The declining levels of hormones
during menopause is the primary cause
of female hairloss. When the levels
of female hormones fall, the effects
of androgens (male hormones) can
increase, causing certain hair follicles
to shrink (miniturize)…Learn More



Post-partum hair shedding or even
bald patches are common as the body’s
hormone levels normalise. After you
give birth, your estrogen levels take a
tumble and a lot more hair follicles enter
the resting stage…Learn More


#3 Stress

Stress contributes greatly to hair loss.
In extreme stress, the adrenal gland
goes into overdrive, and the increase
in adrenaline can lead to an increase
in the production of testosterone and
dihydrotestosterone which, without
enough estrogen to counter balance…
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