My November Hair Loss Treatments

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By Evelyn D.

Hair loss doesn't just affect men.  I have been suffering from thinning hair since I was in my 30s, and even now, at 40, I still have to stay on top of my treatment plan to avoid the effects of shedding.

Seasonal shedding is a temporary form of hair loss that can be quite severe in some cases.  I have always had a difficult time with my hair during certain seasons, which is why it is essential for me to make sure my treatment plan is as effective as it can be.

Autumn is by far the worst season for me.  I absolutely dread it, especially the month of November. I have naturally thin hair anyway, so access shedding doesn't help in the slightest - it just accentuates the problem.

There are a number of factors that cause my hair to fall out during this time of the year, and it is important to identify the causes of your hair loss in order to treat it effectively.  Some of the main causes of my shedding in November are:
  • Rapid change in climate
  • Natural phase of shedding (seasonal)
  • Access sweating

I have been on a treatment plan, recommended by my local hair loss centre, that specifically targets the phases of hair shedding.  I treat my hair all-year-round, but here is an insight into my Autumn treatment plan that is effective for me.

Topical application

My hair always responds well to topical applications, and the more potent the better. I have used a few serums over the years, like LA Science and TRX2, but the most effective one for me is minoxidil.  I use 2% minoxidil twice a day, and have done so for years. This is the only medically approved topical hair loss treatment, and it has by far been the best treatment for me.


I try to wash my hair less in general, but particularly during the autumn months, because over-washing hair can cause shedding and breakage.  There is absolutely no evidence to suggest that shampoos can in any way shape or form act as a treatment for hair loss.  However, some shampoos can help minimise the effects of shedding and damage to the strands, which is why I always opt for natural and organic products, without all the potentially harmful chemical additives.


I can't quite stress enough how important it is to feed your hair with the right minerals and nutrients, especially if you suffer from thinning hair. It is impossible to get all the right minerals into our diet through food alone, which is why supplements are so good for the hair.

I have suffered from chronic hair loss for years, and I tried pretty much every supplement out there to no effect. That's until my advisor recommended HR23+. This multi-vitamin hair supplement has helped my hair flourish, and is by far the best of its kind of the market.  Since adding HR23+ to my treatment plan, I haven't shedded nearly as much hair as before, and my hair looks and feels thicker.

In addition to this, I always take Biotin 5,000mcg pills.  Biotin is an effective growth agent, and it can help boost healthy hair growth. It seems to work well when used in conjunction with my treatment plan.

Additional treatments

I like to keep my hair loss treatment plan fairly simple. I don't want to over-complicate things, and I have always found that the simpler I keep it, the more effective it is.

Countering hair loss can be done in a number of ways, without spending lots of money on treatments and products. Eating a healthy, well-balanced diet can have positive effects on your hair. Eating foods that are rich in protein like fish, eggs, and soya beans, can benefit your hair hugely. Eating lots of green vegetables can also play a key role in the health of your hair.

I also drink a lot of water.  Drinking lots of water will benefit your whole body, including your strands. Hair loss can be triggered by dehydration, especially during the colder months of the year, when many of us are less thirsty.  So, be sure to keep yourself hydrated throughout the day.



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