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What you Should know about Postpartum Hair Loss

Our hair on our head is one of those things that most women in the world cherish. I mean tghe minute one strand hit the ground some of us have a tendecy to want to pass out. The average amount of hair strands  we lose daily is anywhere from 80-100 . It sounds like alot, but it’s normal. I posted an article a few days ago about Tamar Braxton having thin edges and she said it was due to Postpartum Hair loss. She gave birth to her adorble little boy and i guess as soon as the baby came , her edges left. LOL… Luckly the hair is growing back.

I decieded to look up some information about the Postpartum Hair Loss and this what i found out. Acording to PregancyCenter.com ,” During pregnancy, increased levels of estrogen prolong the growing stage. There are fewer hairs in the resting stage and fewer falling out each day, so you have thicker, more luxuriant tresses.After you give birth, your estrogen levels take a tumble and a lot more hair follicles enter the resting stage. Soon you’ll have more hair coming out in the shower or on the brush. This unusual shedding will taper off and your hair will be back to its pre-pregnancy thickness about six to 12 months after you give birth.”

I had given birth to three babies and none of my hair fell out. THANK GOD! But, i do know a few people this has happen to. What i would suggest  for those of you who may or is experiecing this to try using Temple Balm by Organic Root Stimulator. This stuff really works. Also, massaging the scalp or thinned area with help you. This helps to stimulate the scalp and helps to promote hair growth. Taking Hair,Skin, and Nails suppliments will give your hair the extra boost in needs to grow back strong and healthy.

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