Hormonal Hair Loss
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Hormonal Hair Loss
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Hair Loss Supplements for Hormonal Imbalances
What Is Hormonal Hair Loss?
For many women, hair is intimately tied to confidence and self-esteem. Styling your hair before a night out or a special event is a must for most of us, and having healthy tresses is often perceived as a sign of youth and vitality. However, the female body has a complex system of hormones that fluctuate and change all the time. It may be that there are certain times of the month when hair is glossier, then suddenly hair appears dry and frizzy.
Every stage of a woman’s life presents different hormonal issues that the body has to manage. There are times when it can do this more successfully than others, other times hormone imbalances can lead to hair loss or hair shedding if they are out of balance.
The common side effects we may notice from hormonal imbalances are:
- Thinning, dry or brittle hair
- Decreased energy levels
- Increased hair shedding
- Bald spots in some areas
- Issues with sleeping well.
The menstrual cycle can influence hair health however it is normal to shed around 50-100 hairs per day. If you are losing more than that, there may be a hormonal imbalance you should consider addressing to improve hair health. Pre-menstrual tension (PMS) or the more severe condition Endometriosis (intense pain caused by lining of the womb growing in other areas such as the ovaries) can both play havoc with hormone levels.
Although there is not a direct link to hair loss from these conditions, they may contribute to an overall sense of fatigue, hair shedding and a lack of wellness. The Simone Thomas Wellness Plans can really help to support your body from within to restore your overall wellbeing while improving skin and hair health.
Both pregnancy and the menopause can also affect hair health and inhibit new hair growth. As women, there are plenty of reasons why our hormones may be imbalanced from menopause to pregnancy, to PMS and PCOS , but by getting to the bottom of what is causing our hair loss symptoms you can then focus on finding the right treatment to help.
Thyroid Hormones & Hair Loss
Women are 10 times more likely than men to have an issue with thyroid hormones. If you are facing thyroid problems, such as hypothyroidism (when the metabolism slows down), then hormones are probably being produced to affect the growth of your hair and thinning could take place. You may have an over-active thyroid (Graves’ disease) and be affected with hair loss as well as feeling tired and sluggish. If you feel you may be suffering with thyroid imbalances, it’s important to speak to your GP.
If you’re struggling with hormonal imbalance symptoms, you may have noticed issues with your digestive system. It may be a surprise to learn that gut health has a huge impact on skin and hair condition. Adopting a healthy diet, supported with nutritious supplements, can reverse these negative effects and promote great overall health, including radiant hair and skin.
The Simone Thomas Wellness 3 step hair care plans are carefully designed to reverse the effects of hormones on hair health, reduce stress or anxiety and restore your digestive system to good health.
How Can Supplements Combat Hormonal Hair Loss?
For women suffering hormonal hair loss, alongside the right supplementation, we recommend you follow a balanced diet with plenty of nutritious food to support your gut, skin and hair and give your body the best chance at restoring naturally.
The Simone Thomas Wellness Hair Care Plans are expertly formulated so that you can regain healthy hair, glowing skin and increased feelings of wellness. Each award-winning plan is crafted using natural, gentle ingredients that in combination help to return your body to a healthy, happy state.
The Simone Thomas Ginkgo Hair Care Plan is a targeted treatment in an easy 3 step process to nurture the whole body with essential vitamins, minerals, probiotics and botanicals. The key ingredient ginkgo is a potent antioxidant that protects hair and scalp cells from harmful toxins. Botanical extracts promote stronger hair and encourage follicle growth through the inclusion of iron, magnesium and selenium that nourish you from within.
Biotin, one of the main components in the Simone Thomas Biotin Plan, targets scalp irritation and increases blood flow to the scalp, essential for hair rejuvenation. The essential minerals in this plan, such as collagen and selenium, dramatically improve skin and hair health by encouraging regenerated scalp cells and nurturing hair follicles.
Probiotics are combined into our plans to make sure that good digestive health is promoted for a healthy body. Looking after your gut has a positive effect on hair quality as well as overall wellbeing.
Protecting your skin from the ravages of hormonal imbalances can be a challenge. The SkinQuencher supplements supplies concentrated amounts of marine collagen and vitamin C that enhance overall skin, scalp and hair health.
Discover Your Perfect Hair Loss Treatment for Hormonal Imbalances
Hormonal hair loss can impact your self-esteem and cause your confidence levels to take a hit. The Simone Thomas Wellness Hair Care Plans were created with this in mind to provide your body with the nutrients it needs to reduce anxiety, improve energy levels and feel your best.
Not only will you experience improved brain function and increased levels of wellbeing, but each plan specifically supports healthy hair growth and nurtures the scalp so you can get back to feeling confident.
If you're suffering from hormonal hair loss, you need our Biotin Hair Care Plan, specifically designed to encourage healthy hair growth. For more help or guidance on the health of your hair, contact the Simone Thomas Wellness team.
Download our FREE e-book ‘Natural Ways to Look After Your Lady Garden’ to understand more about women's health and how we can take care of it. Simone Thomas shares insights and advice on various women's health issues such as hormonal imbalances, thrush, PCOS, PMS, Endometritis and many more, with natural ways we can best look after our lady garden to achieve a healthier, happier quality of life.
In this e-book you will find information on:
- The different types of women's health issues explained
- What to do when these health issues occur
- How can we best look after our lady garden's to prevent these issues
- Natural and easy ways to address and improve these conditions, as recommended by Simone Thomas, nutrition advisor and bioenergetic practitioner.
Nutrients to Include:
- Chicken breast
- Wild caught fish
- Organic fruits & vegetables
- Chia seeds
- Mixed nuts
- Brown Rice
- Whole grains
Foods to Avoid:
- All forms of soy products as they contain phytoestrogens
- Dairy products
- Bread, pastries, and desserts
- Artificial Colourings and preservatives
For Men suffering with Testoserone imbalances, you should be incorporating these foods into your weekly diet:
Nutrients to Include:
- Low-fat milk
- Egg yolks
- Fortified cereals
We recommend having an Epsom salt bath at least twice a week for 20 minutes.
Pilates and Yoga is great to switch off and can help with relaxation.