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Hair loss in woman

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 According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (T C M), hair has a direct connection to our blood. It is said the hair is the odds and ends of our blood and that our hair is a direct connection to the quality of our blood. The hair on our head (as opposedtcmwell.com

According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (T C M), hair has a direct connection to our blood. It is said the hair is the odds and ends of our blood and that our hair is a direct connection to the quality of our blood. The hair on our head (as opposed...

  According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (T C M), hair has a direct connection to our blood. It is said the hair is the odds and ends of our blood and that our hair is a direct connection to the quality of our blood. The hair on our head (as opposed to the hair on our body) is intimately linked to our kidneys too. It is important to stress that TCM views the bodys organs in more of an energetic fashion as compared to western medicine (more of a pathologic view).  The treatment process is multi dimensional: Acupuncture to stimulate and build blood and support the kidneys: Herbal prescriptions to help facilitate the quality of blood by tonifying it. Diet is also a very important factor as well.



Thinning hair in females is a condition much different than that for males. While it is some what common for hair to thin out (male pattern baldness), recede or just simply disappear, for females this condition is not as natural. There could be several reasons for female hair loss. A number of factors can cause this scenario:  Illness, surgery, giving birth, hormone imbalances, medications and chemotherapy, just to name a few.  Generally speaking it is natural to loose hair. Roughly about 125 strands of hair are loss per day.






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