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Why is Hair Loss Becoming More Common?

One of the biggest fingers can be prescribed on contraceptive pills, and more clearly the synthetic progesterone version they contain. Progesterone contains male hormone testosterone, and is a component of pills and hormone replacement therapy (HRT).

It is a progesterone ingredient that can balance women's hormone imbalance against androgens. One progestogen, norethisterone, contains more testosterone levels than any other pill or HRT.

Just like men, women inherit the genetic tendency of Alopecia Androgenetica, which has been lying for many years, so that many people tend to live their lives without realizing that they are in danger of losing their hair.

The increase is attributed to the fact that more and more women are taking HRT pills and contraceptive pills that were largely unheard of decades ago. The commercial world seems to have the ability to cure problems and create two others!

It is interesting to note that when the first contraceptive pill was tested there were suspected cases of hairloss, as much as 50 years ago. It is not in the commercial interest to tell people that the pill can lead to acne, sporadic body and hair growth or hairloss, so the details are largely unknown.

Hair thinning in women is often triggered when they start when they discontinue the pill, in older women this can coincide with the onset of menopause, and when hormone levels are naturally high at the moment, the effects can be quite significant.

It is also known that Alopecia can be placed after childbirth, especially in older women who give birth later in life for example. 35 to 45. Again, in the natural process, women are very prone to changes due to hormone decline and natural pregnancy stress on the body.

Most cases of alopecia that result from childhood obesity are genetic, and will arrive in time. It is only in a small number of cases that alopecia androgenetica is triggered by child bearing.

Another big culprit nowadays is working under pressure as well. Women in the top job are more and more common, and this can lead to changes in sleep, diet and body function — all of which are a perfect trigger for Alopecia. Be careful before you commit to 60 hours a week, high pressure work!


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