Hair Falling Out?

Hair Falling Out?

Is Your Hair Falling Out Much More Than Normal?

A sudden or gradual increase in the number of hairs you are shedding each day can be caused by a variety of different things. It could be caused by stress, or perhaps by a new medication you might be taking, such as certain high blood pressure medicines.

An increase in the number of hairs falling out could be due to a fungal or yeast infection on the scalp or even in the digestive tract. For women, this could be brought on by menopause, a sluggish thyroid or other hormonal problems.

 
More often than not, the primary culprit when your hair begins falling out is Androgenic Alopecia. In men it’s also known as male pattern baldness. It causes your hair to fall out in a very specific pattern starting just above the temples, and also on the crown of the head. Ultimately, in most cases, the hair will continue falling out until it leaves only a fringe of hair around the sides and back of the head. In women, typically the the hairline does not recede but the hair becomes thinner all over the head. This kind of hair loss in women is referred to as “female pattern baldness”.

What You Can Do To Stop Hair Falling Out

As I’ve mentioned elsewhere in this blog, if you want to stop hair falling out a good starting place is to remove the sebum layer that accumulates on your scalp. Most people aren’t even aware of this waxy build-up.

When your hair follicles, DHT, and bacteria get trapped beneath this layer, your hair pores can become clogged. This means that for every pore that is blocked, there is a hair shaft that cannot penetrate your scalp. I’m sure you can see why clearing the blocked pores on your scalp will go a long way towards stopping excessive hair loss and preparing your scalp to regrow lost hair. The fact is, clearing the clogged pores on your scalp really isn’t hard to do… but unfortunately, vigorously washing your hair or using harsh shampoos will NOT remove embedded sebum. But there is a very specific, easy, no-cost method that can remove this waxy build-up.

Of course, you must not overlook other possible causes for your hair loss such as stress, medications, hormonal imbalance, an over-production of DHT, a sluggish thyroid, or poor blood circulation to the scalp… but a deep-cleanse of the scalp to remove sebum is a very good starting point. And simply cleansing your scalp of sebum could result in a significant reduction in your hair loss.

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