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How to prevent hair loss during menopause

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Losing a lot of hair lately? Eileen has many women contacting her worried about this problem and while it is actually a very common symptom, it is also a very upsetting and distressing one.

So this week Eileen thought she would take a closer look at why hair loss occurs during menopause and how to prevent it.

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  2. Would taking pregnancy vitamins help? I do take biotin and that has really helped but as far as iron…I heard taking pregnancy vitamins can help hair growth

    1. Hi Elizabeth
      Not sure about that but you could ask at your local health shop, they should have proper info on any pregnancy supplements they sell.
      Best Wishes
      Eileen

    1. Eating flaxseed helps. The herb rosemary helps hair. Also putting mixture of argan oil and flax oil on hair helps. There was a small 37 person study in 2017 that showed positive results for onion juice.

    2. Hi Nazanin
      There is anecdotal evidence that it may help but I can’t say for certain, sorry. You may find a specific hair supplement can be more effective in the long-run.
      Best Wishes
      Eileen

  3. What proteins are best?
    I eat fish a few times a week plus seeds and nuts (cashews).
    Off red meat, chicken and processed meat at the moment.

    Thanks for the video!

    1. What you are eating are good, natural protein sources but you could add in eggs, if you like them. Other wise, you can get plant sourced protein powder to make into drinks if you feel that you need a bit more in your diet.
      Best Wishes
      Eileen

  4. Nice Video clip! Sorry for chiming in, I would love your initial thoughts. Have you thought about – Lammywalness Hi Hair Guide (Sure I saw it on Google)? It is a good one off guide for learning how to reverse hair loss without the hard work. Ive heard some incredible things about it and my cousin finally got amazing results with it.

  5. I don’t understand, you have thick, lovely hair, so how did you have hair loss? I love your advice though, and I wish I had your beautiful silky voice, you seem to have a lovely nature 🙂

    1. Hi Claire
      Thank you for your lovely comments!
      Luckily, hair loss was not one of my menopause symptoms, I still have most of it!

      Best Wishes
      Eileen

  6. After 20 years of veganism, I feel a great lack of important vitamins and minerals and I have various symptoms that face premenopause..I was vegan for almost 20 years and everything was ok (because I seem to have a large supply of all the vitamins in my body). But now I have started to get all the serious symptoms of vitamin B12 and D deficiency and because of that I have to stop veganism, so that the symptoms do not turn into chronic diseases. I’m 40 and I don’t know if I have symptoms of vitamin deficiency or am I premenopausal..

    1. Hope you’re taking the B12 and D3…they really messed up my health because I didn’t even know I was extremely deficient. Take care and GOD bless you.

  7. Fenugreek seeds masks are really helping me. I also stopped bleaching my hair. I use henna and amla and other indian herbs. I have tons of new hair growing.

  8. I’m 36 started menopause like a year ago. It’s very thin. I come my hair upside down to make it fuller sad

    1. Hi Charlene
      Hopefully, the tips in the video will be of help for you but do also check with your doctor in case other health issues such as low thyroid function or low iron are not contributing to the problem.
      Best Wishes
      Eileen

    1. Hi Hilda
      First thing to do is check with your doctor as low iron, low thyroid function, low vitamin D or B12 can all affect hair growth and your doctor can test for these just to rule them out. You can then find a good hair supplement at your local health store, they can advise on one for your situation and age. Check your diet to make sure that you are getting enough nutrients from your food so lots of fresh foods and protein at every meal. Dehydration can also be a factor so remember to drink lots of plain water every day, over and above your other drinks.
      Best Wishes
      Eileen

    2. A.Vogel UK I’m experiencing hair lost and and my hair has thin out it’s very depressing to me, where should I start ?😞

    3. Hi Hilda
      It’s a standard vegetarian replacement for gelatine so should be OK
      Best Wishes
      Eileen

  9. Can I order “Menopause Support” in the USA? I notice your website says UK only.

    1. Hi
      I am really sorry but it’s not sold in the USA. You could ask at your local health store for a fermented soya supplement and some magnesium, approx 150mg twice a day. If stress/anxiety is an issue then you could add in either some Maca or Ashhwagandha and these should give you much the same benefits.
      Best Wishes
      Eileen

