We all have that friend that is balding on top. Some of us are even attracted to that “bald bad-boy” that drives a Harley. It’s easier for guys to deal with balding, but it’s the complete opposite when it comes to women. So many hair loss cures, some expensive, some cheap, but do they work?

Well first, to solve this hair loss problem we have to figure out what is causing your hair to fall out. There are so many factors that come into play with hair loss, but they all basically boil down to genetics, nutrition, and care.

Women that lose hair on an genetic basis, show patterns that tends to be more diffuse, with less likelihood of the crown and frontal hairline being lost. Although some women may notice hair thinning as early as there 20s, the pace of hair loss tends to be gradual, often taking years to become obvious to others. However woman do tend to have more underlying causes of hair loss than men do. For example, if you know that you are prone to anemia, thyroid problems, or even polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), no worries! There are ways to treat these problems through medical care, nutrition, and treatment.

You know the saying, “you are what you eat?” Well this is certainly true with our hair! A daily multi-vitamin containing zinc, vitamin B, iron and calcium will help strengthen your hair follicles. Even though we are lacking solid scientific studies, it is believed that other vitamins like Biotin and vitamin D is beneficial to strengthen hair.

It is also important to keep your hair healthy and clean! Using a product line like the CicaMed Hair Loss Treatment. It has no hash chemicals, parabens, sulfates and waterproof silicone. This provides your hair and scalp with an environment for it to grow back stronger and with more luster!!!

Last but not least, stop with the ponytails!!! If you are prone to hair loss, and already have thin hair; braiding, ponytails, and combing your hair can cause traction alopecia. This is when a small or localized hair loss area is cause by repetitive or persistent pulling or traction on hair roots. Like tight braids and ponytails can pull hard enough on hairs to make them fall out. If this happens, it's best to choose hairstyles that put less tension on hair. The sooner this is done the better to avoid permanent damage.

So in order to stop our luscious hair to from falling out, it’s important to understand the cause of the hair loss. Is it stress, or is it genetics. Once figured out, get some of the CicaMed HLT, multivitamins, and a glass of wine!

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