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Prenatal Vitamins for Hair Growth: Prevent the Post Pregnancy Shed

Prenatal vitamins are supplements taken during pregnancy and before pregnancy. They’re similar to regular multivitamins. The difference however is that prenatal vitamins have been specially designed with vitamins and minerals needed by pregnant women – particularly: folic acid, iron, and calcium1. There have been several claims as to how and why prenatal vitamins enhance hair …

Hair Growth Vitamins for Women

Hair loss and alopecia are more common in men; however, women can also suffer from these conditions for a number of reasons. PCOS (polycystic ovaries syndrome) is one of the most common causes of hair loss in women, as the ovaries produce more testosterone than normal, which leads to elevated DHT (dihydrotestosterone). Stress and hormonal …

Hormones and Hair Loss in Women

Given the current epidemiological data regarding alopecia, it’s fair to say it affects more men than women worldwide, especially when it comes to the more severe forms of the condition – approximately 63% of sufferers are men, and 36% are women (R.A. Schwartz, C.K. Janniger. Alopecia areata. 1997; 59:238-41). In men, alopecia is generally caused …

Ladies: Take Ten Years Off Your Appearance by Boosting your Hair Growth

I’ve been watching the UK television programme, 10 Years Younger, with Nicky Hambleton-Jones. It’s interesting seeing the different women; how they look before they go through the anti-ageing treatments and how they look afterwards. There’s one big thing I’ve noticed from watching these different women go through the transformation process: Short hair really makes you …

Is it possible to reverse traction alopecia (hair loss caused by tight braids, weaves, etc)?

I am afraid that i may have traction alopecia from wearing braids and putting chemicals in my hair so now my sides are ruined. My question is, is there any way lost hair follicles can be revived? Yes, to some extent. First of all stop tying your hair up tightly right now and don’t braid …

Is this information relavent to female hair loss as well as male hair loss?

My eBook focuses largely on hormone based hair loss. Hormonal imbalance is one of the the underlying cause of ‘androgenic alopecia’ (hair loss relating to the male sex hormones). However my instructions are in fact highly relevant to female hair loss sufferers as well. Achieving well balanced hormones is vitally important for healthy hair growth. …