Female Hair Loss Causes and Treatments
The first step in finding an effective hair loss treatment is determining the reason the hair is falling out. Hair loss is often a symptom of a bigger problem or problems that must be treated first. And many times, women are suffering from multiple issues that show up as hair loss.
One of the most common causes of female hair loss is stress. And while that may be surprising, it's actually good news because stress can be treated and eliminated with some simple techniques and healthy practices.
Here are three simple ways to reduce stress:
1. Exercise – A great way to reduce stress is daily, consistent exercise. How does exercise relieve stress? By releasing Endorphins, a hormone that is very effective as a mood enhancer. And, research has shown that it's extremely effective for women.
If you're not interested in an intensive fitness regimen, don't fear. You can get all of the stress relieving benefits of exercise from daily activities like walking, cleaning or raking leaves. None of these activities take much brain focus, so you can let your mind relax as you move along.
2. Diet – A diet rich in vitamins B, C, E and A will give the body the nutrition it needs to combat stress. In fact, these vitamins are lovingly called the "Stress Vitamins."
You can get B vitamins from meat, dairy and dark green leafy vegetables like chard, kale and collards. C vitamins are abundant in citrus fruits like oranges and grapefruits, Vitamin A is found in fish and vitamin E is found in nuts, seeds and oil.
If managing your diet to include enough of the foods you need to provide all of these nutrients is another added stress on you, supplements are a great solution.
3. Meditation – A daily meditation session will not only help alleviate stress, but it has also been shown to improve sleep and mood.
There are other options you'll come across as you search for female hair loss treatments - herbal hair loss remedies, standard medications and hair transplants.
Take your time and research all of your options. Remember that you are not alone if you're suffering from female hair loss and you have many options. Don't be embarrassed to speak to your physician or medical care provider if you suspect you have serious health problems.
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