Determining the reason for your hair loss will help you figure out a number of critical factors such as,
Let’s talk about a few likely reasons for your hair fall out and how you should address them!
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Hereditary Fall Out
The most common reason for hair fallout comes down to simple genetics. If a receding hairline runs in your family, you will likely experience hair fall out yourself. Hereditary fall out does effect men more than women. Unfortunately, hereditary hair loss is permanent and means you cannot grow your hair back naturally.However, pending the severity and your specific hair make-up, some people can experience hair regrowth with the help of cosmetic procedures!
Poor Hair Care
Your hair is much more sensitive than you might think it is. Having a quality hair care routine is critical to the health of your hair and can make a significant difference if you are experiencing hair loss! Make sure you are using a shampoo and conditioner that is free of sulphates and added chemicals. Do a hair treatment once per week to moisturise your scalp and hair follicles as well! If you use heat on your hair, use a heat protectant, especially if your hair is already colored!
If you notice that your hair is falling out in one large circle somewhere on your scalp, you might want to speak to your doctor about Alopecia. This is an autoimmune disease where the immune system attacks its own hair follicles luckily, alopecia does not have to be permanent! If your hair does not regrow on its own, then you can try cosmetic procedure to help stimulate the hair follicles and promote regrowth!
Most common in women, hormonal imbalance is known to cause hair loss in women. The degree of hair loss varies pending the severity of your hormonal imbalance. Once you fix the imbalance in your body, your hair should grow back all on its own with patience and time! If it does not, speak with your doctor!
Take a look at any medications you’re taking right now. Many medications come with a side effect of hair loss, although rare, it does still occur! If you think it could be one of your mediations, consult your doctor and see if you can either switch medications or momentarily pause yours!
No matter the reason for your hair loss, if this is a new occurrence, you need to talk to your doctor. Hair loss has dozens of causes and you deserve to know the reason for yours! There’s no need to live with something that could be temporary!
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