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Information about Hair loss
Health & Medicine

Published on March 18, 2014

Author: robenarticles



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Struggling with hair loss? If you are reading this pdf then you’re in for a surprise. We’ve packed a ton of information into a few short tips that will help you to stop hair loss in its tracks. If you or someone you know has a hard time with this then keep reading and be sure to pass this guide along! Causes of Hair Loss #1 Stress

Following an illness or an operation or a breakdown of relationship etc. The good news is that this type of hair loss is usually temporary. Causes of Hair Loss #2 Female hormones Hair loss can strike during pregnancy. However, usually soon after the pregnancy, when hormones return to their normal cycle, so does hair growth which should mean the end to hair loss. Causes of Hair Loss #3 Male hormones Millions of men are affected by hair loss, most commonly resulting in pattern balding. This is caused by increased levels of a hormone called dihydrotestosterone which is referred to as (DHT). This is a bi product of testosterone and when there is a build up of it attacks hair growth by shortening the growth phase and by shrinking the hair follicle. Causes of Hair Loss #4 Medicines Such as anti depressants, birth control pills and vitamins can cause hair loss, so consider what you are taking and consult your doctor. Causes of Hair Loss #5 Fungal infections Most often found in children. Fortunately, this form of hair loss can be easily treated with anti fungal medicines. Causes of Hair Loss #6 Ill health An underlying disease such as diabetes can lead to hair loss which is why it is important to take a full medical consultation when you notice changes in your body. Causes of Hair Loss #7 Things to be avoided Pigtails, tight hairstyles, hot oil treatments, perms etc as they can all cause hair loss so be careful. For more information on hairstyles and other unique tips, feel free to pay us a visit over at Also be sure to see our latest post here:

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