November 23, 2011 08:00 ET

Hair Loss During Menopause: "" Presents Top Treatments for Women

SACRAMENTO, CA--(Marketwire - Nov 23, 2011) - During menopause, one of the lesser-known symptoms women experience is hair loss. While it usually grows back on its own, there are ways to minimize symptoms.'s latest article, "Hair Loss During Menopause: 6 Steps to Minimize Symptoms," addresses how women can change their hair care routines, reshape their diets and lower stress levels to help with hair loss during menopause.

The lack of estrogen during menopause can lead to a dry scalp, which only makes hair loss worse. Women should nurture their hair by using a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner. But what kinds of products are formulated for the dry, damaged strands characteristic of mature women?

While most people know that a good diet is valuable for the body, it's actually important when it comes to the hair and skin, as well. During menopause, maintaining a diet full of vitamins and minerals will help improve the health of the hair. Omega-3 fatty acids, iron and vitamins A and C can help promote thicker hair, but what foods contain these vital ingredients?

Menopause can be a stressful time for women, and the stress will only make things worse. Regular scalp massages during menopause will help reduce stress as well as promote blood circulation and hair growth. A weekly massage using essential oils like rosemary, sage or carrot seed oil is a great way to reduce stress. What other things can women do on a regular basis to keep their stress levels low?

Find answers to all these questions and much more on hair and skincare during menopause, including adding effective supplements and creating at-home hair masks, at consistently covers all skincare and beauty topics from head to toe. Check out these latest articles:

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