Many women are at a loss as to why hair loss is happening to them. And for good reason. The answer is complicated. I have read and dissected all the research on the many possible causes of female hair loss. And one thing seems certain, while there are some obvious causes such as medications and some auto-immune diseases, most often the cause is a combination of factors, which makes it very difficult for a woman or her doctor to pinpoint and solve.
As if the mood swings and hot flushes aren’t enough, hair loss during menopause can be a common but troubling symptom to add to the list of changes your body is going though.
Hair loss during menopause is a big issue for some women, for others it's dry and damaged-looking hair. Both equally troubling and problematic when you see your luscious locks disappear as if before your eyes.
Well actually, one thing, that led to the other. You will be surprised, but yes, I did actually grow my hair back! Read my story...
Believe it or not girls, among some of those other changes we can expect to experience in this decade, our hair can begin to lose its shine, its quality and very often it also becomes noticeably thinner. Perhaps you have noticed your part is becoming wider?