What are some brings about of hair reduction?

Question by atcblue05: What are some brings about of hair reduction?
I have really thick hair, a minor previous my shoulders. Ok so a good deal of my hair has been coming out when I comb my hair, wash it, blow dry, for a even though now. Not certain if it really is just regular shedding or some thing else. I do not know if it truly is owing to reduced iron, or what, but I’m heading to begin getting nutritional vitamins to see if that makes it much better. And also my hair has turn out to be curly in the previous few months, typically it really is just a minor wavy following I clean it, now it gets curly right after I clean it, it really is kinda strange. But thank you for any solutions…
Will not smoke, try to eat pretty wholesome, and don’t put on my ponytails that restricted.
Many thanks, I guess I must start off taking in more fruits and vegetables, commencing these days…

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Answer by Calista
Essentially,unhealthy food,using tobacco and extremely limited ponytails:)

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  1. Sur La Mer

    There’s an article in YAHOO just now, but that’s just one opinion of one or two doctors. They are really guessing, but if you go to other websites, they have more articles that makes more sense to today’s society.

    Eating all the healthy foods from Mother Nature, you get all your vitamins & minerals and proteins FREE without buying supplements, because if you’re experimenting hair loss, that’s like tucking the real problem under a rug, and without eliminating the real ’cause’ you’re not solving the issue here.

    So many reasons why you have hair loss:

    Supplements, steroids, hereditary,hair dyes perming, straightening, diet, medications with testosterone, certain antidepressants, menopause, anti-acne, and too much of everything. Add to that the 7,000 + toxics found in your home, plus pollution found outdoors. Your hair is crying for help!

    They also say you normally lose 100-200 hair a day, but I don’t. I lose about 7-8 every time I brush it, so that’s about 100 per week, give or take.

    The majority of hair problems here are from girls in their 30s, asking how to care for their damaged hair, what product to make their hair grow, why their hair falls out, and why their shampoo or conditioner don’t work. Women between 60-80 have that same problem, but it took them years to get there. And those same 30 & under girls are giving advice here? Go figure!

    Even the cheapest shampoo can do magic for your hair, so it must be what you’re doing AFTER you wash it. Shampoos and vitamins might make your hair look and feel healthier, but they won’t put more hairs on your head.

    According Dr. Melissa Piliang, a dermatologist at the Cleveland Clinic. Americans spent an estimated $ 176 million on hair loss products last year, and chances are some of that money was not well spent. Don’t let charming salon owners, seductive ads or fancy gimmicks convince you otherwise.

    Foods for Healthy Hair – the website had moved.
    Fruits, vegetables, legumes, and whole grains all supply B-complex vitamins, like biotin, folic acid and vitamin B12, as well as vitamin A, copper and zinc, which are all necessary for remedying dry, brittle hair and nourishing a healthy scalp. Some prime examples of foods that contain these nutrients for healthy hair include:
    ·                     Folic Acid – asparagus, beets, broccoli, avocados, Brussels sprouts, beans, chickpeas, soybeans, lentils, oranges, fresh peas, turkey and spinach.
    ·                     Biotin – cauliflower, liver, salmon, carrots, bananas, cereals, yeast, and soy flour. Keep in mind that biotin content is reduced when food is cooked or preserved.
    ·                     Vitamin B12 – foods rich in vitamin B12 include animal protein (such as beef, lamb, and veal), clams and oysters, liver, fish, milk, and egg yolks.
    •Vitamin A – butter, egg yolks, fish, fortified milk, organ meats (such as liver), and dark green, orange, red, and yellow fruits and vegetables, which all contain beta-carotene.
    •Copper – oysters and other shellfish, whole grains, beans, nuts, potatoes, and organ meats are good sources of copper. Dark leafy greens, dried fruits such as prunes, cocoa, black pepper, and yeast are also sources of copper in the diet.
    •Zinc – beef, eggs, liver, pork, poultry, and oysters. Also is also abundant in other high-protein foods, like cheese, legumes and nuts.
    If having a lush, beautiful mane of healthy hair is important to you, don’t just look to hot oil treatments and shine emollients. Eat these foods for healthy hair and say “bye-bye” to bad hair days.

    Hair DX
    I know hair. I am in my early 60’s, and I’ve been having menopause, and I am not experimenting hair loss, for those who said I don’t know what I’m talking about when it comes to hair. I have silky, shiny, soft, smooth very healthy long hair. Previously damaged by perming & dyeing. What you see on my profile is what I have now. It’s as thick as when I’m in my teens.

  2. It could be a whole bunch of things. Stress, not eating right. It could just be normal shedding we do shed hair everyday.

  3. Hair loss can be hereditary even in females.If you have chemically treated hair some one might have messed up and did something wrong or you might not be getting enough vitamins and nutrients.It could also be normal shedding.

  4. ultraviolet

    It is perfectly normal for people with thick hair to experience some hair loss.

    Generally most common could be stress, poor diet, unkept hair etc.

    (in some cases)Changes in hormone levels, such as those seen with menopause, pregnancy, thyroid conditions, or the stopping or starting of birth control pills or hormone replacement therapy, can cause temporary hair loss in women

    *in extreme cases when tufts fall out, may be alopecia* – http://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alopecia_areata
    if you are really worried, see your doctor to get it checked out

    I also found this website very helpful for your question: