How much hair fall is too much?
- December 19, 2015
Is the amount of hair whirling in your shower drain growing with each day? Is the number of strands in your brush increasing with each stroke? Chances are you might have joined the million of hair fall sufferers around the world.
But don’t hit the panic button just yet! While early recognition of the problem is useful, it is important to differentiate between normal versus abnormal hair fall. So, we are here to help you understand the key question- how much hair fall is too much?
How much hair are you losing?
Hair fall, to a certain extent, is normal. You may lose some hair everyday, and still have no cause to worry. This is actually a result of the hair’s natural growth cycle. While majority of your hair is in a growing phase, a minimum 10% gets into a resting phase. This hair falls out in order to make room for new hair growth.
However, if you feel that you are losing more hair than your normal amount, it could be a cause of concern. This condition of shedding excessive hair is called ‘Telogen Effluvium’. It is caused by a variety of reasons, and it is important to understand why you’re losing hair in order to solve the problem effectively.
Determining the cause of hair fall
Excessive hair loss can be caused by lifestyle issues like too much stress, poor diet, breakage caused by excessive styling, and allergies to hair products. However, it is also prevalent due to hormonal, immunological and infectious issues like pregnancy, stopping birth control, and recent illnesses or operations.
If your daily loss seems worrying even after taking these variables into account, you can try Livon Hair Gain Tonic- a hair fall treatment that is clinically tested to accelerate hair growth and control hair fall by revitalizing hair follicles from the roots and improving overall hair quality. It restores proper circulation of blood and nutrients to the hair follicle. Also, it prevents shrinking of the hair follicle and helps hair grow back into a healthy cycle.
Now that you know how much hair fall is too much, judge your hair fall carefully for a more accurate diagnosis, and take the right steps to control the problem.
- December 19, 2015