12 Dec 2011

3 Female Hair Causes And Myths

One of the most devastating events in the life of a woman is recognizing she is losing her hair. Hair is one of the first things, second only to her face, a woman will care for because it defines her.
If you are a female and losing your hair and before you rush out and try all the remedies on the market to stop your hair loss, here are some reasons why you may be losing your hair and some myths surrounding female hair loss.

Hair Loss Reasons
Here are three of the most common causes of hair loss in women:
  • Stress- Whether it is a death of a love one or favorite pet, even stress from work, it can cause a woman to lose her hair. When the stress riser is removed, your hair will usually grow back.
  • Medications- Certain medications can cause you to lose your hair, this includes some birth control pills. When you stop taking the medication or even change medications, your hair will usually grow back
  • Female Pattern Baldness- This is the most common type of hair loss in women and comes from the genes you inherit from your parents. The only Federal Drug Administration (FDA) approved medication to stop hair loss and re-grow hair from this condition is Minoxidil.

Myths On Female Hair Loss

Dryers- This is the one myth that is most popular today. But this myth is not true. This probably started because excessive heat can make your hair brittle, it can then break and give the appearance of your hair falling out.

Pattern Baldness For Men Only- Though women will not normally develop a bald patch, this is the most common type of hair loss in women today. The same hormone that causes male pattern baldness causes female pattern baldness. Though caused by the same hormone, a woman will lose her hair uniformly across the scalp and will not normally develop a bald patch like men who have male pattern baldness.

Hats- Another common misconception among women today is that the wearing of hats will cause it to fall out. This also is untrue. The hat sits on top of the scalp and does not affect the hair follicle that actually grows the hair strand.

If you are a woman and you notice you are losing your hair, do not fall for the myths you hear about this type of loss in women. See your doctor or even talk to your stylist about it.
In most cases there is an under lying cause which if corrected can stop your loss and even re-grow what you lost.
Jimmy Chase got into hair styling when he was in the Navy. After the Navy, he continued on in the profession of hair styling and studied how people can have beautiful hair.
Jimmy Chase started losing his hair when he turned 50. He has done lots of studies on loss of hair, in both men and women, to determine what works and what doesn't. He has successfully stopped his hair loss and has even re-grown some of his hair. He wants to help other people learn what he has learned, on dealing with loss of hair and re-growing hair.

He operates the web site http://www.no-longer-balding.com/.

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