So are there any indications that we can look out for in order to catch thinning hair loss before it gets to late? Early enough to do something to reverse it perhaps?
Oral Products: Some tablets exist that, when taken monthly, can prevent the development of young fleas into adults. Though you will still need to use something to kill the adult fleas, these products are effective in keeping the situation from worsening. Some are also available as twice yearly injections.
For people like Carol, growth stimulators are the best type of hair loss solution. However, if they couple it with other types of treatment, it will produce excellent results as growth stimulators just enhance the health of your hair. It doesn’t do much for stopping hair loss in the first place.
In the late 19th century they added soap shaving which gave the shampoo its lather. Unfortunately this made your head itch and feel uncomfortable, so they started boiling the shavings first, adding some herbs and essential oils and together they gave great shiny, clean hair.
Estrogen slows hair growth and makes the growth phase longer, so more hairs are in the growth phase at any one time. As a woman enters the menopause years, her estrogen levels begin to drop. The growth phase is shorter. More hairs are in the resting phase. If this is a natural menopause, she may notice a gradual change. If she has chemotherapy that destroys her ovarian function or a “surgical menopause” with removal of both ovaries and no replacement of her hormones, she will notice this drop immediately. She will be dealing with all the symptoms of menopause like hot flashes. Then she will notice the hair loss, skin thinning and vaginal dryness that go along with lack of systemic estrogen.
There are plenty of available hair loss in women treatments that can help deter further hair loss and prevent you from becoming bald, so do not panic. Some treatments can even promote new hair growth. If you cause yourself more stress, you will only aggravate the problem even further. You can choose the latest high-tech treatments or you can go natural and choose herbal treatments instead.
Medical studies on these symptoms reveal that their common denominator is hormonal. The decreased or loss of interest in sexual activities, mood swings, hair loss skin dryness are due to hormonal changes within the body. These signs are common manifestation of hormone imbalance.
Don’t use combs, but soft brushes and try to avoid things like hair spray. Using a “good” mousse (I use Clairol Condition) or soft gel after washing can give your hair additional body without harming the hair.