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  • 1. http://www.1300hairloss.com.auWHAT CAUSES HAIRLOSShttp://www.1300hairloss.com.au
  • 2.  The lack of nutrients can be easily identified when our hair, skin and nails begin to look unhealthy. When your hair falls it could be due to hormonal imbalance, deficiency of nutrients, improper hair practices, or an underlying medical condition. The most common type of hair loss from the scalp (as opposed to loss of hair from all over the body) is androgenetic alopecia (AA), or pattern baldness. When it occurs in men, it’s called male- pattern baldness; in women, it’s female-pattern baldness. AA accounts for 95 percent of all cases of head-only hair loss and it results when, for reasons science hasn’t identified, hair follicles become sensitive to the hormone androgen. http://www.1300hairloss.com.au
  • 3.  Temporary or permanent hair thinning or complete loss of hair is a potential adverse effect of various radiation therapies and chemotherapeutic agents. The extent of alopecia depends on the dose and duration of therapy. These treatments cause alopecia by damaging stem cells and follicles. As a result, the hair is brittle and may fall out or break off at the surface of the scalp. Some patients who undergo radiation to the head may sustain permanent loss of hair. Many health care providers view hair loss as a minor problem when compared to the potentially life threatening consequences of cancer. For many patients, however, loss of hair is a major assault on body image, resulting in depression, anxiety, anger, rejection, and isolation. To patients and families, getting bald or losing hair can be a constant reminder of the challenges cancer places on their coping abilities, interpersonal relationships, and sexuality. http://www.1300hairloss.com.au
  • 4.  Loss of hair can also occur during pregnancy, the rise in hormones sends hair into its resting phase, so hair that would naturally fall out does not. Several months after delivery, hormones return to normal, and most women experience hair loss to worsen. But it usually corrects itself. Moreover, some women lose hair while taking birth control pills. This could be due to shifting hormone levels caused by the pill. In cases like this, it would be best to talk to your gynecologist about switching to a different pill or birth control http://www.1300hairloss.com.au method.
  • 5.  Research proves that prolonged exposure to ultraviolet rays can damage the scalp and prevent the growth of healthy hair. If your hair falls excessively, becomes brittle, or loses luster, it is a sign for you to examine what you are doing wrong. Sometimes it may just be the products you are using which are unsuitable for your hair type. In the advent of our daily life experiences, we rely on what seemed like the best course to a glorious hair day. But little do we know that several shampoos contain chemicals, or hair straightening that would eventually cause excessive hair fall. In addition to the latter, frequent use of hair dryers can also have the same effect. Hair dye products should also be avoided as they contain chemicals that ruin the very nature of your hair. This will make your hair brittle and who knows what it can do to your scalp. http://www.1300hairloss.com.au