Dealing with hair loss after giving birth.
Perhaps you enjoyed glossy hair during pregnancy, but after birth may you notice that your hair has started to hide in the surrounding area hair on the top of the head.
The hair loss after giving birth naturally and anticipated development and calls for panic
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Hair by 3 passes stages of growth:
Then the phase shift
Then stabilization phase
And during pregnancy causes changes in body hormones stop hair at the stage of evolution, making it grow faster and seems more intense.
And postpartum hormones return to normal levels, and the roots of the hair begins to perform its function normally, causing the entry of a greater proportion of hair to the phase shift and then to stabilize or precipitation stage.
Typically the hair stays on the head in the evolutionary stage for about 100 days before falling.
For this hair loss begins to emerge after birth by 3 or 4 months and lasts for a few months later.
Hair loss may result in acute stress or other diseases such as anemia, iron deficiency and thyroid problems, and if you feel unwell or hair loss continued after the baby’s birth year, check with your doctor to rule out the presence of other health problems.
How to cope with this point:
Hair loss is a natural process and not so much with your hand to cure except for patience.
But you can reduce the possibility of excessive precipitation and promote hair growth faster by following these tips:
Deal with your hair gently:
Not too much of dried in with blow dry hair dryers and try to avoid the use of harmful chemical dyes if possible.
Use a shampoo enhanced density:
Check with your doctor if you feel that the tufts become weak excessively, it could be described medical and reliable type of shampoo reduces hair loss.
Keep taking prenatal vitamins:
It is useful for the skin, hair and nail growth.
On the other vitamins that help hair growth vitamin E and silica, calcium, zinc, and flax seed oil, and omega oils found in fish, avocados, nuts.
Rub the scalp:
Massage stimulates blood flow to the scalp process, which encourages germination pores on the hair, use your fingertips to rub the scalp gently in a circular motion on a daily basis and regularly.
Avoid using soothing thick and oily hair:
Use a soothing light in lieu thereof; where they will not clog pores and facilitate hair loss, and choose a mask or a natural and refreshing lotion to protect a small capillaries.
Try to find a way to get rid of the tension:
Tension key factor in hair loss after childbirth, so try to find a way to relax and relieve stress rate in your life, it will not help you at ease only hair loss, but will be beneficial to your health in general.