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Thinning hair can severely knock a woman’s confidence or affect her mental health. Unfortunately female hair loss is a common problem but it can be treated with lifestyle changes, treatments and products.
Thinning hair can severely knock a woman’s confidence or affect her mental health. Unfortunately female hair loss is a common problem but it can be treated with lifestyle changes, treatments and products.
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Thinning Hair In Women

Hair thinning in women is a commonly experience but it’s usually a gradual process and doesn’t result in the baldness that men suffer. Female hair thinning usually occurs across the entire scalp exposing the skin beneath which gives the impression of hair loss. Women with thinning hair are likely to retain hair but the drop in texture and thickness changes its appearance making it appear thin and of poor quality.

How To Stop Hair Thinning

Thinning hair in women is more likely to happen as they age. Menopause and the resulting decrease in oestrogen is one of the most common reasons for thinning hair which is distressing and confidence-sapping but you can take steps to stop it. It’s important to act on thinning hair if it distresses you.

Scalp Massage

Some therapists recommend scalp massage as a way of stimulating blood flow to the follicles because one of the main reasons for hair loss is reduced blood flow to the scalp. Scalp massage may improve circulation and improve hair growth as well as reducing anxiety so take your time and massage circles into your scalp to boost circulation.

Stop Smoking

If you smoke you are more likely to experience hair thinning because smoke damages your hair. This is because smoke reduces blood circulation and the amount of oxygenated blood that flows to your scalp which has a direct impact on the health of your hair.

Improve your diet

There is some evidence that a healthy diet can help support against hair thinning and in terms of your health its one of the best ways to improve your outlook.

A diet that doesn’t include enough vitamins and minerals will manifest itself in poor hair, skin and nail condition as the body takes all the available nutrients to maintain vital organ function.

Eating salty, fatty foods on a regular basis means you won’t be getting enough of the nutrients your hair needs so boost your intake of beans, cheese, nuts, red meat, leafy green veg, chicken and tofu to increase your iron and protein levels which are needed to fight thinning hair.

Avoid harsh hair care

Thinning hair is not as strong as thick healthy hair so you’ll need to alter your hair care routine if it’s harsh. Choose a moisturising hair thickening shampoo with natural ingredients and use a conditioner to remove any tangles. Perfumes and additives can affect hair’s shine and irritate the scalp so use natural and unscented shampoos that moisturise and soothe your head.

Harsh treatments like perms, dyeing and bleaching reduce the moisture and quality of your hair so cut back if you have regular hair treatments. You should also avoid roughly brushing your hair or wearing hairstyles that pull on your roots such as cornrows, ponytails and braids.

Check your medications

If you take regular long term medications it is worth speaking to your doctor as some can cause thinning hair as a side effect.

What Causes Thinning Hair?

The process of thinning hair may take a while and be slow to the point that you don’t notice it’s thinning. Causes of women’s hair thinning include genetics, illness, stress, giving birth or medical treatments. Women can experience hair thinning though female pattern baldness too although this usually affects women over 65.

The main reasons for women’s thinning hair are:

Alopecia

Alopecia can cause patchy hair growth and gradual thinning through to total hair loss. It’s caused by problems with the immune system, scarring, an accident or stressful event, traction and medical conditions or treatments. In a lot of cases hair thinning caused by alopecia will grow back but this is not always the case.

Female Pattern Hair Loss (FPHL)

Male pattern baldness is well known but women can experience the same kind of hair loss. Female pattern hair loss may start with thinning and be caused by menopause but experts haven’t uncovered all the reasons yet. Hair usually thins on top of the head, widening the hair parting but total baldness in women is rare. Female pattern hair loss happens when fallen hair is replaced with thinner, finer and brittle replicas. Eventually follicles stop producing any hair at all as they shrink and close.

Pregnancy

Expecting a baby can cause hair thinning as it may speed up the rate at which hair grows and falls out. Some women worry they are losing hair during pregnancy but these changes often stop when your hormones return to normal after the birth.

Menopause

During peri-menopause and full menopause women experience a drop in oestrogen. This creates a chain reaction of changes to hormone levels. The symptoms of menopause include sweating, flushing, mood changes and thinning hair.

Medical Conditions

Conditions such as anaemia, which is common in menstruating women, can lead to a lack of red blood cells and because red blood cells carry oxygen around the body it means not enough oxygen reaches the scalp. Auto immune diseases, polycystic ovaries and fungal infections can lead to hair thinning in women too.

