Female Hair Loss Treatment
So far I have been talking mainly about male-pattern balding, and how it can be treated. But what about the millions of women out there who suffer from female hair loss?
I never knew it was such a widespread issue, until a nice lady contacted me after coming across my site and told me how hair loss had plagued her life. And she wondered whether a natural hair loss product, like Provillus was effective on women too.
After chatting to her about it, I realized that thinning hair and balding must be one of the most devastating hair problems for women. Grey hair can be colored and conditioners can make your hair supple, but there really is no simple quick fix for extreme hair loss.
Anyhow, after a little bit of investigation, this is what I discovered about female-pattern balding, and how it can be treated.
Female hair loss is generally caused from one or more of the six factors below:
1) Hereditary: Where both your parents or their parents suffer from hair loss, then there is a good chance you will too. Unfortunately this is a permanent condition.
2) Stress/Anxiety: Life-altering events like a death or divorce, or even financial difficulties can badly affect your hair growth. Luckily, this is a temporary condition, where your grows back once stress is relieved.
3) Disease: Certain diseases, like Diabetes or Lupus often cause hair loss. Once more, when the disease is controlled, so is the hair loss. Drugs used for these diseases can cause hair loss too, but once the drugged is stopped, your hair usually grows back.
4) Diet/Exercise: Having an unhealthy diet, with a lack of hydration and exercise can often increase your rate of hair loss. So all you need to do is have a healthier lifestyle.
5) Skin or Scalp Infections: Like certain diseases, a skin or scalp infection can cause your hair to fall out. Only once the infection is cured, will your hair grow back to normal.
6) Menopause: With the onset of menopause, and a fluctuation in your hormones, it is possible that you may experience hair loss. This could be permanent, but not always.
So what happens if you have permanent hair loss?
If your hair loss is as a result of genes or your hormones, then you could be losing hair in 2 ways. Either you have female pattern hair loss, where you lose your hair on the top of your head, but not on the back. Or non-patterned, where your hair slowly thins all over until your head appears bald. Now depending on which category you fall under, there are a few, but limited, options available.
You could use a natural hair loss product specifically made for women, like Provillus For Women. This is important, since using a male hair loss product can be dangerous.
With the help of their natural herbs, vitamins, minerals, and minoxidil, a product like Provillus For Women helps slow down your hair loss, and promote hair regrowth.
Your second option is a rather fortunate one since wigs have now become fashion accessories, even for women with normal hair. Just make sure your wig is not too tight, otherwise it could worsen your hair loss.
Your third option is only available for women with patterned balding. It is a hair transplant, where hairs from the back of your head are, one by one, implanted to the where you are balding. However, this is an extremely expensive procedure (often $10,000), that is not covered by health insurance.
The cheapest and safest option would be to try Provillus. What make this oral supplement effective is that it helps block DHT (a type of testosterone that causes 95% of hair loss). It also works to stimulate your scalp and reawaken your dead hair follicles.
If you do plan on going the product route, make sure you use a reputable company that at least offers a money-back guarantee if you don’t see results. I know Provillus has a 90 day refund policy, where you can try the product out for a full 3 months, and still get your money back if it doesn’t work for you.
At the end of the day female hair loss treatment is a personal choice. If your hair loss is getting you down and negatively affecting your life, then it is best to do something about it.
Also, I know many women often feel the need to be as attractive as possible. If you are one of those women, then do something about your thinning hair. Just remember to identify the cause and choose your female hair loss treatment accordingly.
I wish you the best of luck!