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Hormonal Imbalance and Hair Loss

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Hormonal Imbalance and Hair Loss

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  1. Can Hormonal Imbalances Cause Fading Hair | Hair Plus Advance You may consider going through hair restoration if you start to see more loose hairs falling on your bathroom sink, pillow or any surface. You do not need to be paranoid, since millions of women and men go through some form of hair loss when they reach the age of 20 or 30. The good news is that there are options available for reversing the condition or at least delaying it, but what causes hair fall in the first place? The most common report that ladies give regarding their thinning condition as a result of hormone imbalances due to phases like menopause and pregnancy. Women who experience having loose hair during hormonal imbalances may be sensitive to these changes, even if they have themselves tested and the results turn out normal. This case is particularly true when it comes to hormones that come from the thyroid gland. The thyroid is often the root cause of thinning hair associated with hormonal imbalance. This circumstance is usually a sign that your thyroid gland is not working well, and since it controls hormones that impact almost all aspects of your health (from the body’s growth to its ability to absorb nutrients), it is important to maintain equilibrium within the hormones for healthier hair. The two conditions for hair loss linked to the thyroid gland are known as “hypothyroidism” (a deficiency in hormones) and “hyperthyroidism” (too many hormones). Let us look at other hormone changes that lead to fading hair: - Testosterone: Males will have grey hair, bald heads, sparse beards and body hairs will get loose. - Progesterone: Females will have unwanted hairs in places and will have bald heads. - Growth Hormone: Signs of graying hair, loose hair around the ear area, wispy and thin hair. Basically hair that has lost its shine or body. - Estrogen: Females will have unwanted hairs in places and will have bald heads. - DHEA: Females will lose hair around the armpits and will have bald heads. - Cortisol: Females will have unwanted body hair and will be bald in certain areas of the head. - ACTH: Hair will become white or grey, and balding will occur in circular patches. Most hair restoration Australia can easily be implemented once the root cause of the problem is found through testing, but it is best to do this sooner rather than later. As with all medical procedures, please consult your doctor.