Hair loss in women is most common during menopause due to hormone fluctuation. You can check your hormone profile with your physician particularley your thyroid hormone. You can verify if you have low thyroid hormone by measuring under the arm temperature upon rising in the morning which suppose to be 97.8F to 98.2 F or 36.8 C to 37.2 C. Lower temperature below the lower limit indicates hypothyrodism or low thyroid. Higher temperature above the higher limits indicates hyperthyrodism. Both can be corrected by using Bioidential Hormone Treatment, using natural/herbal supplements.
Kegel exercises to strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor. These exercises are recommended for women who have given birth, to firm up their stretched muscles and prevent or reduce incontinence. Doctors and nurses teach their patients how to do Kegel exercises, which can be done at home without special equipment. The only difficult part is learning to identify the muscle to be squeezed: you can do this by sitting on a toilet and trying to stop the flow of urine, or by inserting a finger into your vagina and squeezing down on it. If you can do either of these two things, you have found the right muscle to exercise. Your doctor or nurse will tell you how often and how long to practice Kegel exercises. A typical schedule may be to tighten the muscles for a count of ten, ten times a day. Biofeedback to help increase your awareness of and control over the appropriate muscles. Biofeedback can be combined with Kegel exercises.+++
+++Please visit superwomanhealth.com for more information on the international biofeedback expert, Dr. George Grant, who is the founder of academyofwellness.com and whom one of the authors, Dibra, works with.