hair loss. This form of hair loss usually occurs gradually and is noticeable as thinning hair on the top of the head, often starting at the crown.

Female androgenetic hair loss is caused by a combination of genetic and hormonal factors. In affected women, the hair follicles are sensitive to the hormone dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which is produced from testosterone by the enzyme 5-alpha-reductase. DHT causes a shortening of the growth phase of hair follicles, resulting in gradual hair thinning. Over time, the hair becomes finer and finer until it no longer grows back.

Inheritance of female androgenetic hair loss usually occurs through the maternal line, although paternal genes can also play a role. The risk of developing this form of hair loss - even if the woman is still very young - increases if close relatives such as mothers, sisters or grandmothers are also affected. The sooner you stop this hair loss, the more successfully women can promote natural hair growth again.

Diffuse hair loss in women over the entire scalp

Diffuse hair loss in women is a form of hair loss in which the hair thins evenly across the entire head. Unlike androgenetic hair loss, in which hair loss occurs primarily on the top of the head, diffuse hair loss is characterized by a general reduction in hair density across the entire head. You often first notice hair loss when brushing, washing or combing your hair; later also in thinning areas on the scalp.

The causes of diffuse hair loss are varied. Hormonal fluctuations during pregnancy, postpartum or menopause can lead to diffuse hair loss. Thyroid diseases or taking certain medications are often the cause of hair loss.

How does circular hair loss occur in women?

Circular hair loss, also known as alopecia areata, is a condition in which round or oval bald patches form on the scalp. The exact cause of patchy hair loss in women is not fully understood, but an autoimmune reaction is thought to play a role. The immune system mistakenly attacks the hair follicles and disrupts the normal hair growth cycle. It is believed that genetic predisposition and environmental factors can also provoke the body's autoimmune response.

Some women with circular hair loss have also been diagnosed with other autoimmune diseases such as thyroid disease, rheumatoid arthritis or diabetes. There is a possibility that dysregulation of the immune system promotes the development of circular hair loss. Ultimately, stress or severe trauma as well as infections can also trigger circular hair loss. Some women report that hair loss occurs after certain life events or stressful situations.

Stop hair loss in women during chemotherapy

It is a dreaded side effect of cancer treatment: severe hair loss and even complete baldness on the head. Chemotherapy drugs aim to fight fast-growing cancer cells, but they can also affect healthy cells, including hair follicles. The chemotherapy drugs interfere with the cell cycle, which influences hair growth. They disrupt this cycle by putting the hair follicles into the resting phase. As a result, women's hair falls out during treatment.

But can hair loss be stopped in women undergoing chemotherapy? It is important to practice good hair care during chemotherapy and, ideally, to prepare the scalp for the therapy in advance. The affected women receive support from hair growth specialists with the additional designation Oncohaircare. They are at the patient's side before the treatment begins and make the scalp supple with a specially developed Ayurveda scalp massage and special care products. Support during treatment creates the best conditions for the hair to grow back quickly after medication or radiation therapy has been completed. Through professional support and advice before, during and after cancer therapy, thin hair can become fuller again and missing hair can grow back. Stopping hair loss in women undergoing chemotherapy is not always possible, but it can be minimized with the right products.

Stop hair loss in women with home remedies

There are some home remedies that can be used as supportive measures for hair loss. These home remedies can promote hair growth and improve hair health. Regular scalp massage can improve blood circulation and stimulate hair growth. Various oils such as coconut oil or castor oil can also stimulate hair growth and strengthen the hair.

Onion juice is said to be able to improve blood circulation in the scalp and stimulate hair growth. Rinsing your hair with green tea is also said to have a positive effect on hair health.

How can dietary supplements help against hair loss in women?

Severe hair loss in women is often the result of various interrelated causes. A high workload causes stress and this in turn leads to an unbalanced diet with a nutrient deficiency. Taking certain medications can cause side effects such as gastrointestinal problems - here, too, there is often a deficiency of important nutrients. Therefore, certain dietary supplements can make an important contribution to stopping hair loss in women and stimulating hair growth.

