Diffuse hair loss has many triggers – what causes yours?
Causes of female hair loss : Diffuse hair loss has many triggers – what causes yours?
Diffuse hair loss can have many different causes.
The colloquialism of “being so stressed I want to tear my hair out” actually has a vein of truth to it; high levels of physical and/or emotional stress (or a combination of the two) can lead to hair loss in both men and women.
Experts agree that a healthy diet with the right mix of protein, iron, and other necessary nutrients can help improve the health and appearance of your hair. A balanced diet can give your hair everything it needs to stay healthy and look great.
3- Disease and medications
Numerous diseases can affect the state of your hair growth. These include some skin diseases as well as chronic diseases, e.g. diabetes, rheumatism and Crohn’s disease or infections associated with fever. Medications can also be a trigger.
Hair loss after childbirth often takes some women completely by surprise. But, in fact, it’s perfectly normal. Afterbirth, the estrogen levels in a woman’s body drop significantly, slowing down hair growth and sending most hair follicles in the resting stage. This results in a temporary increase in daily hair loss. Most women gain their hair back by their child’s first birthday, so there is usually no need for concern.
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Whatever the trigger of your hair loss – hair loss should be treated medically. The Pantogar® anti-hair loss formula with its specifically formulated active substance complex can dependably stop diffuse hair loss.
See for yourself with an intensive treatment over 3-6 months.
Pantogar® active ingredients
Pantogar® supplies the hair with the vital substances that it needs to form new hair cells. And it does this in the exact dosage and combination that can optimally activate hair growth.
Pantogar® Hair loss is a very personal issue that many women and men do not like to talk about. But why not? There is no reason to be ashamed of hair loss. The more openly people affected talk about it, the easier it is for other women and men to get their hair loss treated and to put it behind them.