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Hair has always been a symbol and epitome of female beauty and health. Hair loss in women is therefore often associated with a great psychological burden for many. Many also find it difficult to talk openly about their hair loss and withdraw more and more - this can even lead to social isolation. And more and more women are affected by it. A hair growth specialist has made it his business to accompany women with hair problems on their way back to beautiful and vital hair.

Causes and care for hair loss or hair problems in women

Many women experience hair loss during intense phases of their lives. Hormonal changes, for example during pregnancy, menopause or later puberty, can disrupt hair growth. However, psychological triggers as well as nutrient deficiencies can also affect the hair and show corresponding effects over years.

Usually there is not a single trigger, but the combination of various causes such as stress, poor nutrition, crash diets, pregnancy and menopause and many more, ultimately lead to hair loss. Genetically caused hair loss is rather rare in women, but nevertheless more and more on the rise.

Regardless of the type of hair loss that may be affecting you, the advice of a certified hair growth specialist will provide you with a care regimen tailored to you. The sophisticated concept for natural and full hair will be customized according to your needs, ensuring optimal results. Thus, our hair growth specialists provide a natural alternative to hair transplantation. Make an appointment with a hair growth specialist near you and see the results for yourself.

Hair loss in women - the most common causes:

Circular hair loss in women (alopecia areata)

The circular hair loss may become visible anywhere on the head. Within a very short time, bald round or oval spots appear due to the hair loss. These quickly become visible to outsiders, because depending on the hairstyle, the areas can no longer be covered.

In about half of the affected women, these bald spots close over time even without treatment.

However, it is also possible that the hair loss progresses further and leads to the loss of all scalp hair (alopecia totalis). In the worst case, it can even lead to the loss of all body hair, such as the eyebrows, eyelashes and pubic hair (alopecia universalis).

If you are affected by circular hair loss, you should monitor the progress of bald patches on a weekly basis. You can also wait for a while if there is minimal outbreak - small patches on your head that do not bother you (yet). However, if these spots become larger or you are unsure, contact a local hair growth specialist.

Thinning hair in woman

As you age, your hair roots may produce thinning hair.

Often the problem lies with the scalp or it is due to a nutrient deficiency.
But hormonal fluctuations - above all menopause - can also trigger the hair to become thinner and thinner.

If you notice that the hairstyle holds worse and worse, the hair breaks off more and more and is faster with split ends, visit a hair growth specialist. He will be able to quickly recommend the right application for you.

However, it is important to keep in mind that thin hair is not a final fate for most women! With the right approach, you can reactivate your hair growth in just a few months.

Diffuse hair loss in women (diffuse alopecia, telogen effluvium)

The most common form of hair loss in women is "diffuse hair loss". This means that the hair loss affects the entire scalp area and is hardly noticeable at first.

Causes can be hormonal fluctuations, thyroid disorders, iron deficiency, infections, scalp diseases, stress or a fat deficiency and many others.

In advanced stages, bald patches can form, usually along the crown of the head. However, it doesn't have to get that far. A hair growth specialist can provide you with competent advice and guidance.

Hair loss due to medication in women (e.g. chemotherapy)

Drugs and toxins can lead to total loss of scalp hair. The best known is certainly chemotherapy. Here, the hair normally grows back on its own. To bridge the time during the treatment, fashionable wigs and headscarves help.

If, contrary to expectations, the hair comes back in poorer quality than before or not at all, you can contact a hair growth specialist in your area .

You can find more information about hair care during chemotherapy here.

Hair loss during pregnancy

During pregnancy, your body experiences a comprehensive hormonal change. This is often also reflected in a changed skin appearance and changes in the hair. While many women enjoy particularly full, fast-growing hair due to the increased estrogen during pregnancy, others find that they lose more hair. At www.bambiona.de, expectant mothers can find more information.

Causes of hair loss during pregnancy

The reasons for hair loss during pregnancy are often due to inappropriate scalp and hair care in the earlier years. Hair loss can also be caused by a deficiency of vitamins and minerals. With the help of a scalp analysis with a micro camera, a hair growth specialist can indicate possible hair loss at an early stage.

What you can do against hair loss during pregnancy

For mild hair loss during pregnancy, iron supplements (increased dosages are available from your gynecologist) and a change to a diet rich in vitamins and minerals, as well as nutritional supplements, can usually help. Use natural and mild scalp and hair care products such as shampoos and conditioners. Discuss with your hairdresser a more tolerable hair color (possibly switching to vegetable colors), during this time no synthetic hair color should be used on your sensitive scalp. If you notice severe hair loss, a visit to a hair growth specialist can have a calming effect.

Perhaps the hair loss just happens to coincide with pregnancy and has other causes, in which case a visit to a doctor is indicated. In the case of factors such as stress, pregnancy and birth hypnosis or various offers of anti-stress coaching can bring reassurance. Allergic scalp, dry, flaky scalp can usually be quickly remedied by gentle and proper scalp care.

Women need to worry less about temporary hair loss after childbirth. Only the drop in estrogen levels is responsible for this. Hair growth soon returns to normal.

Short eyelashes and thin eyebrows

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