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According to the American Academy of Dermatology majority of people lose 50 to 100 strands of hair a day and up to 300 strands while washing it. But that doesn’t mean you should pause from washing it, it’s a normal thing.
There are other reasons why we lose a ton of strands of hair quickly. It can be because it was passed on by genes, health or medical conditions and others like:
- Thyroid Problems
If your thyroid makes too little or too much hormone, it may affect the cycle of your hair growth.
- Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
When you have PCOS your body produces more androgen (male hormones) than it should. This causes your hair to become thin and get lose.
Your preggy high leveled hormone keep the locks a bit loosen than the norm. But it comes back after a year or so.
- Cancer Treatment
Chemo and radiation therapy can harm hair follicles and set off a huge amount of hair loss but once your done with the treatment your hair grows back.
- Severe Emotional Distress
Physical and emotional stress can cause us to a dramatic hair loss.
These are just some of the factors that can cause hair loss. There are more if you ask an expert.
Prevent Hair Loss
We can’t really stop our hair from falling out but we can prevent loosing large amount of hair by trying these steps:
- Use hair growth products
But remember that it is better to use organic or a trust-worthy hair care products.
- Massage your scalp
Use oils to calm your scalp. Much better if you will use an essential oil.
- Stop using hair tools that involves high heat
Using hair iron and curlers can damage your hair, which causes hair loss.
- Avoid hairstyles that pull on the hairline, use an alternative.
Instead of going wild with your hairstyles, consider wearing a weave/wig like the latest trend – Box Braids
- Consult a doctor
It’s safer if you’ll visit an expert to know your hair/scalp issue.
I hope these new info and tips are a big help to all of you Sweeties. Have a gorgeous day!
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