  10. Hi, your video was very helpful. I have a question for you. I’m 55 and don’t have periods any longer and my hair is falling out a lot and I have adult cradle cap, extreme dryness. I’ve tried everything natural in shampoos and it’s still extremely dry and falling out. I think my thyroid is low, which thyroid pill should i take and how much? and do the bio-identical estrogen have side effects? and can I take that pill along with thyroid? or should i take the thyroid only along with vitamins to see what happens? can you also send me your link so i can order from your website? thank you and blessings to you. ~gina

    1. Hi Gina, if you are being treated for high/low levels of thyroid and are on medication, you have to be very careful as these medications are dangerous to interfere with. If you have not been diagnosed for this, then go to your doctor, ask them to do your bloods and check your thyroid function. Get a copy of your blood results, if they are abnormal. Then you have a choice to take what the doctor prescribes to you, or see a good naturopath, to seek advice. Seek advice either way, but it is imperative that say if you are taking thyroid Meds. You mentioned your scalp, cap use/take Molkosan, keep bottle in fridge, rinse your hair with diluted Molkosan you can also take Molkosan everyday helps the digestive system, it’s also an antiseptic, gargle for sore throat mouth. Treats wounds also, my grandchildren drink by the neck. It’s actually A/Vogel product. Also take Urticalcin 6 under tongue in the morning, it’s calcium with stinging nettle which helps the body absorb the calcium easier, so if your taking other calcium then change to Urticalcin. Best wishes Lucy ps. If you are looking for information on illness and disease, look at Jan De Vries, who has just passed this last few years. A great friend of Alfred Vogel, all the works ‘books’ are there.

    2. Hi Gina
      If you think your thyroid may be low it is really important to get it checked by your doctor first; if you do need medication they can calculate how much you will need – we are not allowed to give advice on prescribed medications, sorry.
      There are many different kinds of HRT so it is best to discuss specifics with your doctor and they can advise you as to which would be the most appropriate for your circumstances.
      If you live outside the UK we are unable to post products at the moment, sorry. If you are in the UK you can order from here http://www.avogel.co.uk
      Best Wishes
      Eileen

  11. I’ve lost my hair twice due to leukaemia. I’ve had a stem cell transplant too. So my organs have been week. I’m now post menopausal. My hair was thick and a lot of it. It’s now so thin and fine. I’ve stopped bleaching it. I don’t blow dry it. And kept it short. I’m stressed due to my ex making me homeless. When I’m out of forced isolation. So stress is my enemy at the moment. My lifestyle isn’t helping me. Everything else blood wise is ok. Thank you for the tips. I’ll get these nutrients. And make changes to my diet.

    1. Hi Dawn
      We do know that stress can have a huge impact on hair growth; hopefully the supplements will help you.
      Best Wishes
      Eileen

  12. I found out a week ago big bald patch the size of 50p coin, I am waiting for blood results for Thyroid but I am fairly sure it isn’t that. I usually go to the gym every day! But since all this I am avoiding it as don’t want to wash my hair. I have switched to Organic Certified Shampoo and Conditioner, taking Menopause Support tablets. I feel that I can never get back to my normal exercise life, purely because of this hair loss. Please can you advise anything else to look at, I have watched nearly all your videos now and am scared that i will now put on weight being less active than I was before this hair loss. I am a Holistic Therapist and constantly research alternative health but even I feel so lost with all this

    1. Hi
      Hopefully, the tests will indicate what’s going and you can then start to treat it. In the meantime you may find a specific hair supplement can help; just ask at your local health store. If you are missing the gym why don’t you get a sports hat to wear whilst exercising, these don’t look out of place and will make you feel more confident. Quite a few of the ladies at my gym wear hats especially in the cold weather and you can get some really nice, fancy ones!

    1. Hi Hilda
      Poor hair in the menopause can be caused by a number of things but very often falling oestrogen is a contributory factor. Black Cohosh and other phyto-oestrogen supplements such as our Menopause Support provide small amounts of plant oesteogens that can help to gently raise and balance oestrogen levels; that can have a protective action for the hair. However, it is still important to make sure that you are getting enough protein and vits and minerals that are needed for good hair growth too.

    1. Hi Hilda
      I was very lucky in that the menopause didn’t affect my hair much, it is very fine but I had a lot so it doesn’t look much different!

  13. After menopause should you not take iron in vitamins? Most all hair grow vitamins have iron in them. Loved this video!!

    1. Hi Linda
      After the menopause you do need to be more careful with iron but most supplements tend to have quite a low dose which should be OK, also, if you are vegetarian or vegan you probably will need extra. It may be a good idea to get your iron levels checked every now and again just to make sure you are not deficient.
      Great to hear that you loved the video, thank you!

