Food, Essential Oils, – Life is Fun Especially When You Find Your Few Favorites
What does Fall mean to you?
To me, Fall means family. It means home. It means cozy.
Do you think that there are items that can be as cozy, as homey and as cuddly as your family?
I do. That’s why I want to share some favorites with you.
Congratulations, along with the most wonderful blessing in life also comes the most challenging time of your life. No body can prepare you for this, so sit down and take some notes. This article will save you hours of headache.
You are going to lose your hair. It will feel like it’s all going to fall out. It’s called postpartum hair loss and it’s a result of all those wonderful hormones in your beautiful body. It’s going to be okay. It’s temporary. A year from now it will all be over and you’ll have beautiful locks again. This is what you need to do in the mean time.
Is postpartum hair loss permanent?
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Postpartum hair loss is not permanent. It can last up to three to six months which may feel like an eternity. The hair loss will stop after your hormones settle back into a normal cycle. And your hair will regrow. There are vitamins and products you can use to help the process along.
Why do women experience hair loss after pregnancy?
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Hair loss is common about 3 months after you give birth. Your hormones are stabilizing and adjusting to real life. Pregnancy, birth and breastfeeding all change your hormones, which have an affect on your hair.
What you should do when you experience postpartum hair loss.
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When you experience hair loss you should continue to eat healthy, not stress or make drastic changes to your lifestyle. Stress can perpetuate the problem.
Severe postpartum hair loss around hairline
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Hairline Hair Loss
Postpartum hair loss can be most severe around the hairline. This can be the most visible place to have hair loss and can really nick at a new moms confidence.
All Over Hair Loss
You can also experience hair loss all over. You’ll notice this as you loop your hair band one more time on your thinning ponytail.
Patchy or Spotty Hair Loss
If your hair loss is a more patchy or spotty, it could be something other than postpartum hair loss.
What products or advice do you have for postpartum hair loss?
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So even though I lost about half of my hair after my first pregnancy, it grew back more beautiful than ever. I did have to experience a few months of having half of my hair at 1 inch and the rest at 10 inches. It looked a bit silly, but I was excited to see the new growth emerge!
Have you ever experienced postpartum hair loss? What are your best tips?
Isn’t it crazy that winter doesn’t end until December 21st?
I don’t know about you, but December just seems very wintery to me.
I’d like to share some of my favorites with you.
I’m a bit ashamed to say that I don’t have a hot beverage that I resort to on a daily basis.
But, this Fall I came across a beverage that floated my boat almost by mistake.
You see, I started drinking hot chocolate in college. But I got the single-serve prepackaged chocolate. So all throughout college and since graduating from college, I’ve only purchased prepackaged chocolate.
My favorite variety of hot chocolate is the kind with marshmallows. OF COURSE! I’m not even a huge fan of marshmallows, but drinking hot chocolate without marshmallows is like cake without frosting.
So when it started getting chillier, I went to Walmart to buy pre-packaged hot chocolate with marshmallows.
But guess what? They had run out!!
I wasn’t happy, but I saw that they had other brands and containers, although they weren’t prepackaged.
It was like a light-bulb went on.
And I realized that I didn’t HAVE to buy prepackaged hot- chocolate.
I discovered that I could buy the same brand of hot chocolate for a less expensive price than… buying them prepackaged.
It makes sense because prepackaged foods are usually more expensive than non-prepackaed foods.
And then I saw the Seasalt Caramel Hot Chocolate from Walmart.
I’m not even a super fan of seasalt caramel but it sounded decadent
Hot Chocolate. – From Walmart