Your Hair Is Falling? Stop It Now

Whether we are blessed with glamorous locks of hair, or fuzzy ones, we care for our hair more than any other part of the body.

Our hair adds greatly to our appearance and is the first thing which the others see when they look at us, actually they take the first impression about us according to how we look like. Therefore, we all worry about losing our hair and try our best to avoid this problem. So, if you are really interested of maintaining a healthy, charming hair, keep reading to know and discover some secrets and solutions.

Studies proved that we have at least 100,000 hairs on your scalp, and our hair grows  approximately one centimeter a month. However, ten percent of the hair on your head is resting, while the other ninety percent are actively growing. Then, in three to four months, those ten percent which are resting will fall out naturally and be replaced by new hair. Hence, it is very normal to notice the falling of few hairs regularly everyday. However, in some cases, there is an abnormal rate of hair loss, which means that the new hair is not enough to replace the amount which is lost.


Symptoms of Loss of Hair

For men: when the man develop Male Pattern Baldness, the symptoms are seen as a receding hairline early on in life, then expand to a bald patch on the top of the head ( this bald patch may increase in size year after year).

For women: when the woman develop a Female Pattern Baldness, she witnesses thinning and loss of hair all over the head.

In general, there are many types of hair loss which are located at the center, on small patches of hair or large areas of the scalp.

Causes of Loss of Hair

Genetics and heredity are one of the main causes for the loss of hair; however, there are many other different factors that may cause hair loss, including:

1- Surgery

You may suddenly witness an increasing amount of falling hair after few months of having any major surgery. The stress and strain on the body after the illness or surgery are the main reasons for the loss of hair, but it will stop after some time.

2- Hormones

Excessive hair loss can be caused by an imbalance of hormones, for example, an increase in the levels of androgens or estrogen. Additionally, hair loss can be also caused by any improper function of thyroid.

3- Pregnancy

After delivering a baby, the woman can witness a sudden fall of hair after the first three months.  When the woman is pregnant, her body produces an excess of hormones, and these hormones increase the production of hair, so many pregnants get the healthiest hair growth during this period.

However, after the baby is born, the hormones regain its balance causing the loss of some hair.

4- Medication

Many medicines and drugs like blood thinners, medicines for heart diseases, birth control pills, antidepressants, high blood pressures medications, excessive amounts of vitamin A supplements and many others may cause temporary loss of hair. However, when you stop or replace these medications, everything go back to normal.

5- Infections

If your scalp suffers from fungal infections, this would lead to hair loss, especially for children. This problem can be easily treated with specific anti-fungal shampoos and medications.

6- Illnesses

Sometimes, hair loss is one of the main symptoms of serious diseases like diabetes, anemia or lupus.

In such case, when the disease is identified and treated, the problem will be solved.

7- Chemotherapy

Chemotherapy is one of useful ways used to treat Cancer but it causes heavy hair loss. However, after a year of stopping the sessions, the hair generally grows back.

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8- Hairstyles

Tight pigtails, cornrows and many others can put excessive pressure on the hair and scalp which causes a loss of big amount of hair.  Avoid the pulling of hair to stop scarring or hair loss. Hot oil conditioning, chemicals used to curl or straighten hair and other salon hair treatments can also scar the scalp and ruin the hair as well.

9- Age

As the man and the woman age, they notice a gradual thinning and loss of their hair.

Hair Loss Home Remedies

If your hair is falling, and you are worried about it, it is better to consult your doctor or dermatologist as they are able to find the reason of your problem and suggest a suitable treatment.

However, if the reasons are not obvious, your doctor may order a scalp biopsy to discover what is causing this problem.

Beside everything related to doctors and medications, there is another way which proved to be  very effective for treating hair loss, which is using some hair loss home remedies that have proved beneficial as well.


1-  Treatment One : Henna leaves and mustard oil.

Boil some Henna leaves, mustard oil and some water

Apply this mixture to thinning hair, bald patches, and the whole scalp.

You can also add some ground fenugreek seeds to make the best natural home remedies for baldness.


2- Treatment Two: Safflower Oil

Massage your hair with safflower oil everyday, this can be a great home remedy for hair growth.

Massage on the head and hair is very beneficial to hair growth, since it improves the quality of your hair if used on a daily basis for at least a month.

3- Treatment Three: jojoba

Make a mixture of jojoba essential oil, olive oil, and rosemary oil. All of these are very excellent home remedies to treat and stop stop hair fall. Additionally, grapefruit seed oil, tea tree oil, peppermint essential oil and chamomile essential oil are also some amazing oils to aid hair growth.

Make a mixture of all these oils and massage your hair and scalp daily.

4- Treatment Four: Lavender oil

Spray and Massage your scalp and hair with Lavender oil and get amazed by the amazing benefits of this effective a home remedy to stop the hair fall.

 Try some home remedies and say goodbye for hair loss