Things To Do When Experiencing Hair Loss
Hair is something we have in abundance as mammals, but as one of nature’s cruel jokes, if you do manage to lose hair at all, it’s most likely going to be from the one place you’d prefer to keep it — your head! Don’t sit there and sing the balding blues. Read these tips on how you can thwart hair loss.
Exposure to toxins, such as arsenic, thallium or mercury, can contribute to hair loss and even endanger one’s life. If caught in time, hair loss can be eliminated, allowing your hair to grow back within six to eight weeks.
Keep your hair clean. If you don’t wash your hair your follicles can get clogged up with dirt and oil. This is what causes hair loss and can prevent you from growing hair back. You should be sure you don’t over shampoo your hair because this can also cause hair loss.
Be sure you are getting enough protein in your diet. If your follicles aren’t getting enough protein, they move into a resting phase in which no new hair growth takes place. If new hair isn’t growing in, the old hair will fall out. Eating a balanced diet with enough protein can prevent this cycle.
To prevent your hair from falling out, keep it clean! Dirty hair is prone to infections, which weakens the hair follicles and increases the rate at which you lose hair. Use high quality shampoo and conditioning products, and take the time to massage shampoo deeply into your scalp. You should also have your hair trimmed regularly.
Be sure to visit a doctor if you suddenly experience a great deal of hair loss for no apparent reason. While hair loss is often associate with heredity, aging or pregnancy, there could be underlying reasons for hair loss such as sudden weight loss, diabetes, drug interactions, high fevers, exposure to radiation, stress and a poor diet. You may also find out that you may have a vitamin deficiency.
As there exist certain skin conditions and diseases which can cause hair loss one of the first things you should do if you are experiencing beyond normal hair loss is consult with a dermatologist. He or she will be able to tell you if you have a skin condition, or if the hair loss is caused by something else. Knowing is half the battle.
Without the proper amount of vitamin E, your hair can become brittle and fall out. You can easily supplement your diet with vitamin E tablets can improve the circulation in your scalp. Make sure you are incorporating enough vitamin E into your daily diet, as this goes a long way.
It is quite the cruel joke played on people that chest and back hair never seems to fall out, yet that hair on your head is always trying to jump off. Make sure you fight to keep your current hair and to grow back that hair from yesteryear by applying the information you read above. Hair growth is in your hands now.