No, there is no external cause of hair loss. With the exception of hair that is out of condition or broken due to over processing or excessive heat- which is not strictly falling out, but many patients perceive the hairs in the brush/wash to have fallen out.
Doctor may spend time questioning you about your diet and supplement history, examine your hair (to check the rate of loss) and arrange a blood test.
No, absolutely not! From a Trichologist point of view, daily washing is most beneficial for the health of your scalp to create the very best environment for hair growth. In health, human scalp hair should grow 2.5cm per month.
I am 15-years old and having irregular periods for last few months now. I am also experiencing hair loss. When I run my hands through my hair, clumps of hair comes out and my hair is all over my cloths. I would like to now if there is a link between the two, and if it’s anything I should be worry about?
I am suffering from hair loss. Can Mane ‘n Tail shampoo help me with this problem?
I have noticed that my friend only drinks about 1-2 glasses of water a day and nothing more! Could dehydration be a reason for his hair falling out?
My hair has started dropping even though I am only in my mid-20s. My Dad reckons it is because I use hair gel. He says that when he was my age the same thing happened to him and it was due to his use of hair gel.
My hair is scarily thin and I was wondering if there’s something in particular I can use to help. When I brush my hair, tie it up, wash it, a big clump of it comes out. I’ve stopped using head and shoulders cos apparently its bad for my hair. PS I’m 14.
I’m a 13 years girl, I have a girl moustache and horrible side burns and a little hair between my eyebrows. I have hair on my back, chest, hands, & toes, what can I do about this?
My hair is the thinnest hair I’ve ever seen? I need to know how to make it thicker.