  14. I am 60 years old. I don’t have to shave my legs often at all. Maybe once every 3 weeks. That’s the up side. Losing hair on head came just in the last year but I also lost 45 lbs and I was not eating. That started my hair to fall out. Now I take Biotin, purchased a laser head band and put Rogaine on my scalp every night. I already see improvement.

  15. The harshest chemicals we put in our hair: dyes and bleach. I was touching up my roots every three weeks and noticed my hair was thinning by age 44. Doctors found no cause. I stopped coloring my hair, and it stopped breaking off and falling out. It’s thick, shiny, and healthy now. I prefer being silver over being nearly bald.

    1. Hi Norma,
      Iv’e not used this one either but it does look good. Why not ask at your local health shop, they will have a variety of natural and organic shampoos and can, maybe, recommend one that they use themselves.

    2. Unfortunately, I don’t know this brand of shampoo, however, natural ones with no chemical ‘nasties’ are usually good for the hair.

  16. Can anyone recommend a shampoo? My hair has been falling out mainly during spring/summer for many years, seems like less hair loss during the colder months, scalp is often itchy but hair is otherwise healthy, if somewhat thinner. I want to try something natural but don’t want to waste my money finding the right product so was hoping you lovely ladies in the comments section might have some ideas? Please? x

    1. Hi
      You could try our Neem Shampoo which is for an itchy scalp. I would also suggest a haie supplement for improving hair growth and condition; you can get these at your local health store.

  17. Damn! Why couldn’t it have been my pits/pubes rather than the hair on my head?!!

  18. Thank you for you knowledgeable advise. Your voice is so soothing, it calms. =)

  19. Get your self some hormone replacement therapy! Bio Identical hormones are the best! Then you won’t lose hair.

    1. @Barbara Smith Hi, if you have an androgen sensitivity, you should be on a anti androgen birth control. What was the outcome? Are you recovering from hair loss?

    2. When I started to menopause it was extremely bad, I chose not to take any form of HRT, I took A/Vogel brand Menoforce which is sage tablets I found these most helpful, that was 10 years now. God bless everyone.

    3. I’m on hormone replacement but not bio identical. My doctor put me on pills. I believe it was a high dose. Then she lowered it. It started making me nauseous. I told I couldn’t continue it cause I didn’t start losing all my hair til she put me on it.. She now has me on a patch. I went thru menopause at 32 from a total hysterectomy. Idk what’s causing all my hair loss to the scalp. I’m going to a dermatologist see what’s going on.

  20. I recently started viewing yr blog and i find your info quite informative. Thank you and continue bringing good natural ways to help us through this stressful period.

  21. Thank u,i m facing these probs,in India we mostly use natural hair mask made out of egg white ,mehendi leaves ,curry leaves,gram nd green gram flour fenugreek seeds nd things which reduced my hairfall.

    1. I thought it is my hair oil here in S. A. I am losing hair now. So sad.. 🙁

  22. Hello! I’m going through full blown menopause. I was wondering I’ve had beautiful hair all my life normal hair no dryness not oily. Every since this plague has started I have oily hair and hair fall and of course dandruff along with this.is this normal during menopause. I’ve incorporated tea tree oil in my shampoo which has helped a lot. What supplement do you recommend? Oh and this dandruff stings my skin too. Help!!!

    1. Stephanie Mcbroom I feel you girl. I still got my periods, turning 50 in a couple of years. Many thanks to Madam Eileen for your much needed tips & advise. Do you recommend any kind if supplements for hair loss and for Pre-Menopause suffering like Mine?

  23. I’m 42 going through it now I just found out I have early menopause and my hair isn’t coming out in clumps but I’m noticing fall out hair and it’s very thin and dry I use to bleach my hair a lot but I stop even my roots are thin and I even cut my hair short thinking it would help with the fall out hair and it’s making me very depressed anxious 😟 it’s sad because I use to love my hair but I don’t anymore 😭 I’ve been to the drs and got some blood work done everything came back fine no thyroid problems but that was like a year ago I might have to go back and get it checked I hope my hair come back fuller again

    1. @Lightning And thunder , I got mine from a health food store and I also rub it on my scalp too…

    2. @Lightning And thunder , I use flaxseed oil and I combined it with taking folic acid and b vitamins. I’ve seen less shedding it took about three months for my hair to lessen in the shedding.

