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Hair loss in new moms? Here is an instant solution!

Pregnancy and childbirth change almost every aspect of a woman’s life, be it physical, mental or emotional. Some changes are incredible and welcome, and some we could do without. Of...

Pregnancy and childbirth change almost every aspect of a woman’s life, be it physical, mental or emotional. Some changes are incredible and welcome, and some we could do without. Of all the transformations, hair is one of the most prominent, and for some women one of the most destructive changes to deal with because of its tremendous impact on their self-esteem. Most women adore their hair during those 9 months, it’s after pregnancy that hair loss can become a concern. Using clip-in hair extensions to add volume and length post-pregnancy is an instant solution.

WHY DO SOME WOMEN EXPERIENCE HAIR LOSS AFTER GIVING BIRTH?

All women have hormones to thank for the gorgeous, full, shiny head of hair we often experience during pregnancy, and we have hormones to blame for hair loss after pregnancy. To understand how hormones play a part it’s crucial to understand the 3 stages of the hair growth cycle.

  • Stage 1 (Anagen phase): the hair is in a “growth” cycle.
  • Stage 2 (Catagen phase): the hair is in a “rest” cycle.
  • Stage 3 (Telogen phase): the hair is in a “shed” cycle.

Under normal circumstances, each hair follicle on our head is at its own stage of the growth cycle, and hair should be shed evenly from a healthy scalp. During pregnancy a surprising boost in estrogen causes hair to stay in the Anagen or growth stage. After childbirth hormones return to normal, and your hair growth cycle returns to standard as well meaning the hair “shedding” that was delayed during pregnancy may happen all at once causing women to lose a considerable volume of hair. Although this can be distressing, the good news is that this is brief. The bad news is that hair can take 6-12 months to return to its normal growth cycle.

SO DO THE NEW MOMS HAVE TO JUST LIVE WITH THE LOSS?

NO.

Using clip-in hair extensions to get wholesome, whole, shiny hair again is an excellent option. Unfortunately, hair growth isn’t precisely a quick process, but we don’t think you should have to let thinning hair get you down. Nish hair extensions let you add instant volume and fullness in just a few minutes so you don’t have to devour time in the salon or hours in front of a mirror styling your hair.

Ideal for new mothers, clip-in Nish Hair extensions won’t cause any damage to your hair so you can wear them whether you’re running errands or toasting for a milestone, without having to worry about tons of care.

WHAT ELSE CAN YOU DO?

Because postpartum hair loss is a typical result of your changing hormones, it is not something that you can instantly stop. However, there are other steps you can take to help promote healthy hair growth.

1.    Maintain a healthy diet

We all know that sustaining a healthy diet is an essential factor for optimal health and well-being. For postpartum women, in particular, a healthy diet can help your general recovery and stop postpartum hair loss from advancing.

Make sure your diet includes the essential balance of vitamins and nutrients found primarily in vegetables, whole grains and fresh fruit. Remember to drink plenty of water throughout the day in order to stay hydrated.

2.    Take nutritional supplements

If you are concerned with postpartum hair loss, speak with your doctor about taking vitamin or mineral supplements to help prevent hair loss and promote hair regrowth.

3.    Change your hairstyle

You may have listened about the cliché “mom haircut”—a shorter hairstyle that many new moms go for after their baby is born. While most women turn to the mom ‘do for reasonable reasons, the shorter style may also help decrease the appearance of postpartum hair loss.

Regardless of the length of your hair, adjust your styling to lower the amount of “stress” you put on the hair. Limit strong brushing to avoid tearing or splitting the hair and try not to pull the hair forcefully into styles like ponytails and braids.

4.    Don’t Stress

Hair loss can be a frightening and grievous postpartum symptom for many women but as the old saying goes: this too shall pass!

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