My physician is especially cognizant of thyroid issues. One sign he considers is hair loss. Some information on the net:
My physican recommends the HCG protocol for weight loss. It was discovered and created by Dr. Simeons whose protocol is found here: http://www.hcgplan.net/Pounds%20&%20Inches.pdf . [He also recommends following the guideline in this book http://www.amazon.com/HCG-Weight-Loss-Cure-Guide/dp/1434842002/ref=la_B002NXS30Q_1_5?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1411912166&sr=1-5] But what my physician doesn’t mention is the hair loss possibly connected with the HCG weight loss plan. Internet testimonials note that temporary hair loss follows the tremendous weight loss on the HCG plan.
Then there’s post partum hair loss. BTW, congratulations Chelsea and welcome Charlotte.
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There are many ideas on why hair loss occurs and it would seem that everyone you talk to has a reason for why it may be happening to you. There are of course only a few scientific proven reasons for hair loss and many of the other reasons are just merely old wives takes. The five most common reason for hair loss are:
The major cause of hair loss is of course DHT. DHT is a hormone. DHT is directly related to and affected by the level of testosterone in the bloodstream. DHT blocks the growth of hair in men and is the cause of most baldness. And even though this is a male hormone, women also have a small amount that runs through their blood, some higher than others. When a female inherits hair follicles that are supersensitive to DHT, they start to lose hair just like men do. Men generally have hair loss concentrated in a specific pattern from the front through to the crown, while women have an overall thinning of the hair throughout the scalp. About half of all people have inherited hair loss by about 50 years of age.
Although not the primary cause of male-pattern hair loss, genetics does have a significant role in male-pattern hair loss. It is unclear whether having an affected mother or an affected father predisposes descendants to greater risks. When hair loss is related to hormones (androgens) and genetics, it is known as Androgenetic Alopecia, or more commonly just balding. Androgenetic Alopecia is an extremely common disorder.
3. Poor Blood Circulation
Hair loss can be attributed to overall poor blood circulation. Studies have shown that the blood flow to the scalp of men and women suffering from hair loss was significantly lower than those not experiencing hair loss.
4. Environmental Pollutants.
Further studies have indicated that pollutants in the atmosphere have contributed to the production of “environmental hormones” which can also contribute to hair loss.
SUMMARY: As you can see there are many factors that can cause hair loss in both men and women but they all have one underlying theme in common, hair follicles that are affected by hormonal “clogging” agents and poor blood and nutrient circulation are less likely to experience a healthy growth cycle.
Not only do you have a lot to contend with already during pregnancy and immediately after the birth, finding handfuls of hair appearing in the shower can be quite concerning and an extra worry that we don’t need. This is very common in pregnancy however. Post partum hair loss is one of those pregnancy side effects that nearly every woman experiences but very few people will talk about is as woman don’t want to admit they may be loosing their hair.
Everyone knows that pregnancy is full of so many physical and emotional changes, no one more than the mother herself. Some of the changes can be a lot to take on. Post partum hair loss is definitely one of those changes that is not discussed openly enough and therefore new mothers sit and worry in silence.
Nearly every woman experiences post partum hair loss to some effect after delivery and especially during and after weaning. This is because of the change in estrogen levels in the body which are elevated until nursing has stopped completely.
In order to help you feel better about post partum hair loss, it can be as simple as taking a trip to the hairdressers to get a new cut. There is a product on the market however that can help promote hair re-growth as well as thickening and strengthening your existing hair. This product is called HarVokse.
What is HarVokse?
HarVokse is a dual action product that not only helps to prevent hair loss but can also stimulate hair re-growth.
Developed by leading Norwegian researchers, HarVokse has been tried and tested in extensive clinical trials and shown to product some amazing results.
How does HarVokse work?
HarVokse is a duel product, being a Protective Treatment Spray and a Hair Regrowth Supplement.
The spray cleanses the scalp and nourishes the hair so that it is thicker, stronger and has more volume.
The supplement stops hair loss at it source, creates hair regrowth and produces thicker, shinier hair.
What are the ingredients in HarVokse?
The main component of HarVokse is a natural marine protein complex which contains a group of proteoglycans that have been shown to regulate the proliferation of cells in dermis (the skin) and which is especially important for the function of the hair follicle and re-growth of the hair. Proteoglycans play an important part in regulating the hair follicle activity, and therefore are necessary to maintain normal hair growth.
HarVokse also contains these other essential nutrients for hair growth:
• Amino acids
• Zinc gluconate
• Extracts of grape skin and grape seeds (antioxidants)
• Vitamin B-complex
• Vitamin E
• Vitamin C
What are the benefits of HarVokse?
Protective Treatment Spray
• Reduce Inflammation
• Fortify & Protect
• Stimulate Re-growth
• Prevent Hair Loss
Hair Re-growth Supplement
• Reduce Hair Loss
• Thicken & Strengthen
• Nourish & condition
• Substantial Re-growth
By ordering the HarVokse two step solution today you can be on your way to fuller, thicker hair that is healthy and replenished leaving you one less thing to worry about following the birth of your baby!!!