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One of the very main and common reasons for hair loss in women is physical or emotional stress. Divorce, a big surgery, trauma, etc. can all be major stress-inducing factors, and, therefore, one may experience a significant amount of hair-loss during this period. It happens as a result of your body putting effort into directing its resources towards getting you through the situation. Physical changes like sudden weight loss, high fever, etc., can also result in hair loss.

A: False. Unfortunately, genetic hair loss is a lifelong condition and surgery only alleviates one of the symptoms. You will continue to lose hair but all of the preventative measures we’ve covered above will help slow the process down and strengthen the hair you still have.

firstly go for an ultrasound to check if u still have the pco or not. if its cured then discontinue the medicine. they are very harmful for your body. u sud go for homeopathic for the treatment of pco. and for hair loss nothing much can be done. but u can enhance its growth by washing ur hair with amla, ritha and shikakai powder. and after few months u will see new hair coming.

Just breathe—seriously, it could help! Both sudden and chronic stress can halt hair growth. If you’ve been through a challenging experience (divorce, job change), hair should grow back. If you’re under constant pressure, master meditation—easier said than done, but your hair will thank you. (Find the meditation style that matches your personality, here.)

In some cases, a hormonal abnormality, such as excess male hormones known as androgens, may be responsible for hair loss in women. One clue that hormones are involved is if the hair loss pattern resembles that of a man’s hair loss. This can be treated with prescription medications such as spironolactone or oral contraceptives.

although I have plenty of hair round the sides I was rather thin on top, and quite bald on the crown. So I started using onion juice to kick start the folicles. Then after, started to use juiced ginger. After a minute or so of either application I rubbed in coconut oil, and left the mixture on for an hour or so. Problem with wishing to see the hair growth as soon as possible, hair is slow growing and new hair is even slower, so one will have to wait 3 months for a good result. So, once or twice a week use onion and the same with the ginger. I found white onions are best, grate on the smallest hole ( not much needed)…..bonus, white hair turns black.

Both emotional and physical stress (such as a serious illness or recovery from surgery) have been associated with hair loss. It is possible that stress induces hormonal changes that are responsible for the hair loss, since hair loss is a known consequence of other hormonal changes due to pregnancy, thyroid disturbances, or even from taking oral contraceptives.

All hair loss is not the same, and there are, unsurprisingly, many potential causes of hair loss in women. Here are a few of the most common types and their causes (and keep in mind this list is not exclusive — your physician will be the one to help discover the cause of your hair loss, which may not be included here).

According to a recent study published in the International Journal of Dermatology, caffeine can help perk up hair growth. Turns out, caffeine stimulates the hair shaft and helps it grow by blocking the effects of DHT, a chemical known to damage follicles. Unfortunately, it’s not as easy as drinking a few more cups of coffee: The study examined a topical application. It could take up to 60 cups of coffee a day to get the results that the study saw, but there are plenty of caffeinated shampoos on the market. And it’s really worth a shot: A previous study found similar results and said that caffeine boosted the length of hairs by as much as 40 percent.

If you tried these home remedies, we guarantee you that you will stop having hair fall problems, it will reduce hair dandruff, reduce premature graying of hair. your hair will grow faster and you will have shiny, healthy, stronger, longer hair.

Hey thanks for sharing this…. WOW Came here looking for my hair problem but got lot more. Things I have been meaning to do but never got around doing you made me take a pause and think. Thank you. I believe if I do these things not only my hair issues but a lot of issues will be taken care of. Keep up the good work. Sharing the post with my friends now.

Nope, it’s not itchy because of that. You may need to get used to it (my case), or you don’t tolerate it well. I suggest you keep going and see if the itch goes away after a while and then reevaluate. You could also try a minoxidil with a lower alcohol formula.

Male pattern hair loss is very common and usually has a genetic/familial component. Classic patterns include a receding hairline, involving thinning at the frontal-temporal areas, or on the crown of the scalp. These scalp areas are affected because they have “5-HT” receptors that bind testosterone. Interestingly, the hair in the back of the scalp does not have these testosterone-binding receptors, which make them the ideal place to harvest for hair transplants. When they are transplanted to the front or top of the scalp, they will not become testosterone-sensitive, so the transplanted hairs will not fall out faster or patterned, as the old hairs did.

If this all sounds futuristic, it is. But there are good reasons this kind of technology will move forward. Today, Americans spend $800 million on hair restoration surgery. And they’d spend a lot more if the surgery got faster and better.

Updated by: Kevin Berman, MD, PhD, Atlanta Center for Dermatologic Disease, Atlanta, GA. Review provided by VeriMed Healthcare Network. Also reviewed by David Zieve, MD, MHA, Medical Director, Brenda Conaway, Editorial Director, and the A.D.A.M. Editorial team.

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