Brainstorming the Causes of Your Hair Loss

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If hair loss has been plaguing you lately, you’re probably very confused — particularly if it’s the first time. There are a number of different factors that can contribute to hair loss, and this article will help you determine whether you are one of those who suffers from the genetic lottery, or your problems are more internal. Check out this list to see which way you may end up going.

Styling products do nothing but clog pores over time. While they do make your hair look outstanding, they are also keeping your hair from breathing normally. If you start trying out some other products, you may find one that allows you to feel even better than another. These ideas should help you decide whether or not you should wash out all of that styling product on your own, before collapsing into bed.

It is true that many professional looking brands are carried at the grocery store. There are many brands that have come up with both the shampoo and conditioner, pairing them for easy purchase. However, all of these lower-end chemicals will just fry your hair over time. They don’t have the nutrients and the moisture that some of their older counterparts do. Instead of yanking down the big bottle of dual-function Suave, the next time you go to a salon, ask for some of the products that they are using. It might double your bill, but you will walk out the door with the product you’ve been looking for.

Tight ponytails apply a great deal of pressure on the hair follicles. Even when you have properly nourished your hair, if you pull on it too tightly, the follicles will break — and broken follicles lead to hair that is angry and injured. Instead, make your whole way of life much simpler by going to looser hair styles. You won’t get headaches from that ponytail that is too tight, and you won’t have to deal with the initial stages of hair loss once the follicles begin to find out.

Brushing wet hair is also hard work for the follicles involved. The brush pulls on hair even when it is dry, applying pressure to the follicle. When the hair is wet, the brush pulls with more authority, because the air is not part of this equation. However, when the brush pulls harder, that can lead to an injury as well. It is better just to use dry hair when brushing.

Everyone has a different perspective on hair loss. There are those who view it as tragically permanent; there are others who view it as simply another way station on the way through life. Because it is reversible, there is no reason to see hair loss as a tragedy.

There are many different causes for hair loss, and some are more simple to remedy than others. Trying the list of solutions above should lead to thicker hair in a relatively short amount of time, which means that you should be back to normal soon.

Ed
Ed

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