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Losing your hair is one of the worst possible situations that can befall any man or woman.
While a genetic predisposition to hair loss can still be addressed, there are a variety of other factors which can be behind hair loss issues.
While there are medical treatments recommended for hair loss by trichologists (doctors with a specialization in hair), it is advisable to root out other factors that could be behind hair loss. Go through the below mentioned points, and see if they are applicable to your situation. It is possible that while they aren’t directly causing your hair to fall out, they could still be at play.
This means two things. Firstly, are you consuming enough water on a daily basis? It is possible that in winters, you’re not drinking enough water, and getting all your water from tea, soup, or other hot beverages. This is bad for your hair, as skin and hair both tend to dry out more in the winter air, and you need to drink water to hydrate on a daily basis.
In the summer, its not the question of drinking water, but not drinking enough of it. In humid and dry weather, we can lose more water from our sweat than we can recover from drinking. And, are you replenishing the electrolytes lost from the water in your sweat?
Secondly, it is possible that the water in your shower has too much salt, i.e. calcium. Further, the bath water could also be polluted. Casually checking the smell, taste and color of the water is a good way to check for impurities that could be behind hair loss.
There are many factors of your diet that can be behind hair loss. The most obvious aspect is the nutritional contents of your meals. Are you getting enough vitamin E? Vitamin E is essential for good skin and hair health, and hair loss is can be a symptom of its deficiency.
Further, does your diet not have enough protein? If you are more carbohydrates oriented, it could have a detrimental impact on your health, including inducing hair loss. This is why doctors advise a balanced diet.
The one factor that is the most obvious, yet is ignored often. Smoking is dangerous for every part of your body, including your hair. Smoking damages your hair in many ways.
Firstly, cigarette smoke gets trapped in your hair. As cigarettes contain hundreds of chemicals harmful for human health, direct contact with your hair will obviously damage them.
There are many medicines that can trigger off hair loss. It is therefore advisable to always research, and ask about the side effects (including potential hair loss) from a reliable source. A new prescription medicine, recommended for a long term must always be checked out for such side effects. Dr Ray Woods Hair Transplant, of the Dr Woods Hair Transplant team in fact analyses all your current prescription medication, as well as long term medication history.
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