What causes hair loss?
Are you finding hair left behind on the shower, on your pillow, or are you too often finding hairs all over your floor? Have you been noticing your hair falling out in clumps on a daily basis? Significant and visible hair loss is one of the main symptoms of occasional hair loss. It may have several causes, which can sometimes be difficult to identify at first glance. The main causes include:
- the postpartum period
- a high fever
- a hemorrhage
- significant stress
- a low-calorie diet
Women with hair falling out in clumps: what treatments are available to slow down/stop hair loss?
Once the triggering factor has been identified, occasional hair loss always improves. Even when hair is falling out in clumps, the condition is totally reversible: the hair will grow back. Approximately 6 months are required for any regrowth to begin, and a return to the hair’s initial state may take up to 12 or 18 months.
- A cosmetic adjuvant treatment, such as dietary supplements containing vitamins and minerals, may help. Any complementary treatment should ideally be paired with an adapted hair care routine.
- Avoid repeatedly dyeing hair and using relaxers or any other products that may damage the hair.
- Give your hair the utmost care, especially when brushing, and use suitable products: gentle shampoo and detangling spray are your best friends.
- Also, be sure to add an anti-hair loss lotion to your routine, as well as dietary supplements specially developed to boost hair regrowth and quality.