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Menopause Hair Loss and What to Do about It

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SOURCE AntiAging Institute of California

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., June 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Menopause hair loss can be a serious problem for about half of women going through menopause. Unlike male pattern baldness, hair loss during menopause tends to be more diffuse rather than localized, and women may notice that their hair appears to be thinner or sparser. Women who are struggling with hair loss after menopause have many options.

Hair loss during menopause is commonly associated with other symptoms, including brittle nails and dry skin. These changes are associated with decreased hormone levels and can range in severity. Hormones can trigger other symptoms, including menopause hot flashes, irregular periods and menopause mood swings. Dietary changes that ensure women are getting plenty of low-fat dairy, protein and healthy fats may be helpful. Topical moisturizing products can also be beneficial. Women who are suffering from dry eyes may also benefit from moisturizing eye drops and dietary changes.

Menopause teeth loss tends to be associated with hormonal changes, too, but these changes can trigger gum disease, an infection that causes an inflammatory response that can damage the gum tissues and underlying structures. Because tooth loss can increase the risk of bone loss, menopausal women who tend to be at a higher risk of osteoporosis, will need to address the earliest signs of gum disease with good dental hygiene and prompt treatment. 

While the symptoms can be widespread and affect many different body systems, they can all be traced to a single root cause: changing hormone levels. During perimenopause, levels of progesterone and estrogen can swing wildly from extremely high to extremely low. After menopause and during the post-menopause period, estrogen and progesterone levels decrease and remain steady. Because the body functions best when all hormone levels are properly balanced, women often suffer diverse symptoms.

DON'T PAUSE is an excellent option to manage these symptoms. DON'T PAUSE has a gentle, natural formula that has been designed to address the symptoms of menopause. Dr. Shoreh Ershadi of the AntiAging Institute of California has identified 45 distinct symptoms that can occur during perimenopause, menopause and post menopause. DON'T PAUSE was created with these symptoms in mind and has a multi-ingredient herbal blend that balances hormones and promotes overall health and well-being. AntiAging Institute of California also offers Kundalini for hair loss. 

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