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It’s easy to make the assumption that only middle aged men suffer with hair loss. However, more than 20 million American women report having symptoms of thinning, shedding, or balding according to the American Hair Loss Association.
Sometimes, the condition is brought on by hormonal changes during puberty, pregnancy, or menopause. Other times, hair loss can be trigger by an extremely stressful event that “shocks” hair follicles into a dormant state. No matter what the root cause, one thing all women can benefit from is proactive hair loss prevention. Focusing on things like nutrition, lifestyle, and stress management can profoundly impact hair health and reduce the risk of losing hair later in life. Follow the “Do’s and Don’ts of Preventing Female Hair Loss” in the free infographic above to make sure hair receives an all-natural boost to promote thickness, color, and longevity.