    3. A.Vogel UK can you recommend where to get flex seed oil and how to use it? Can we put flex seed oil on hair

  24. Many women go through life and menopause and their hair never get’s thinner. Others get thinner and thinner. What do you mean when you say it can be thinner both on the scalp area and the thickness of the hair too? Also if you start taking estrogen will your hair get thicker again?

    1. Hello, I’m taking Estroven for hot flashes and I’m post menopause for 2 years. Could this be why my hair is thinning so much? It has black cohosh and soy isoflavones.

    2. Hi Miranda, by thinning hair, generally I mean visibly thinner, which often makes the scalp look more prominent. However, some women also notice the texture of the hair changing, so the hair itself can feel finer or coarser. As you mention, some women don’t notice a change in their hair at all. For those who do, often it can be fluctuations in oestrogen which can cause a problem during this time. As a result, symptoms often tend to calm post-menopause, as despite oestrogen levels being lower, the fluctuations have started to calm. Therefore, some gentle oestrogen support in the form of soy isoflavones can be helpful during menopause to help manage hair complaints and any other symptoms, but we wouldn’t generally recommend this post-menopause. Other common causes of thinning hair can be low iron or underactive thyroid, so you may want to have any of necessary tests at the doctor and consider other relevant supplements to help support your hair during this time. There are also more general hair supplements available, such as our Hair Complex. I hope this helps.

  25. I am only 41 but I had to have a total hysterectomy that threw me into menopause and my hair fell out very quickly. I have done a lot of research on this, and one thing I strongly recommend is hair masks once weekly. Your hair can become very brittle and dry and this really helps. Also, make sure you are taking biotin. Leave your hair down as often as possible. Pulling it up and putting that pressure on your hair can really cause it to fall out. Use oils and leave-in conditioners.

    1. @Lily Rose Argan oil, coconut oil & castor oil massaged into the scalp. Sleep with it. I use an old satin pillowcase when I do this.

    2. @Anne Booyse My favorite mask is Carol’s Daughter Sacred Tiara. I also like to use coconut oil on occasion, especially when I’m noticing a lot of frizz and breakage.

    3. Maranda MT, how much biotin should we take (does age & weight matter)? What brand do u recommend? I’m 45, losing lots of hair and getting gray hair too..ugh…I was told to use nioxin shampoo since I wash hair on daily basis..your thoughts?

  26. Thank you for all your help! My problem is the itchy scalp it’s terrible 😩

    1. Natural gentle shampoos help dry scalp use nothing harsh. Since using natural shampoo my hair is better. I am post menopause and on thyroxine only just 50.

    2. Hi, I had itchy scalp, and it turned out to be a fungal thing, could yours be that? Have you tried asking your doctor for some special treatment shampoo? Getting it via the nhs (if you are in the UK) is a bit cheaper than over the counter products. I didn’t even know what it was until my hairdresser told me when I’d told him how itchy my head had become!

  27. Diametreous Earth can help. A teaspoon in a cup of water a day.
    Also, a raw food diet, fruits and vegetables to detox the adrenals and lymph nodes can help.

    1. Rubbish nonsense answer. Do your frigging research first before you s lag off a plant based diets. How dare you be so rude. Half the western world is full of disease and sickness due to bad diets full of saturated fat, added cholesterol, TMAO, AGEs, raised levels of IGF1, added mammalian hormones, added antibiotics and the list goes on and you have the audacity to say eat Beef!!!!!!!

      I just love it when the omnivores get losses off because they feel their current diet and lifestyle is threatened.

      Fyi, there’s people like Dr Caldwell Essylsten, Dr T. Colin Campbell, Dr Neal Bernard, Dr John McDougall, Dr Dean Ornish, Dr G emma Newson, Dr Garth Davis, Dr Pam Popper, Dr Kim Williams, Dr Milton Mills, Dr Michael Klaper, Dr Doug Lisle, Dr Goldhammer and Dr Michael Greger, nutritionfacts.org making massive discoveries through unbiased scientific evidence and continuous research that plants fuel the body and have plenty of amino acids. Where do you think the cow got its protein from????? Protein is not a good group it’s a macronutrient. The world is full of sickness because we eat badly.

      In fact Dr Brooks Goldner see you tube and website is healing hundreds of people from autoimmune diseases by plants.

      Get you facts straight and well researched before you mock the vegan diet.

  28. My sister has this problem. Do not wash everyday. Wash every other day or cowash. Go natural.

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