Which nutritional supplements can stop hair loss in women?

In order for the dietary supplements to have a positive effect on the hair, they should contain important ingredients that stop hair loss in women in the best case scenario. YELASAI products contain valuable nutrients and micronutrients that can have a stimulating effect.

Important nutrients and micronutrients for hair loss:

  • gentian

    Gentian roots contain bitter substances that have a stimulating effect on metabolism and can promote blood circulation. These properties are believed to help treat hair loss by stimulating hair growth and improving the health of hair follicles.

  • Grape seed extract OPC

    Grape seeds contain a high concentration of antioxidants that can reduce inflammation and fight cell damage caused by free radicals. This means that grape seed extract OPC can have a positive effect on the health of skin, hair and nails.

  • Silymarin

    Silymarin is derived from milk thistle (Silybum marianum) and contains a mixture of flavonoids including silibinin, silidianin and silicristin. It is known for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Silymarin is used to treat hair loss because it can provide hair follicles with protection from oxidative stress and improve blood flow to the scalp.

  • Catcheine

    Silymarin is derived from milk thistle (Silybum marianum) and contains a mixture of flavonoids including silibinin, silidianin and silicristin. It is known for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Silymarin is used to treat hair loss because it can provide hair follicles with protection from oxidative stress and improve blood flow to the scalp.

  • Catcheine

    Catechins are natural flavonoids found in many plants, especially tea leaves. They are known for their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. There is some evidence that catechins may play a role in treating hair loss through their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects.

  • Quercetin

    This is a natural flavonoid found in many fruits and vegetables, including apples, onions, berries and kale. It is valued for its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic properties.

  • Artichoke extract

    Artichoke extract contains various bioactive compounds such as cynarin, flavonoids and antioxidants. It is rich in nutrients such as vitamin C, vitamin K, folic acid and minerals that are important for hair and scalp health.

All of these nutrients are bundled together in the CORIASE Hair & Vital product. But also find out about the Hair Active capsules and the Moringa Mix powder to stop hair loss and stimulate hair growth in women.

What is special about YELASAI nutritional supplements?

All products are gluten-free and contain no colors or preservatives. The products are produced in Switzerland under GMP-compliant conditions. Since the micronutrients are incorporated separately into plant cell groups, disruptive reactions between the micronutrients can be ruled out. This also slows down the release but lasts longer. Since the dietary supplements do not contain hormones, nanoparticles or petroleum products, they can be taken safely. All YELASAI products are supplemented with natural, fermented herbs.

The right hair care to stop hair loss in women

Regardless of the cause of hair loss, it is important to properly care for damaged and weakened hair. YELASAI also offers its own care series for this purpose, which can promote natural, vital and strong hair growth. Customers can purchase a complete care range, consisting of shampoo, tonic, conditioner or hair mask. There are special care products for the beginning of hair loss as well as for the care of an inflamed scalp, especially thin and fine or greasy hair.

What is special about YELASAI hair care products?

The care range is completely free of fragrances, colors, flavors and preservatives and was carefully manufactured and tested in Switzerland. These are natural hair growth products without hormones that stop hair loss in women using purely natural ingredients. The sustainable hair care solutions carry the approved nature seal for natural ingredients.

Stopping hair loss in women: What really helps?

A balanced diet rich in nutrients such as iron, zinc, vitamins and proteins can contribute to hair health. Women who want to stop hair loss should maintain a healthy lifestyle, reduce stress and get enough sleep. Gentle hair care habits can also help minimize or stop hair loss. Women should avoid over-styling, heat treatments, and harsh chemicals that can damage hair.

Instead of resorting to medication or invasive procedures such as a hair transplant, affected women can look for suitable hair care products that have a stimulating effect on the scalp and can promote hair growth. The YELASAI product series have been specially developed to promote natural hair growth. Unfortunately, there are no products that stop hair loss in women overnight. If you receive a promise like this, do your research. In order to stop hair loss in women in the long term, a holistic treatment is sometimes necessary, the effect of which simply takes some time. But it lasts and works effectively.