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Lamberts Florisene For Women, Uses: Treatment of hair loss in women

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Lamberts Florisene For Women (hair loss)
Health Supplement

 
Each Lamberts Florisene tablet typically contains:
24mg Vitamin C, 3mcg Vitamin B12, 24mg Iron (as ferrous glycine sulphate) and 500mg L-Lysine.
 
Tableted with:
Cellulose, Tablet Coating (Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose, Colours: Titanium Dioxide & Iron Oxide), Crosslinked Sodium Carboxymethylcellulose, Silicon Dioxide, Stearic Acid, Magnesium Stearate, Calcium Carbonate Prep.
 
Florisene is ideally combined with Absalom which should greatly speed up the process of hair growth. Also combines well with BioCare Adult Multivitamins and Minerals.
 
Recommended use:
  • Take 1 tablet 3 times daily for the first 6 months. (see warnings below)
  • Thereafter, for maintenance purposes, take 1 tablet daily. However, for women who have heavy periods or who eat little or no red meat, then 2 tablets may be required.
  • Florisene should be taken with water half to one hour before food or on an empty stomach.
  • It is best to avoid drinks containing milk, or tea and coffee within an hour of taking Florisene as these drinks affect absorption of the nutrients.
Contra-indications, warnings:
  • Other iron containing supplements should not be taken whilst taking Florisene. (Ideally take with iron-free BioCare Adult Multivitamins & Minerals.)
  • Consult a doctor before taking Florisene if pregnant, during breastfeeding, or if planning to become pregnant.
  • Florisene should not be taken whilst taking oral antibiotics.
  • Florisene should not be taken within 2 hours of taking any medication, including indigestion remedies.
Side effects, overusage:
Florisene contains iron and a small proportion of people may experience some minor digestive disturbance such as nausea. This generally disappears but, if it persists, then try taking Florisene with a 'light' meal.

Florisene is safe at the Nutritional Supplement Recommended Intake. In case of accidental overdosage, seek medical help.
Keep iron supplements away from children.
 
Frequently Asked Questions

 
Chronic Telogen Effluvium (CTE) - the most common type of hair loss
The most common type of hair loss in women is CTE (chronic telogen effluvium). CTE is hair loss which is evenly distributed across the scalp, as opposed to hair loss just at the top of the head. Often it is only the sufferer who notices that their hair is shedding more than it used to. Women affected by this type of hair loss are usually between the ages of 18-50, and they generally show one of the following signs:
  • An increase in the number of hairs lost when shampooing, brushing or combing.
  • Less hair to clip or tie back than before.
Tests often show that women with CTE suffer from low iron stores in the body (1). The amount of iron stored by the body can be simply measured by your doctor. He/she will take a small blood sample from you and then have it analysed for its serum ferritin level.
 
However, the more common measurement to be taken from a blood test is the haemoglobin level but this simply helps your doctor see if you are anaemic. Research has not established a link between haemoglobin levels and hair loss as it has with hair loss and serum ferritin values (1, 2).
 
In fact it is not unusual to find you have a normal haemoglobin level with lowered storage iron (serum ferritin).
 
Low dietary iron intakes has been known for some time to be a potential problem for millions of women, but it is only now that it is becoming recognised as an important factor that can contribute to increased hair shedding, and that this condition is really quite common (3, 4, 5).
 
References
 
What causes low iron stores?
Low serum ferritin levels usually result from the loss of blood during menstruation, which is just enough to cause a gradual depletion of iron stores in the body. Additionally eating a diet containing little or no red meat is likely to give rise to a lower amount of available iron.
 
How Can I Be Sure That I Have CTE?
CTE is linked to low body iron stores. Research has shown that if the iron deficiency is corrected and the serum ferritin level is raised to a certain 'trigger point' then hair growth will resume. In fact, what actually happens is that the growing stage of the hair follicles is lengthened so, at any one time there are more hairs in the growing stage.
 
This means that hair volume will start to increase and any excessive shedding will reduce. However, this takes several months because ferritin levels can only be raised slowly. Also once the 'trigger point' is reached and hair growth starts, it takes 2-3 months for the shedding to reduce and another 3-6 months for the new hair to reach a length that contributes outwardly to fuller hair.
 
Whilst iron is usually the key factor, other nutrients also play an essential role. This was highlighted by research which showed that a significant proportion of women who were given an iron supplement failed to respond, even when given a high dose with additional vitamin C (which is known to help iron absorption).
 
The problem was overcome when it was realised that intake of the amino acid L-lysine was very low in many people's diets, particularly those who eat little or no meat.
 
When L-lysine was added to the other nutrients being given, most women went on to reach the target ferritin level, and their hair volume subsequently increased. When they stopped the hair shedding resumed several months later.
 
This information is not intended to replace the advice of a qualified Healthcare Professional.


 

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