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Excessive hair loss

Excessive hair loss - how to fix?

The average person loses throughout the day about 100 hairs. This phenomenon is quite natural and should not arouse in us anxiety. The problem occurs when starting their fall much more - about 150-200.

Very often it happens in times of solstice spring-summer or autumn-winter, but just as often this is due to the big problems with our bodies. Why hair falls out? And how to cultivate, to once again enjoy the lush haircut?

Why does hair fall out?

The causes that lead to excessive hair loss can be a lot:

Hormone disorders - this applies to women who take oral hormonal contraception, as well as those who have given birth, going through menopause or are struggling with thyroid disease - in these times of fluctuating hormones are the biggest and usually cause the most havoc in the body. Women in menopause sometimes they also have to deal with androgenic alopecia - is responsible for not too many male hormones in the body.

Stress - stressful work, financial problems, bereavement, depression - a nervous situation, lasting for a long time in our lives are a very common cause of hair loss. It is also to some extent associated with improper levels of hormones - Stress impairs the regulation adrenals, which under such conditions produces too many androgens, and this leads to hair loss and, in extreme cases, hair loss.

Poisoning toxins - enters the body of heavy metals such as mercury, arsenic and thallium, causes rapid hair loss and slow regrowth.

Improper care - hair may also begin to fall as a result of the use of improper means care or improper handling of the utensils of daily use eg. Hair dryer, curling iron, straightener. Moreover, the hair can also weaken the constant tying them in a ponytail - overdo it weakens the scalp and hair roots. Techniques such as tapirs, jerking or combing or too frequent coloring and perm - can lead to the destruction of the structure of the hair and ultimately cause hair loss.

Diet - protein, iron, biotin, omega 3 fatty acids and zinc, which is responsible for the occurrence of hair fiber-forming proteins - these components should be present in our diet in large quantities.

Diseases of the scalp - Excessive hair loss is often associated with other disorders of the scalp, eg. fungal disease which causes inflammation of the skin, which in turn leads to loss and inhibition of new hair growth.

In addition, the condition of hair definitely worsens smoking, taking certain medications or bad weather conditions, eg. sun, frost, wind or high humidity. However, most often the problem lies within our body, so if we see each other at specific deficiencies in the hairs of the head, it is worth paying this problem to a dermatologist or trychologa - specialists will task relevant studies, determine the cause and will choose the right treatment.

How to deal with hair loss?

If hair loss is an acceptable norm, not the result of disease and does not cause hair loss - perhaps enough proper care cosmetics to the situation returned to normal. In this case it is best to opt for dermatological preparations eg. shampoos, conditioners, treatments whose active ingredients to effectively break the hair loss process and will ensure that the new hair will grow back much stronger.

Weakened hair should also start to strengthen from the inside, taking the supplements, and restrict their strain by less frequent use of the equipment for hair styling and hair elastics or reduce the frequency of dyeing.


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