Aromatherapy Fights Baldness

Aromatherapy is an ancient healing art which uses essential oils of various plants, or aromatic extracts of herbs, flowers and seeds, to effectively treat a whole range of health conditions. Holistic practitioners, who are knowledgeable in centuries-old secrets of aromatherapy, can help their patients manage a number of diseases, ranging from fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome and eczema to post-traumatic stress disorder, irritable bowel syndrome, depression, persistent dandruff and hair loss. Aromatherapy can be a successful treatment for aches and pains, skin and nail problems, as well as indigestion and fatigue. It is also a proven remedy against stress-related disorders that often negatively affect the health of the skin, scalp and hair.

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How to Stop Menopause-Induced Hair Shedding: Five Effective Treatments

Many women who approach their late 30s can notice their hair shedding, especially in the frontal and temporal parts of the scalp. Hair loss can become progressively worse as the woman moves towards menopause. Dealing with menopause-induced hormonal changes, all those mood swings, hot flashes, decreased libido and weight gain, is hard enough, but hair loss can add enormously to women’s sufferings during their middle-age hormonal transition.

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Future Baldness Can Be Predicted

By the time baldness becomes visible, you may have already lost a considerable amount of hair density, says a leading American hair loss specialist, Dr. Alan Bauman. Since prevention is always better than treatment, early detection of baldness is the key to keeping your hair thick and healthy for many years to come. Understanding physiological and genetic mechanisms and causes of alopecia can help you determine the early signs of possible baldness and take preventive steps to stop the progression of hair loss.

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How to Protect the Health of Hair – Nine Tips from the Pros

1.    Make sure you eat a nourishing, nutrient-rich diet that can support the health of your skin and hair. Avoid frequent dieting and veganism. Eat a lot of foods that contain a complete set of amino-acids, especially meat, eggs, fish, and dairy products. Do not go on low-fat diets, since naturally-occurring animal fats and cholesterol play an important role in supporting all human cells and tissues, including those of the hair shafts and follicles.

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Female Hormonal Fluctuations and Hair Loss

Women often experience problems with their hair, which may range from developing brittle hair shafts with split ends to massive hair shedding, when they get through hormonal changes brought forth by pregnancies, taking or stopping hormonal medications, such as birth control pills, or entering the mid-life menopausal transition.

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