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9 Hair Loss Treatments During Menopause

April 25, 2019

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 Hair Loss Treatment Woman Applying Oil Mask on Hair Menopause brings changes that most women find difficult to deal with like the famous hot flashes and mood swings, apart from dry skin and decreased libido. But out of all these annoying alterations, there is one that can cause the most distress: hair loss. It can really take a toll on a woman's self-esteem to see that their crowning glory is not the same any longer and might not be ever again.

The proportion of women who experience hair thinning around or after menopause is as high as forty percent. However, most people underestimate female hair loss for several reasons: for starters, it is more discreet than male hair loss and not expected as commonly. Additionally, the warning signs go unnoticed for a long time. Once they start becoming evident, it is time to look for consistent and effective hair loss treatment for women that helps recover confidence and boost hair growth.

Let's discuss menopause and hair loss and discover the best x hair loss treatments during menopause.

Signs of Menopause Hair Loss

As mentioned before, there are subtle signs of hair loss that may start long before menopause but aren't as evident. What happens during menopause is that it brings hormonal changes that accelerate the hair loss process. These are the most common signs:
  • Excessive hair shedding. You notice many more hairs on your pillow, brush or the shower drain after shampooing.
  • Overall hair thinning. You seem to have less hair all over the scalp.
  • Thinner, weaker hair.
  • A smaller ponytail, a wider part or a slight recession of the frontal hairline.

9 Hair Loss Treatments for Menopause

There isn't a single cure for menopausal hair loss. Therefore, it is best to combine several approaches and therapies among the ones we are about to describe. Treating hair loss always implies a change of lifestyle and routine, apart from a good dose of commitment and positivity. Last but not least, you should know that it is crucial to get a medical examination to rule out any other underlying issues that may be causing your hair loss, such as thyroid problems, stress, dramatic weight gain or loss, or skin issues. Talking to your doctor will also ease your mind about other physical issues related to menopause; you'll feel more confident and relieved with professional advice.

1. Hormonal treatment

Hormones are more important than you think for hair growth and hair loss. The declining levels of female hormones can throw the hair growth mechanism out of balance: less estrogen means hair with less gloss and thickness and a shorter growth phase, while the testosterone "surplus" that results from female hormone decline means hair in undesired places, as well as hair fall and thinning in genetically predisposed females.
Hair Loss Treatment Woman With Hormonal Pills After a thorough medical examination, your doctor will tell if Hormone Replacement Therapy and which of its types can really be helpful in your particular case of hair thinning. Bear in mind that HRT needs strict medical surveillance since it can bring some side effects, and if chosen incorrectly might not help with your hair loss problem.

2. Minoxidil

This topical treatment generates hair growth after two to three months of use. It comes in a 5% prescription for women (lower than for men), and it works by stimulating the size of the follicle and the diameter of the hair shaft. The disadvantage is that its use cannot be discontinued, or hair growth will stop. In other words, you should use this treatment for the rest of your life in order to make it work.

3. Hair transplant

Not many women would go for this option, but we still want to tell you what it's about. Surgical hair implantation consists of taking hair from donor sites in your head (places with good hair growth) and transplant it to thinning areas. However, the diffuse hair loss pattern that women usually show makes it difficult to find stable areas for this option to be truly viable. Besides, this treatment is quite expensive.

4. Nourishing treatments

This is one of the most popular ways to fight hair loss. Women with a preference for natural treatments will be inclined to try these options: massages with essential oils to improve circulation, deep conditioning treatments, and thickening oils.
 Hair Loss Treatment Woman Nourishing HairTry rosemary oil, olive oil, thyme oil, or lavender oil because of their properties to stimulate hair growth, but make sure you are consistent with your massage routine. When it comes to deep conditioning treatments and serums, apply them often to strengthen the hair follicle and shaft for thicker strands.

5. Supplements

If you want to improve your overall health at the same time you nourish your hair, supplements are the way to go. Biotin supplements improve shine, strength, and thickness of hair, and nails as well. Vitamin, calcium, vitamin C, and fatty acids are also wonderful for hair growth. As usual, we'd like to remind you to consult your doctor before starting any supplement regimen.

6. Laser units

Laser units or low-level laser therapy penetrate the scalp tissue and stimulate debilitated cells to reactivate, encouraging hair growth. This non-invasive treatment is becoming more and more popular, but it needs commitment. Some people do not get satisfactory results from laser therapy, whereas others experience consistent hair growth. It's a matter of trying and seeing whether it really bears results on you. Preferably, try this treatment if you are in the early stages of hair thinning. And do not use it if you are on any photosensitizing medications.

7. Hairdos

Most women will start here: looking in the mirror and trying to make do with their daily hairstyle to hide thinning spots. While you find a more permanent solution to your hair loss, you should get the right haircuts and dos to add volume and body.

When it comes to haircuts, short styles such as the choppy bob and the pixie can add volume. Layers and uneven bangs do this trick as well. Make sure you visit your hairdresser often, so you keep your hair free of split ends.

Style is important. avoid parting your hair in the middle and opt for a side parting, which makes the hair stick up. Tease hair a bit with a fine-toothed comb and your blow-dryer (always use a diffuser). Avoid hair accessories and ponytails. You can also curl your hair a bit in the right spots.

Hair color can also add dimension and volume to your hair. Try lowlights and highlights, but do all these things with a little assessment from your trusted hairdresser and use high-quality products to avoid any damage to your already frail hair.
Hair Loss Treatment Woman with Comb and Hair on Hand

8. Hairpieces

Sometimes it's just not possible to replace the hair you've lost or cover extensive thinned out areas. For these cases, the best option is wearing a wig or hairpiece. These special pieces come in a variety of hair types, styles, and colors, and can blend in easily with your existing hair. Most of them come with pressure sensitive clips that snap into place using your hair, so with a little practice, you can wear them every day and spend only a few minutes putting it on. You can get front coverage with a fringe, partial top coverage with a small base, and total top coverage with a full base. Once you make the investment on one of these pieces you can rest assured you will have a natural-looking option.

9. Keratin fibers

This is hands down one of the best ways to deal with menopausal hair loss. This product consists of fibers that resemble those of human hair. Their electrical charge is different from that of hair, which helps them to cling to each hair shaft and add thickness, covering bald spots.
Hair Loss Treatment Woman Applying Keratin Fibers on HairKeratin fibers don't clump up or fall onto the forehead; they are resistant to water and sweat. The best thing is that they come in a variety of shades to fit many different hair colors. These keratin fibers don't contain sulfates or parabens and they are enriched with vitamins, horse chestnut extract, and fatty acids. We highly recommend them.

We hope you now have a better idea of the options you can take advantage of to treat menopausal hair loss. At The Cosmetic Republic USA we specialize in natural and advanced hair loss solutions for everyone. Try our products! Call TOLL FREE 1-888-513-8815 or fill out the contact form below to get in touch with us and learn more about our hair loss treatments. Don't forget to subscribe to our newsletter!

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