Hair Issues…?

Question by mmroxs: Hair Problems…?
I am only twelve and have been obtaining a whole lot of frightening hair reduction. Every day I loose about twenty strands of hair. Do any of you know why? I scarcely shampoo more than two occasions a week.

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Solution by Catherine
u mite b pressured out or not taking in the rite issues go to a docter adn get it checked out and u probaly need to have to get a greater manufacturer of shampoo i recomend kenra shampoo and leave in conditioner. clean ur hair each and every other day with that and make positive u ask ur doc.

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4 thoughts on “Hair Issues…?

  1. Okay……………….

    Here Ya Go:

    Hair Breakage
    Hair can break when points in the hair thicken or weaken. Sometimes this happens near the scalp so a person’s hair never grows very long. When hairs break at the ends, they’re called “split ends,” and the splits can travel up the hair shaft.

    A major cause of hair breakage is improper use of chemical hair treatments, like the treatments described above. But brushing or combing hair too frequently or in the wrong way (such as using a fine-toothed comb on very thick, curly hair or teasing hair) can lead to breakage. Hair extensions and braids can also cause breakage. Leaving them in too long or pulling them out without professional help can cause hair and scalp damage or even hair loss.

    Sometimes hair breakage and dry, brittle hair are signs of a medical problem, such as hypothyroidism or an eating disorder. If your hair is breaking even though you don’t treat it with chemicals or other styling products, see a doctor.

    Oh and the site is:

    http://kidshealth.org/teen/your_body/take_care/hair_care.html

    and you can use “Herbal Essences: Break’s Over” Shampoo and Conditioner 2!

    Happy 2 Help!

  2. Only 20 strands? Does this come with just normal brushing? It’s normal to lose hair every single day. 20 hairs is not a lot, and I wouldn’t worry about it unless you’re filling up a brush every morning with hair. Other than that, a few hairs coming out is normal. I would try brushing very gently, not pulling or yanking. Start at the bottom of your hair and gradually work your way up to the roots.

    Also, it’s ok to shampoo more than 2 times a week! It keeps your scalp healthy and in turn makes your hair healthy. Unless you have really dry hair, you can feel free to shampoo every day.

  3. take a vitamin supplements and you should be fine…..Keep your hair moisturized….

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