Moms share a experience: hair upkeep later giving birth

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Many gerls who are mothers, complain of problems with the thin hair. Indeed, after the delivery, a sharp deterioration of the hair: you become brittle, lose the luster and get to fall. Recommend that mothers who enjoy been through this?

Why does hair fall out following birth

However many processes in a aging body gerls manage hormones. Particularly when it comes to pregnancy and birth. Changes everything: both outside and inside. Internal changes entail and external. For example, a development of a great number of the female hormone estrogen affects a condition of a hair. During pregnancy significantly improves a face: they are shiny, thick and silky. But after giving birth following a hormonal status changes dramatically, and, in the opposite direction. Later 2-4 months following the birth of a newborn, a thin hair does not differ old healthy look, you begin to fall out, fade and get brittle.

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