Hormones and Hairloss




The answer is yes!


Hormonal Hair loss can potentially be caused by an imbalance of thyroid hormones or pregnancy, disease, and certain medications. All these changes can influence hair’s growth and the shedding phases.


Hormones are cyclical. When the levels of estrogen and progesterone drop, especially during menopausal women, hairs grow more slowly and become much thinner. A decrease in these hormones also triggers an increase in the production of androgens or a group of male hormones. Androgens shrink hair follicles, resulting in hair loss on the head. Shrinkage of the follicles can change the structure of your hair. Most of the time it gets fizzy and curly. Testosterone levels in some men drop by 10% each decade after age 30. A high level of testosterone in the body can create DHT on the scalp and this is the most common male pattern baldness.


So how do we find the underlying cause and is it possible to treat it?

At Nar London we offer Advance Blood Tests to find out the underlying issues of hair loss & thinning. And we have some great treatments to improve.


Remember hormones affect our body and hair, but they are not the only reason for hair loss. Yet we are happy to help.


At Nar London, we offer Free Hair Loss Consultation. At that appointment, we can assess your condition and take you through the possible tests & treatments.




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