What’s going on?

Your hair and your hormones are a package deal. When estrogen and progesterone levels decline, hair growth slows and hair loss may become more pronounced. The good news is most people who see hair loss around the time of their menopause transition do not have anything medically wrong with their bodies, and hair loss does tend to slow in postmenopause with time. 

What can you do?

A healthy diet, thickening shampoos and conditioners, topical or oral solutions, and even some medications or laser therapies can help your hair look and feel its best. Talk to your doctor about what may work best for you, especially if your scalp is irritated or your hair loss seems rapid or unusual in pattern. Take it easy on straighteners or chemicals that can exasperate hair loss challenges, and manage your stress. Our Core and Sleep supplements include a powerful stress adaptogen, Ashwagandha, to help you find the balance.

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