I’ve been wanting to Blog about this topic because it seems to be one of the most common issues my clients with thinning hair have, and although a Thyroid imbalance can cause hair loss, it’s not permanent and there are ways to stop it!
First the Nitty Gritty
Your hair follicles follow a natural cycle of hair growth and resting phases. At any given time, the majority of your hair is growing while only a small portion of it is resting. But when changes in your body throw off that cycle, too much hair rests at one time and not enough grows, resulting in excessive hair loss, thinning hair, or even balding.
The good news is that once you get your thyroid disease diagnosed and the right treatment prescribed to regulate your thyroid hormone levels, the hair loss problem should resolve itself. Healthy hormone levels mean healthy hair growth.
It may take some time to find the right dosage of thyroid hormone to get your thyroid under control. You can ask your doctor if it makes sense to try a topical medication that helps spur hair growth like mixoxidil (Rogaine).
And then there’s MONAT
If you want a toxin free option, Monat products are naturally based and clinically proven to regrow hair! So no need to suffer and no need for harsh chemicals!