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Hair Loss in Women - Pregnancy Aftershocks?

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At this point, it is safe to say that we all understand how challenging pregnancy can be for the female body. What you have to consider is that a woman will still have an incredibly taxing time, despite the fact that she is biologically engineered to carry a child to term.

To be clear, we're not saying carrying a child is any harder nowadays than it always has been - factors such as improved healthcare and modern advancements in prenatal support is balanced out with busier lifestyles and women working fulltime right up to the birth in our modern busy society - so in some ways it's easier, and in other ways it's much harder.

Nobody underestimates the incredible respect deserving to all women who have attempted to carry a child, but that's not to say we aren't fully committed to offering health and wellness tips to improve the experience both pre and post-natal.

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The After-effects

The after-effects of childbirth are well known. A lot of people know that there are many instances where a woman can suffer a lot of setbacks and issues from giving birth, and there’s one which a lot of people simply don’t know about - hair loss. 

Hair Loss?

So imagine for just a second that the human body is like a well-oiled machine. Specifically, it requires a precise balance of vitamins, minerals and other things to make sure that it works in the way you want. If anyone of those things is out of balance, the results can be quite distressing to live with. 
Hair loss can be one of the issues which a mother can deal with in the aftermath of the pregnancy. They don’t have to worry anymore about having to care for the tiny life form which lives within them, but they do have to consider the effects pregnancy has had on their own physiology. 

What Causes Hair Loss?

So what is it that actually causes hair loss to happen? Well, it can be down to a combination of different factors. A common belief is that stress can damage the hair and the body as a whole, but there are other issues which can be just as culpable. 
What you’re going to have to try and think about is that things like a lack of essential fatty acids can be to blame. It’s also equally possible that vitamin and mineral deficiencies can also be a massive contributing factor towards hair loss in women. The process can often be so challenging that the body simply can not cope and survive without some form of damage. Here at the NHC, we’ve seen a lot of women come into our clinic with the same problem, and they have all identified similar contributing factors in their lives. 
So let’s recap. The loss of your hair can be challenging. A lot of people work hard to look after their hair. It’s a point of pride, something that people take great satisfaction in maintaining and style. So to lose that from stress or a lack of vitamins can be greatly distressing. Therefore, what we would suggest is that you take the time to try and figure out what it is that you want to do to fix the problem. You do have quite a few different solutions available to you. But what we here at the NHC can help you to do is to identify what the underlying cause of your hair loss is. It could well be a combination of things, but it could also easily be just one issue. You have to stop and take the time to figure out what. 

Remember - the NHC offers completely free health scans, a simple, quick, pain-free and non-intrusive health scan which can identify key factors and misbalances within your body. If you are interested in coming to visit us, call us for a no-obligation chat on 01244 911 999 at any time. We're always happy to help.

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