Oct 13 , 2023
Losing a few strands of hair every day is normal, but when you start to find a lot on the floor, will you get worried?
What is Hair Loss?
Hair loss occurs when people experience abnormal hair shedding and new hair can no longer replace the hair that has fallen out. It affects people of all ages, genders, and races.
This phenomenon might be temporal due to factors like seasonal change and can be improved.
Hair loss can be a result of:
1) Hormonal changes
When hormonal imbalances (e.g. from menstruation, puberty, pregnancy...) happen, that can cause hair to thin or fall out.
2) Vitamin deficiency(unbalanced diet)
Deficiencies in vitamins A, B, C, D, and E have been, as studied, associated with hair loss.
3) Excessive styling
Over-styling your hair makes it prone to breakage, eventually leading to hair loss.
4) Chronic Stress
Under high stress, hair follicle stem cells might go into a resting phase, putting hair growth into a stop.
5) Use of harsh chemicals
If hair is over-exposed to harsh chemicals (e.g. dyes, bleach), it will bring traumatic effect on the follicles.
How to Reduce Hair Loss?
Hair loss is not an irreversible process, and some easy, but practical methods can help slow down this
1) Maintain a balanced diet
Only by absorbing enough necessary nutrients can hair follicles functions optimally, thus supporting growth of strong, vibrant hair strands.
Anti-thinning shampoos always contain vitamins and amino acids. Adding then to hair care routine contributes to a healthier scalp.
3) Give your scalp a massage
Massaging scalp increases circulation and flow throughout the scalp, which will effectively boost hair growth. For a enhanced scalp massage, we recommend AIMIKE Shampoo Brush Scalp Massager. With ergonomic handle, it can be rotated effortlessly in circular motions around your head, with soft silicone tips to greatly stimulate your scalp for a comfortable experience.
4) Try to reduce stress
Hair loss related to hair loss is unlikely to be permanent. Therefore, be sure to spare yourself some time, whether it’s for meditation, personal hobbies or even doing nothing to manage stress.
5) Turn to Your Doctor
If the above suggestions cannot help improve the symptoms, do not hesitate to consult your doctor for help.
Last but not least: even if you are not experiencing hair loss, it’s important you put hair care into your daily routine, definitely the best way to prevent hair loss.