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HAIR LOSS MENOPASS: CAUSES, SOLUTIONS AND CARE TIPS

Sweats and constant hot flashes – these are the classic symptoms of menopause. This is usually accompanied by sleep disorders. Also constant mood and cycle fluctuations. Many women also complain about increased hair loss during menopause. You can find out why this is and what you can do about it in the following article.

WHEN DO YOU GO TO Menopause?

When women reach menopause is very individual. Women often begin to change their hormonal balance around the age of 40. From the mid-40s onwards, menstrual periods usually become more irregular. By their early 50s, most women are already in the final stages of menopause. Many women then stopped having their periods for a year or more.

WHY DOES HAIR FALL OUT MORE INCREASE DURING THE menopause?

The hormone estrogen causes strong hair growth. Your hair is shiny and full. During menopause, estrogen levels drop and male hormones increase. The hair root reacts sensitively to the drop in estrogen levels, shortens the growth phases and lengthens the hair's rest periods. This causes increased hair loss.

Furthermore, hair falls out more frequently during menopause and becomes thinner as metabolism slows down with increasing age. This reduces blood flow to the scalp and hair roots. This means that the hair is less supplied with acid and nutrients.

The body can no longer reproduce some keratins. This results in thinner, brittle and more brittle hair. The hair becomes thinner on the top of the head and around the crown. However, they remain fuller on the forehead and sides.

IS HAIR LOSS A SYMPTOM OF Menopause?

Hair loss is not a general symptom of menopause. It depends on whether you are sensitive to the hormone dihydrotestosterone. Only about one in four women experience hair loss during menopause.

WHAT CAN YOU DO ABOUT HAIR LOSS DURING THE Menopause?

Hair loss doesn't just have to be caused by menopause. A diet that does not provide the body with enough vitamins can also cause hair loss, for example.

A protein-rich diet is also important for stronger hair growth. Hair follicles need proteins to keep your hair growing strong.

Another important factor in preventing hair loss is to avoid stress. Meditation, exercise, and activities that help you unwind are good ways to reduce stress.

Silk and bamboo pillowcases are smoother and less likely to rub your hair than cotton. This also prevents premature breakage and over-stressing of your hair.

Proper care is also essential for preventing hair loss.

HAIR CARE FOR FULLER AND STRONGER HAIR

MeMademoiselle's Volume Shampoo contains important ingredients that give your hair volume.

Sodium cocoamphoacetate brings your hair into shape. It contains beer, which consists of yeast, malt and hops and stimulates hair growth. It also soothes the scalp. With their vitamin C, sea buckthorn berries ensure shiny hair. Hydrolized Keratin helps your hair regenerate and repair itself. It also provides suppleness and shine.

Daily brushing can also have a positive effect on hair growth. Regular, thorough brushing stimulates blood circulation in the scalp. This promotes hair growth.

If none of this helps, therapy in which the estrogen deficiency is compensated for or replaced by taking medication may also make sense. However, the administration of estrogens is strictly monitored by a doctor.