Menopause and Hair Loss

Menopause and Hair Loss

Usually hair loss is something that only men worry about, but as soon as women starts getting close to menopause, they might also see that their hair is not as thick as it used to be. The reason for this is the fluctuating hormones, specifically the decrease n estrogen. Estrogen is responsible for ensuring the hair is thick, healthy and does not fall out so easily. However, the lack of estrogen isn’t the only culprit here, because when estrogen levels drop, the male hormones (aka Androgens) make their appearance. Since male hormones like testosterone become more active, there might also be increased signs if facial and body hair. The good news is that you can keep your hair in the right place by treating the root cause.

As always, the first step is making a few lifestyle changes like increasing your consumption of protein, vitamins B and C as well as iron. Getting at least 20-30 minutes intense exercise per day can also help your overall health.

The most effective treatment is using a good, natural supplement like the Manna Menopause Support, which help to balance these hormones. Oftentimes, the most effective and safest solution is to combine lifestyle adjustments with alternative treatments.


“I have been struggling with hair loss for a long time. I used just about every product available, internally like in supplements and externally like in many different shampoos but nothing helped. Then I read the article on the Manna newsletter describing how Manna Menopause Support helps with hair loss. I have been using it now for almost three months and I can already see the difference in my hair. The thin patch on top of my head is disappearing fast. Thanks for a brilliant product Manna, I really appreciate it. Carry on with the good work.”

Regards Verona


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