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Hair Loss Myths

Let us look at some common hair loss myths:

Myth: Losing an average of a hundred hairs per day is normal. Don't worry about it.

Yes and no.
Yes: Hair loss happens naturally everyday. On average 50-150 hairs are lost daily. This daily hair loss does not affect the hair follicle, thus the hair re-grows.
No: when the shedding exceeds hair growth. That is if hairs are produced thinner and shorter due to weaken and smaller hair follicles, you have to worry about it. Since as time pass on, if these follicles die and no new hair are produced any more, then you have excessive hair loss which may lead to male pattern baldness. You have to take corrective measure to revert the process.

 

Myth: You can increase the number of hair follicles by using drugs or other methods such as hair loss products.

No. The number and diameter of your hair follicles is completely out of your control by drugs or hair loss products. We are born with a set number of hair follicles that do not change throughout life.

Myth: Cutting or shaving hair can increase hair growth and thickness.

Cutting your hair has no effect on hair growth. Since hair is thicker at the base than it is at the tip, your hair may appear thicker at first, but it is not.

Myth: Wearing hats can cause hair loss.

Wearing a hat does not cause hair loss, unless the hat is worn so tight. Instead, it can prevent sunburn. However, if you wear a hat too long, the excretion and accumulation of sebum and oil on your hair have to be cleaned properly. Do not allow it become hardened sebum plug which in turn prevents oxygen circulation to hair follicles causing hair fall out. Nor should you allow it accumulating dirt to breed bacteria inducing hair loss.

Myth: Blow drying and frequent washing causes hair loss.

Not to the extend of doing excessively, blow drying and washing your hair frequently will not cause hair loss. However, heat damaged hair is often brittle and prone to shedding. Too much heat can also permanently damage hair follicles, leading to hair loss. Similarly, physical damage to hair due to overaggressive shampooing or toweling can lead to a hair loss condition called traction alopecia. Similarly, coloring hair, perming, and styling - when done properly - do not lead to hair loss.

Myth: There is nothing you can do to treat or prevent hair loss.


No, with advances in science and hair loss product research, specifically in the area of DHT and pattern baldness, about the nutritional needs of hair, great hair loss treatment products from like Inhairit, HairGensis, Provillus are introduced. Men and women no longer have to live with hair loss.
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