- What types of hair loss are there?
- What causes hair loss?
- What can you do against hair loss?
- If you notice hair loss, do it
Hair loss is a common problem that can affect both men and women. There are different types and causes that we want to deal with. And what to do if you notice increased hair loss.
Types and causes of hair loss
There are two main types of hair loss: hereditary and non-hereditary. Hereditary means that the genes that cause hair loss were inherited from your parents. Non-hereditary means that the causes are external, such as stress, an unbalanced diet, hormonal imbalances, medication or chemical treatments.
Hair loss is a problem for many people. Most try to circumvent it using various methods. But which methods are really suitable to prevent hair loss?
An important factor to prevent it
An important factor in preventing hair loss is allowing new hair to grow back. And our scalp plays an important role in this.
Too much sugar, milk, coffee and white flour over-acidifies the body. Slags are then deposited on the scalp. The hair roots can no longer be supplied and the hair follicle suffers. The consequences: the hair does not grow back at all and then falls out.
The same when the scalp is too oily and flaky. Too much sebum and dandruff clog pores and hair follicles. The supply of the hair suffers and comes to a complete standstill.
Nutrients are only absorbed and the hair has the chance to regenerate and grow if the interaction between the scalp, hair roots and hair follicles is right.
So hair loss can be a very complex subject... And the only way to find out what you can do is to determine the type and cause of the hair loss you are suffering from.
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