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A New Baby Can Mean Hair Loss

A New Baby Can Mean Hair Loss

While the arrival of a new baby is a blessing, for many women it can also mean a time of hair loss. During pregnancy, it is normal for a woman’s hair to get thicker. In some cases, expectant mothers say they have the best hair of their lives. However, this all can change after birth.

Shedding hair at a noticeable rate in the first two to six months after having a baby is not unusual. Online parenting groups and social media status updates are full of new mums posting, “Is this normal? I’m freaking out!” But the experience can vary among women.

Hair Loss After a Baby
The hormonal changes of pregnancy and post-pregnancy are at the root of all these changes. Normally, about 85 to 95 percent of your hair is growing and the other 5 to 15 percent is in a resting stage. After the resting period, this hair falls out and is replaced by new hair. An average woman sheds about 100 hairs a day.

During pregnancy, increased levels of oestrogen prolong the growing stage. There are fewer hairs in the resting stage and fewer falling out each day, so your hair feels thicker and fuller. After you give birth, your oestrogen levels fall and lots more hair follicles enter the resting stage. Soon you'll have more hair coming out in the shower or on the brush. Thankfully, your hair will gradually stop falling out and in many cases women do go back to the same type of hair they had pre-pregnancy. For some, though, the result is a thinner head of hair than they are used to.

Of course, it isn’t just the hormonal shifts that can cause problems. Having a new baby is extremely stressful and involves a lot of lost sleep. This can result in hair loss for both mother and father! Another problem faced with a new baby is poor nutrition. With another person to look after, it’s normal for parents to forget about their own health. Hair can suffer if you aren’t getting the proper nutrients and deficiencies of iron, calcium, zinc, vitamin D, B12, and B6 can be common. Adding a vitamin supplement like HairMax Dietary Supplement can be an easy way to help with the health of your hair.

Rather than just accepting that your hair has thinned, however, you can take proactive steps to minimise the appearance of thinning hair. Laser treatments help keep hair healthier and growing stronger. The leader in laser hair growth technology is HairMax. The clinically proven laser devices combat hair loss thinning and actually stimulates the hair follicle to regrow hair.

You shouldn’t let your hair loss problems get in the way of enjoying time with your new baby. A combination of supplements and laser therapy can ensure you look great as you show off your bundle of joy.

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