shampooingLosing your hair can be difficult. Many people make assumptions about what is causing them to lose their hair and actually end up causing more harm than good. The following guide walks you through a few of the common misconceptions that people have about hair loss. Is shampooing your hair one of them?

Washing Your Hair Daily Causes Hair Loss

People often think that they lose their hair because they wash their hair too frequently. When you wash your hair, it is common for a few strands to come loose from your scalp. This isn’t caused from the shampoo you are using or the way that you are washing your hair. The body naturally loses hair on a daily basis and the hair that comes out when you wash your hair is natural. If you don’t wash your hair regularly, the hair follicles can become clogged with dirt, dust and oil that actually diminishes the speed that the hair grows.

Washing Your Hair Causes Damage to Your Scalp

Some people assume that washing their hair regularly causes their hair to not grow as frequently or to fall out more frequently. They assume that washing their hair causes them to remove the natural oil from their scalp which affects the growth. That isn’t the case, though. When you wash your hair, you massage your scalp. Massage stimulates the hair follicles, which promote hair growth, allowing your hair to be as healthy and thick as possible.

There is No Rhyme or Reason to Hair Loss

Some people assume that there is no rhyme or reason to their hair loss and assume that it is something that they simply have to learn to live with the fact that they are losing their hair. That isn’t the case, though. Many different things can impact hair loss.

There are foods that you can eat that can decrease hair loss. They include eggs, dairy, spinach, carrots and sweet potatoes. Stress can also impact hair loss. Try to minimize stress as much as you can to decrease the amount of hair that you lose. This can be done through exercise, meditation or simply getting more sleep. To find out what may be causing your hair loss and how to treat your unique situation properly contact a Transitions Hair Loss Studio near you by clicking here.

 

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Source:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4458934/

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