Intro to Concerns Women Have About Their Hair During Menopause Hair Loss
During menopause, many women experience changes in their hair due to hormonal changes.
Some common concerns women have are thinning hair, hair loss, dry and brittle hair, texture changes, gray hair, and changes in scalp oil production.
All of these issues can have a significant impact on a woman’s
emotional well-being and self-esteem,
causing feelings of self-consciousness,
even social isolation.
Because hair is a significant aspect of a woman’s identity and appearance,
hair loss can be distressing because women worry about
their appearance and how others perceive them.
Fortunately, there are actions you can take to help manage hair changes and improve your confidence and sense of well-being.
Concerns Women Have About Their Hair During Menopause Hair Loss
*****Please note that we are not medical professionals and are not giving any medical advice.******
Here are some actions you can take now to help with the changes in your hair during menopause:
1. Avoid soy, corn syrup, and mercury(fish):
Many don’t realize that soy protein is responsible for phytohemagglutinin,(phyto-plant, hema-blood, glutinin-glue) which is a plastic-like complex that lodges in the finest capillaries of the body.
Some of the finest capillaries are found in the hair follicles and retina of the eye.
Soy is now used in everything from salad dressing, bread, and protein bars, to biofuel, to the ink that is printed in a book.
You may think you don’t get any soy in your diet but think again.
low-carb bread and foods,
and even grilled foods from your favorite restaurant are probably coated with cooking oil (soy) to keep them from sticking to the grill.
Corn doesn’t exactly attack hair follicles, but many nutritionists will tell you that corn products disrupt so many metabolic processes and more that your body will go into emergency mode to get that disruptor out of the body or store it in the fat cells so as to not deal with it.
With your body dealing with all the disruptors, there are minimal to no nutrients left to build hair or anchor that which is growing.
Gluten-free eating has steered the unsuspecting public into corn based-gluten free prepared foods.
By the way, a dastardly additive, maltodextrin, is corn-based.
Mercury is a disruptor of the body’s metabolic processes also and is not just in canned tuna. Watch out for swordfish, mackerel king, orange roughy, tuna, and even yellowtail.
Got amalgam fillings in your teeth?
That’s made with mercury.
2. Eat a nutrient-dense diet:
Taking care of your body from the inside is essential for the health of your hair. Consume plenty of protein because
it provides an amino acid that makes up keratin,
which is the building block of hair.
Great sources of protein are lean meats, beans, fish, eggs, dairy, kale, and asparagus.
If you are vegan, there are choices, yet stay away from soy.
Otherwise, when you see your hair falling, you can’t say we didn’t warn you.
Consume healthy fats, such as coconut, olive, and flaxseed, because they provide your body with long-chain polyunsaturated fats and linoleic acids, which are necessary for hair structure.
Notice soy oil is NOT on the healthy list.
There are various nutrients that are necessary for healthy hair and the function of scalp cells, such as vitamin A, vitamin B5, vitamin B12, vitamin C, folate, zinc, niacin, and inositol.
Fruits, vegetables, leafy green vegetables, nuts, are great sources of these nutrients. Avoid refined sugar as much as possible.
3. Consider hair coloring and/or highlights:
If your greying hair is bothering you, then consider coloring and/or highlighting it.
It can really lift your spirits and self-esteem.
If you are concerned about putting chemicals on your scalp, then there are a couple of solutions.
You could just do highlights because that application is completely off the scalp as balayage and ombre techniques are as well.
Or simply use ProTect Base Cream & Stain Resistor, by Belegenza, which offers a barrier that prevents color and harsh chemicals from fully contacting the scalp.
4. Avoid excessive heat styling:
Heat styling tools such as blow dryers, curling wands, flat irons, and curling irons can dry out hair which only adds insult to injury with already dry, brittle hair. If heat styling is necessary, then using a silicone-free heat protectant spray, such as VirgINity Hair Repair, by Belegenza is a must.
VirgINity instantly restores your hair and protects against thermal styling.
5. Use gentle, nourishing, chemical-free hair products:
To nourish your scalp, and hair, use natural, gentle, chemical-free hair products. And just because it says it is natural does not necessarily mean good for hair.
Silicones are considered natural, yet they wreak havoc on hair and follicles. Remember silicone is the same family as caulk!
Also, incorporate a weekly deep conditioning treatment for deeper nourishment of your hair and scalp.
The best products for your hair are found in the Menopause Hair Growth & Balance Package by Belegenza.
==>For your weekly deep conditioner, use RoMANce Deep Conditioning Treatment by Belegenza.
Conclusion to Concerns Women Have About Their Hair During Menopause Hair Loss
Hair changes during menopause can have a significant effect on women’s appearance and emotional well-being.
Taking charge of your diet and consuming plenty of nutrients, exploring hair coloring treatments, and using nourishing hair care products can really help manage your hair changes.
In the Menopause Hair Growth & Balance Package by Belegenza, we’ve put together the perfect products for your hair care routine to make it simple for you especially if you are dealing with menopause hair loss. Healthy hair starts with a healthy scalp. Experience fuller, stronger, healthier hair.
By the way, did you know that with your purchase, you will get Alan & Cheryl’s private cell/text?
You will be able to call or text as often as you like with the questions that are most important to YOU and your hair!
What other company does all this for you and your hair?
Only Belegenza, Alan & Cheryl!
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Your Trusted Brother & Sister Menopause Hair Growth Experts,
Alan and Cheryl
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