What’s Happening with Hair Loss

28 Nov

While hair loss is always seen at the domain of aging men there are more and more reasons people are experiencing hair loss. Fortunately with the internet you can easily search and find list and list of reasons you may be seeing hair fall out. There isn’t anything to be alarmed about if you’ve begun to notice it. While it is impossible to predict how quickly anyone will lose hair. It is estimated that one hair loss begins the rate of hair loss of about 5% per year. Once they have started to notice hair loss, most men take 15–25 years to lose most of their hair, but a few are completely bald after 5 years.


So you have roughly 5-25 years to fix a problem correct? Why leave it for later when it can be easily addressed sooner. If your hairloss is the typical male pattern baldness then you will need something to fight against DHT. DHT is Dihydrotestosterone is an endogenous androgen sex steroid and hormone which if produced locally at the site of hair follicles and not systemic DHT, is the primary causal factor in male androgenetic alopecia or baldness. This means if it starts to appear on your scalp you will start to notice you hair loss. What you will need is something that will help stop the DHT from resting and staying on your scalp and causing the hair loss. You can use several shampoos however they tend to use chemicals and their provided benefits only function if you continue to use the products to combat the hair loss. What you can use instead is Nisim Newhair Biofactors Shampoo to cleanse the scalp and wash away the DHT. Then follow up the shampoo with the Hair and Scalp Extract to start nourishing the follicles to help produce new hair.

While the common reason of DHT has been addressed there are also several other causes for experiencing hair loss. Below is a breakdown of some other reasons you see hair fall and how you can easily address these issues either with other products or changes to your hair style, diet or another factor.


Harsh hairstyles or treatments:

Hairstyles that consistently use rubber bands, rollers or barrettes, or pull hair into tight styles can inflame hair follicles. So can incorrectly used chemical products, heavy heating tools and harsh dyes and  bleaches, If you have causes damage to the scalp the hair loss will unfortunately be permanent. So you should try to focus on hairstyles and hair treatments that won’t put heavy stress on you scalp and hair. Natural is in and this also goes for black women who have recently seen an increase in the positive public view of thicker and curlier hair both to style and maintain.


Hormone imbalances:

In both men and a majority of women, hormonal shifts from different factors ranging from age to birth control pills, pregnancy, childbirth, menopause or hysterectomy can induce more hair follicles than normal to enter the dormant phase. This means hair won’t grow and your natural hair loss as your hair goes through its cycle will seem drastic. Things like pregnancy will be a temporary loss and your hair will grow back quite rapidly once the pregnancy is over. For other factors of hormonal imbalances you will need to speak with your doctor if it’s related to medication or personal health and they will be able to provide solutions or explain if the problem is temporary.

Illness or surgery:

The stress from sickness or surgery may prompt the body to temporarily cease nonessential tasks such as hair production. The most common illness to directly cause hair loss is an autoimmune condition called alopecia areata, which has no cure and causes rapid body-wide hair loss. If you are experiencing extreme stress of sickness the hair loss will stop once those stresses have passed and you can continue to normal hair growth.

Medications and vitamins:

Cancer chemotherapy, which attacks hair follicles in its attempt to kill all fast-growing cells around the body, is a well-known reason for hair loss. As was stated earlier if you are taking a medication, such as a blood thinner, you will experience hair loss. You will need to speak with your doctor to ensure that the medical solution he provides can help if you feel that hair loss is having a adverse effect on your life.

Nutritional deficits:

Heavy dieting or eating disorders such as bulimia and anorexia can temporarily stun hair follicles to cease growth. Maintain a proper diet which provides all the essential nutrients and vitamins you need and you should see a return to your natural hair growth and stop hair loss.

As with anything related to the body there are several reasons why one thing may be happening. Hair loss is not removed from this situation. If you are experiencing hair loss you should take a look at your lifestyle and health as it may be something related to an easy change in your day to day before going off on an extreme. Once you’ve taken a look at the causes try out New Hair Biofactors and see what happens!


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