Stress or Trauma

Stressful events such as bereavement and divorce can trigger hair thinning as can physical stress like a bad fever. Thinning hair in women may be noticed after a bout of illness or an upsetting period.

Rapid Weight Loss

Extreme diets stress your body and by withholding certain food groups your hair won’t get the nutrients it needs to look thick and full. Thinning hair in women can be the result of a dramatic weight loss so if you need to lose weight do so gradually and sensibly to avoid any adverse effects on your locks.

How to Treat Thinning Hair

If you have thinning hair and want to treat it there are plenty of options to support you.

Thinning hair is not always a medical condition. If you have seen your doctor to rule out medical conditions then thinning hair does not need to be addressed, it’s a natural part of ageing that some women are happy to accept. However, if you want to find the best hair thinning treatment and boost your flagging confidence it’s worth starting with hair thickening products.

Hair thickening products / topical treatments

Hair that is fragile and thin needs stimulation at the roots but a gentle formulation on the shaft. Try a specially formulated topical supplement or hair thinning shampoo. These are popular hair thinning treatments.

Topical solutions are applied to the whole head so they can address female hair thinning with essential vitamins and minerals directly onto the scalp. They can improve the overall look of the length, density and strength of your hair quickly and soothe the scalp which can become sore or inflamed by exposure to the environment around you.

Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT)

Low level light therapy is a new scientific technique developed to help men and women with hair loss. Low level wavelengths of light stimulate cell activity and boosts the blood supply to your hair follicles. This means more nutrients get to your scalp. A laser helmet can deliver LLLT quickly and effectively to your thinning hair and they are easy to use. Clinical studies suggest that hair growth is increased by 37% in women who use a laser helmet.

Supplements / Tablets

Another way to thicken your thinning hair is by taking a nutritional supplement.

A multi-vitamin may help but specialist thinning hair supplements contain the vitamins and minerals needed for strong hair growth in women. This is important because hair thinning in men and women happens for different reasons. Targeting the nutrients you need as a woman will improve your hair’s appearance more rapidly, potentially producing healthier and fuller hair growth. The sooner you are able to start taking a thinning hair supplement the more hair thinning you could prevent so don’t delay if you’re beginning to notice hair loss.

Be Patient

Although it is distressing to experience hair thinning you will need patience with any form of thinning hair treatment. Hair growth takes time and whether you are waiting out an illness, taking a supplement or using a topical treatment you need patience because hair grows slowly for everyone.

Cover up

If hair thinning is severe you may want to look into a wig or hair piece. Modern wigs are better quality than those from decades ago and the NHS will provide a wig if you experience more than 50% hair loss because of medical treatments or illness. In general women’s hair thinning is not seen as an illness so it’s likely you’ll need to pay for one privately.

Improving your diet

Poor quality thin hair may be the result of too much fat, sugar, artificial sweetener, alcohol and processed foods. Improve your diet with more water, fruit, leafy green vegetables and cook from fresh whenever you can to boost thinning hair.

Be Gentle

Avoid pulling or tugging on your hair to prevent breakage and fallout. Ideally, you should let your hair dry naturally and avoiding heat or harsh styling tools, however, most women choose to style their hair. If you must use a hairdryer choose the lowest heat and swap your hair straighteners for a wavy style or hair straightening brush.

Medications

There are prescription medications for hair loss but they are not suitable for women. Men’s prescription hair medications won’t work for female hair thinning because they interfere with the conversion of testosterone to DHT that causes male hair loss. There is no evidence this medicine works for women and it may cause side effects that adversely affect your health. Some over-the-counter vasodilator medications may help support women with thinning hair but they can also cause side effects and aren’t suitable for some women with health conditions or those that take medications.

Don’t underestimate the impact thinning hair can have on your self esteem and mental well-being. Hair can be our defining feature and without it we can feel lost, isolated and embarrassed.

Fight against hair thinning by checking out your overall health, improving your diet and considering the best treatment for thinning hair that can strengthen what you have and help boost re-growth. Hair thinning in women is common, but it doesn’t have to stay that way.

*It is important to note that the results of our products may vary with each individual user. You should always use these products alongside a nutritionally balanced diet and a regular exercise regime. All customer reviews found on this website are genuine.

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