Menopausal hair loss: effective remedies and treatment
What is the link between hair loss and menopause? In general, hair loss is strongly affected by hormonal imbalances. During this very delicate phase of every woman's life, the cessation of estrogen production by the ovaries can cause hot flashes, night sweats, and even hair loss.
According to a study, published inMenopause (The North American Menopause Society) which involved 178 postmenopausal women, hair loss affected 52.2% of participants involved.
Thinning hair causes, more in women than in men, a state of discomfort, even shame, and generates nervous stress, which is co-responsible in the alteration of the hair growth phases and its thinning.
There are effective remedies and treatments to combat menopausal hair loss. Let's look at them together!
How to treat menopausal hair?
During menopause, hair tends to become more brittle and thin, and the skin is often irritated. Why? Estrogen helps retain water, keeping the skin hydrated. Without them, the skin is more prone to suffer from severe dehydration.
The areas most affected by thinning are the head and temple area. In rarer cases, some women complain of loss of large strands of hair while brushing or in the shower.
However, hormonal imbalances are only partly responsible for hair loss: stress, poor diet, smoking or excessive alcohol consumption, as well as the use of harsh shampoos play their part!
If you lead a hectic life that does not allow you to have a regular diet, it is likely that your intake of vitamins and minerals is insufficient for the health of your hair.
How to take care of menopausal hair? First of all,:
1. don't underestimate stress: menopause is already a delicate time, don't accumulate additional stress, but devote yourself to activities that make you feel good and relaxed;
2. do not use harsh products, but opt for a Strengthening Shampoo, Suitable for frequent use and indicated in cases of hair loss and thinning hair;
3. prefer a healthy, balanced diet, combining it with constant physical activity;
4. drink plenty of water throughout the day: proper hydration only leads to health benefits for skin and hair;
5. consider taking specific supplements to stimulate hair regrowth, strengthen the hair bulb, and rebalance the skin.
Supplements for menopausal hair
To maintain healthy, thick hair even during menopause, supplements can play a key role. Best to choose specific ones, paying attention to the label: as the doses of active ingredients vary, the effectiveness of the product will also vary.
We recommend natural supplements. In particular, those with the Powerful Tricostrong CPX® molecule, an effective hair regrowth stimulator with scientifically proven efficacy.
TheNutricum Tricostrong® hair supplement contains this molecule and-as the numerous testimonies show-enables hair thickening and the slowing of hair loss. In just 6 months of treatment, this natural hair supplement can visibly improve the entire hair structure.
The high percentages of vitamins and minerals in Tricostrong CPX® enable the following:
- stimulate new hair growth;
- stop hair loss;
- Promote the production of keratin;
-strengthen the hair bulb.
How to take Stanartis hair supplements?
In addition to the tips we discussed above, introduce the supplement Nutricum Tricostrong® into your daily routine:
Step 1: Take 2 tablets daily with a glass of water, after your main meal
Step 2: Continue taking the 2 tablets every day for 6 months every day
Step 3: After 6 months have passed, stop the treatment for 30 days. After that, resume the treatment normally
Constancy helps you achieve concrete and visible results with Nutricum Tricostrong®. By taking the supplement every day, you will notice the first results as early as the third month.
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