Question by Just_Me: Treating woman hair loss?
I’m 28 years outdated, and regularly dye my hair at house. Lately, I have been under fairly a little bit of pressure as an added reward, I have seen that my hair looks to be getting Extremely slender! I have switched to milder shampoo and am striving volumizing products but I wanna know if there is any hope? What is causing this and can i reverse the results and get fuller hair? Please help. Do not want to be bald by thirty!
Response by BORED
dont dye your hair.
hair dyes are Very severe on your hair.
several a long time back i keep in mind listening to madona was heading bald from dying her hair so considerably and im positive she had this accomplished professionaly so consider not to dye your hair.
pressure is not great both. you may possibly want to chat to your medical doctor about that
and maybe talk to him/her about rogain for female.
its been on the industry for a lot of many years so it should operate.
Very best wishes for you.
And if all else fails… Get a wig.
I have 2. Purple and greeeeen ^_^
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OH you poor thing. I am a guy and have lost most of my hair, so I know how it feels…but being female and suffering hair loss is about 10 times as worse..! You should quit dying your hair for a start, this will fatigue it and lead to faster hair loss. Also are you on any medication? Some medications can cause hair loss too as a side affect. You could try minoxidil which grows hair back after about 3 months of use, or you could also try toppik which covers up thin patches. If however you have alopecia then you will need to see a doctor or specialist for options. Dont give up hope..
Hey Just You,
Hair loss in general is due to hormonal balance, protein deficiency / reduction, a scalp illness of some kind or a hereditary (family issue). The way forward is to:
1. Stop / greatly reduce the home hair dye… This just adds more chemicals to your scalp which could be weakening the hair follicles.
2. Take a vitamin / mineral complex containing silica (something like: http://www.hollandandbarrett.com/pages/product_detail.asp?pid=1113&prodid=1247)
3. In crease your protein intake using a pure protein source like the whey protein used by athletes.
4. Use a simple oil (mustard oil is good, but smells), bio-oil is best, but expensive) to massage into your scalp once a week. leave it on for a a few hours (overnight is best)
5.Don’t wash your hair every day, rather every 2 – 3 days. This allows your hair follicles to rest, regenerate and be in a stable hair-oil environment.
I do all of the above and I have reduced my hair loss (I’m a man with male-pattern balding in the family…). These things may sound silly, but work. Try them…
Best wishes, 1 // 2
I’m very sorry to hear about the pressure you’ve been under lately and noticing thinning hair certainly doesn’t help. More than likely, the stress you’re under is the main cause of your hair issue since it is known to be a major cause of hair loss in both men and women. However, to know for sure and get an idea of how to stop and reverse your loss (which is certainly possible now), I’d suggest scheduling a free consultation with a Bosley physician at one of the many regional offices (all listed on our website).
Our people are hair loss experts who can diagnose the specific cause of your case & recommend appropriate treatment options that will give you the best chance of success. Best of all, the consults are conducted free of charge so at the very least you receive the information you need to move forward in addressing your problem without having to spend a dime for it. Best of luck to you and don’t be afraid to get in touch as we want to help whomever we can face this problem and beat it.