Hair Loss

Hair Loss

Hair Loss

Hair Loss :

Hair loss is an esthetic disease which is commonly seen in both men and women. Although it is not irritating in women as it is in men, women may also experience significant hair loss.

Hair loss may be occurred in different ways. Hair may become thin or be lost completely from a certain region of the head. Anyway, hair of an individual loses approximately 80 – 100 strands per day. Well, I seem to hear that you ask “How can it possible for us to become completely bald?” Lost hair is only the %10 of your existing hair. Every healthy individual lose that amount daily. Of course this hair will grow and come full circle again. There is a cycle in this way for hair structure of mankind.

Symptoms of Hair Loss ;

• Forehead line starts to elevate headward

• Hair starts to become thin

• Peeling of scalp

• Explicit black spots on hair roots

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  1. Meg, hair loss can vary from spoern to spoern, and in some cases it can be a sign of iron deficiency, and/or high stress levels. Are you experiencing any kind of stresses, either in your outside life or internally? Poor diet can also lead to hair loss. Have you been cutting corners on nutrition? I know it can be scary to experience hair loss like this. While some loss is always normal, and seasonal shedding as your mom said is also normal, you know your body best. If something is not normal for *you* and how your body normally is, then there is reason to investigate. I would recommend scheduling an appointment with your physician. Explain the problem your having, and s/he will probably run a blood test on you to check for anemia (iron deficiency) and some other things. If this is simply no big deal, you’ll feel so much better hearing it from your doctor. If there’s anything at all to help correct or treat big or small you’ll be so happy you asked! In the meantime, you may wish to begin taking a multi-vitamin that includes iron in the formula. Try your best to eat healthy, nutritious, non-processed foods whenever possible, and don’t overstyle your hair. Coloring every 5 to 6 weeks may just be catching up to you. Let your hair dry naturally, and go very gently with it in terms of how you wear it for now. Hair loss, simply genetic, can also occur in females and it’s possible this is happening, though I’m guessing it’s more vitamin and stress related.Try to be very gentle with yourself and if there is anything upsetting you or worrying you inside, talk it out and try to let it go if possible. Life has so many wonderful open doors for all of us, and if one moment is rocky, the next will be smooth. Good luck to you and I hope this helps!

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