You already know that being pregnant makes your hormone levels go a little bit crazy — that's why television commercials can have you cry (even the ones that aren't sad) and nearly everyone around you makes you angry. But those changes in your hormone levels also hinder hair's natural growing and resting balance so that more hairs are in the resting phase and fewer are growing. Increased levels of hormones keep your hair in place — at least giving you a gorgeous, thick head of hair during your pregnancy.

But about three months after delivering your baby, once you're a new mom, you may notice thinning hair. Hair loss after pregnancy occurs because once you give birth, your hormone levels fall to their normal, pre-pregnancy levels. All those resting hairs fall out, ending up thinning hair while you wait for the cycle to resume and new hairs to start to grow. Unfortunately, there isn't much that you can do to control your hormone levels during and after pregnancy to stop hair loss. But there can be other factors that can give rise to hair loss after pregnancy (or at any time) that you can do something about. Even if you can't prevent hair loss, take care of your hair during and after pregnancy with these tips:

Take your prenatal vitamins. Nutritional deficiencies (not getting all the vitamins your body needs) can damage your hair, leading to thinning hair or bald patches. Alsowe advise you to eat a healthy, balanced diet, with plenty of fruits and veggies, to get all the nutrients you and baby need.

Treat your hair gently to stop hair loss. Hard handling or excessive styling, coloring, perms, and other chemical treatments in addition to the daily abuse of hair dryers and curling or straightening irons can cause hair reduction and thinning hair.

Keep hair moisturized. Pregnancy may change the texture of your hair, so protect yourself from dry, brittle hair that's sensitive to breakage, with ArganRain 100% natural hair care products. You can use it safely in the period of pregnancy and after pregnancy. It is more than a shampoo because It doesn't contain sulphate or any other harmful ingredients for your scalp and hair. Take care of your baby, and do not think about the other aspects because, ArganRain Hair Care products look your hair well and prevent your hair loss naturally.

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