April 08, 2022

Best Dallas hair replacement for men from Folicure Discuss Hormones and Hair Loss

Dallas hair replacement experts from Folicure explain some common hormone-related causes of hair loss.

There are many factors that affect hair growth and hair loss, all of which have varying degrees of preventability. One factor that affects hair growth as you age is the levels of certain hormones in the body. In this article, Dallas hair replacement experts from Folicure explain some common hormone-related causes of hair loss.

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Hormones and Hair Loss

On average, the human scalp has approximately 100,000 hair follicles. When you are healthy, the majority of your hair follicles will be in the anagen phase, in which hair is growing from the follicles. The relatively few remaining follicles are in the telogen phase, or the resting phase, in which the hair is shed from the follicle.

Declining and changing levels of certain hormones can cause hair loss, hair thinning, and receding hairlines by causing more hair follicles to enter the resting phase.

Testosterone and Hair Loss

Testosterone and other androgen hormones, such as DHEA, play the most important role in men’s hair growth and hair loss compared to other hormones. Levels of testosterone in the body that are too high may lead to excessive hair growth, more so on the face and body than on the scalp. But when your androgen hormone levels drop, the inverse can happen, leading to hair loss and thinning all over the body, including the hair on your head.

Although men have higher levels of testosterone, women also have small amounts of testosterone and other androgens in their bodies. In both genders, declining testosterone levels can lead to hair thinning and loss, but the effects are much more pronounced in men.

Estrogen and Hair Loss

Changing estrogen and progesterone can also impact hair growth and loss, too. With higher levels of estrogen and progesterone during pregnancy, women may notice thicker, healthier hair. After childbirth, when these hormones decline, women may experience hair loss.

The biggest drop in estrogen and progesterone levels occurs during perimenopause and menopause. Hair thinning and loss may occur in women during this period. Stress associated with major life events such as childbirth and menopause may also compound the effects of declining estrogen and progesterone levels.

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Thyroid Hormones and Hair Loss

The thyroid gland produces several hormones that are responsible for regulating the body’s metabolic rate, including factors such as heart rate, muscle function, and digestive function, as well as altering mental state. The two main hormones produced by the thyroid gland are thyroxine (also commonly called T4) and triiodothyronine (also commonly called T3).

When your thyroid isn’t active enough (when it isn’t producing enough T3 and T4), your metabolism slows, and your body designates its energy to maintain more important functions, such as keeping the brain and vital organs working. As a result, less important functions, such as hair growth and immune system function, decline. This condition is called hypothyroidism and requires medical attention.

What to Do About Hormonal Hair Loss

If you are experiencing sudden hair loss, be sure to see a medical professional and check for medical conditions such as hypothyroidism that lead to hair loss.

However, hormone-related hair loss is a part of natural aging for most people, especially men. If you are experiencing hair loss or a receding hairline, consider getting a hair replacement. A hair replacement is a non-surgical, non-invasive solution to hair loss that works for any hair pattern, hair texture, or type of hair loss. Each hair replacement is custom-made and fitted to the customer for the most natural-looking and feeling solution on the market, with no side effects.

About Folicure Hair

At Folicure, we understand that baldness is more than just skin deep. Whether as a result of a health condition such as thyroid dysfunction or a hormonal abnormality, a side effect of medical treatment such as chemotherapy, or simply a result of aging, hair loss can be anywhere from frustrating to devastating. Folicure Hair is the answer to preserving the hair you still have, stopping hair loss in its early stages, or recovering a full head of hair. We deliver results that cannot be achieved with invasive hair transplant surgeries or dangerous chemicals with documented adverse effects. Instead, Folicure will craft a comfortable, undetectable hair replacement system that’s right for you. Schedule your free, no-obligation consultation today.

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