Intro to Vitamin D Deficiency and Menopause Hair Loss

A biological process that every woman will eventually experience is menopause, yet hopefully not menopause hair loss.

You’ve probably done an enormous amount of research and realize it’s a complex issue.

There’s a ton of research and opinions which can be overwhelming and frustrating, and some that are downright wrong.

Stressing about it only causes more hair loss.

Consider this: What if you found out that your hair was already under attack and menopause pushed it over the edge?

Is your hair feeling thin, dry, and brittle?

Have you tried a plethora of products and at-home remedies to no avail?

Fear not; we are here to help!

Many overlook how important vitamin D is to our body, including our hair and skin.
Vitamin D metabolizes keratinocytes in the skin.
Keratinocytes are skin cells that process keratin, a protein in hair, nails, and skin.

When the body is deficient in vitamin D, then the keratinocytes in the hair follicles can’t regulate hair growth and the shedding phase properly, leading to slow hair growth, increased hair fall, or hair shedding, and hair thinning. Sustained vitamin D deficiencies can lead to permanent hair loss.

During your menopause period, it is vital that you do all the right things to ensure the health of your hair follicles to maximize hair growth.

Vitamin D Deficiency and Menopause Hair Loss

Those with a deficiency in vitamin D may have no symptoms, or their symptoms may be nonspecific and change over time. It’s important to note, that we are not medical professionals, so we don’t give any medical advice or make claims.

Some symptoms of a vitamin D deficiency are changes in mood, including depression and anxiety, frequent fractures, slow wound healing, loss of bone density, muscle weakness, new or worsening high blood pressure, constant fatigue, chronic pain, infertility, decreased endurance, and hair loss.

A lack of sunlight or not eating enough foods containing vitamin D are common causes of a deficiency. Of course, those suffering from an underlying condition such as Crohn’s disease or Celiac disease may be deficient because they prevent the body from completely absorbing nutrients.

There are certain medications that cause the body to break down vitamin D before it can be used, so those medications may cause a deficiency in vitamin D. Some of those medications are antifungals, glucocorticoids, HIV medications, and anticonvulsants.

Supplementing with vitamin D supplements could help if you are lacking vitamin D.

Conclusion to Vitamin D Deficiency and Menopause Hair Loss

The best defense against hair loss is eating foods rich in vitamin D and spending 15-20 minutes outside per day. The flesh of fatty fish (such as trout, salmon, tuna, and mackerel) and fish liver oils are among the best sources of vitamin D.

Adding a vitamin D supplement to your routine can help support your intake goal.

Supplements come in various forms. Some are taken daily, once a week, or once a month. A doctor will do a blood test every few months to monitor your vitamin D levels when treating low levels.

A lack of vitamin D can leave hair thin, dry, and brittle which requires gentle treatment so you don’t experience further hair loss and breakage. To ensure you are growing your best hair possible, you must use gentle, natural, and nourishing hair care products. Make sure they are SLS (sodium laurel sulfate) free and chemical-free and nasties free.

AND most importantly, be sure you avoid silicone and its dastardly derivatives that can seep down into the follicle to choke the hair growth and disrupt the anchoring molecules of the hair. Be sure to PRINT “12 Everyday Things Slowing Hair Growth: Thinning Hair Reversal” FREE info.

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