Pregnancy & Hair Loss

Posted on October 31, 2011

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First & foremost… Congratulations on your pregnancy!

Hair loss can occur during and after pregnancy due to a high level of activity in hormonal changes.
One of the biggest changes is a change in the hair than the rest of the body. It may be thin or fall, or it can thicken. To understand why this happens during pregnancy and what you can do to help this problem and help to combat thinning hair loss or excessive hair growth.The hormones have many effects on the hair. The main reason for your hair changes during pregnancy is changing hormones. Estrogen plays an important role in how your hair is shaped. If your hair starts to grow back faster and thicker, is more likely because there is a higher amount of estrogen that moves through your body. Estrogen is transferred to the hair follicles on your body to increase the rate of growth. There will be additional nutrients are provided by increased estrogen, which also increase hair growth. This is usually the result of the metabolism of estrogen, which can go faster, which in turn provides additional nutrients throughout the body.

Another change you may notice that pregnancy is a change of style. Your hair can not only be full or thin, but can also switch directly to curly, or have the opposite effect. This is generally attributed to hormonal changes as well. The increase of the hormone that is automatically moves to the cerebral cortex, where the hair begins to grow and add texture. Usually, this will not return until the hormones return to normal after pregnancy.

These same changes also occur when the baby is born. You may notice that your hair is thinning or falling. In general, three in the first six months of pregnancy causes a change in the hair. This should be expected and is normal after pregnancy. This usually happens because estrogen levels can return to normal, and slow down the nutrients, which moves through your body.

 If your hair falls out during pregnancy because of not getting the nutrients your body needs. Without these essential nutrients your body can not produce the amount of estrogen you need. One thing to consider is whether the hair falls out during pregnancy. If this occurs, it is likely that the result of not receiving enough nutrients for your body to produce adequate amounts of estrogen. This is particularly a problem in the first quarter due to morning sickness and nausea. It is important to ensure you are getting the proper amount of nutrients during this time to allow your body to maintain balance.

Knowing what changes your body goes through pregnancy will help you adjust your routine to keep hair healthy. A supplement of vitamins and other minerals can also help your hair and scalp healthy and your manage your hair fall during & after pregnancy.

Neeta’s Herbal Hair Loss Centre provides the most natural hair care products & hair loss treatments to treat post-pregnancy hair loss.

For more information, visit us at http://www.neetasherbal-sg.com or call us at 63976322 for a Free consultation & scalp analysis.

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