Seasonal hair loss is something that affects most people. This form of hair loss happens in the months of September, October and November. The cause can be attributed to the evolution of our species. It is a process of our human function. The good news it that it is not a permanent situation. There are, however, some indications that it could be a more serious situation. In this article there are ways to determine if you have seasonal hair loss or something more serious, such as diffuse thinning, androgenic alopecia, or pattern baldness. All of which are serious conditions that require the help of medical professionals. Read more to see if your hair loss is seasonal or something of more concern.
- 1Researchers tracked 800 healthy women over the course of six years. The analysis concluded that the subjects lost the most hair from September through November.
- 2Luckily, autumn hair loss is not permanent. However, many other permanent hair loss conditions can begin exhibiting symptoms this time of year.
- 3When hair continues to fall out without regrowth, women might experience diffuse thinning. In these cases, low-level laser therapy (LLLT) might be recommended.
In fact, your scalp sheds anywhere between 50-100 strands per day.
Read the full article at: http://www.miamihair.com/blog/hair-loss/understanding-seasonal-hair-loss/
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