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Menopause And Hair Loss: What Women Should Know About Laser Hair Growth Technology

Menopause And Hair Loss: What Women Should Know About Laser Hair Growth Technology

By Isabel Brown on April 8 2018 11:26 AM About 50 percent of women are experiencing some degree of hair loss before they reach the age of 50. While aging and genetic both contribute to hair loss, it becomes worse during menopause. According to The North American Menopause Society, the women’s bodies produce lower estrogen and progesterone during menopause. These two hormones are significant to hair growth and strength. Hence, an imbalance between these two...

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3 Causes of Hair Loss in Women

3 Causes of Hair Loss in Women

#1 MENOPAUSE – HORMONAL CHANGES The declining levels of hormones during menopause is the primary cause of female hair loss. When the levels of female hormones fall, the effects of androgens (male hormones) can increase, causing certain hair follicles to shrink (miniaturize)…Learn More  #2 PREGNANCY Post-partum hair shedding or even bald patches are common as the body’s hormone levels normalize. After you give birth, your estrogen levels take a tumble and a...

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10 Facts About Women’s Hair Loss

10 Facts About Women’s Hair Loss

10 Facts About Women’s Hair Loss Hair Loss is experienced by men and women alike. However many women suffer in silence and shame. HairMax® cares about your wellness so we put together a few facts to help shed a little light on women and hairless to help break the silence and raise awareness. 1 in 4 women suffers from thinning hair & hair loss. Reports show that over 30 million women are affected...

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Female Pattern Hair Loss

Female pattern hair loss in women has a greater psychological impact than in men. In a Glamour magazine survey, over half of the women stated “if my hair looks good, I look attractive no matter what I’m wearing or how I look otherwise,” and “if my hair isn’t right, nothing else can make me feel that I look good”.  A women’s hair is central to her ‘feeling of self’ and in many...

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The Classification of Hair Loss In Women

We read all the time about the Norwood Hamilton Classification of Hair Loss in males, but we don’t read too much about how female pattern hair loss is classified. The original Ludwig Classification of Hair Loss was a simple 3 grade system that did not depict distinctions in hair loss severity as did the 12 grade system depicted in the Norwood Hamilton Classification of hair loss in males. Ludwig Classification...

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