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Hair loss has become a common household problem that troubles both men and women. Is there hair falling out every time you wash or comb your hair? Do you notice that you can find your hair on your pillow, on your clothes, on the floor, etc? According to the American Hair Loss Association, normal hair loss is between 100 to 125 strands per day. But, when there is excessive hair loss from the head and when there’s more hair loss than growth, balding occurs. Undoubtedly, hair loss will bring some changes to the way you look, and you may gradually lose confidence in your appearance, which may affect your normal social activities. More seriously, it can lead to depression and anxiety.
How much hair loss is normal?
We’ve said before that it’s normal to lose 100 to 125 hair strands per day, but it’s a little difficult to collect all the hair you lose in a day and judge whether it exceeds the limit. So, what can be the signs of balding? And when should you be concerned about it?
Symptoms and signs of hair loss may include:
● Gradual thinning on the top of your head, which is more obvious in bright light, especially fluorescent light.
● A noticeable change in the hairline, usually the shape of an ‘M’.
● Circular or patchy bald spots, although the underlying skin looks normal.
● More than 10 to 15 hair strands lost after a minute of combing, not to mention handfuls of hair is falling out.
When any of these signs occur, you should be aware and take some actions to help reduce and deal with hair loss.
Causes of hair loss
There are many factors that may trigger hair loss, but the most common cause is heredity, which is much more evident with aging. The inherited genes you have may cause the hair follicles to shrink and prevent them from growing hair. Apart from hereditary hair loss that is very difficult to interfere with, some other external factors may lead to acquired hair disorders.
Hormone changes. Pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, an underactive thyroid, stress, and medicines all can result in the hormone imbalance.
Radiation therapy to the head. Hair follicles are too sensitive to fight with radiation and your treatment may lead to hair loss.
Hairstyles. Continuous pulling will cause permanent damage to hair follicles, and when your hair fails to grow back, you’ll develop hair loss. Tight hair, including braids, cornrows, buns, ponytails, and hair extensions, causes hair strands to break or fall out.
What should you do to reduce and save your hair?
Wash your hair regularly. It is recommended to wash daily if living in the city with pollution and going out every day. If your living away from pollutions or in a dry climate, you can wash every few days. When you keep your hair healthy and clean, it also lowers the risk of being infected.
Wash with warm water. Hot water will make your hair break easily and weaken the hair roots, while cold water can lead to the decrease of hair volume although it helps to improve the blood circulation to your scalp.
Use a mild shampoo. With mild and quality products, it will help to reduce split ends, moisturize more deeply, and makes hair look shiny.
Limit time in the midday sun or protect your hair from exposure. To prevent hair damage from UV rays is as important as skin protection.
Eat food enriched with protein. Food is rich in protein, such as lean meats and fish, is helpful to improve overall health and stimulate hair follicles for regrowth.
Gentle styling. Tight hairstyles and continuous pulling are harmful to hair follicles. Tight hair styles may cause excessive hair shedding.
Do regular physical exercises. Moderate and regular exercise not only helps improve the hair growth cycle, but also increases the blood flow to the scalp and promotes circulation around the scalp which is quite useful to hair growth.
Keep in a good mood. Emotional stress can cause hair loss, but it is possible for your hair to grow back if your mood is improved. So, be happy. “Have gratitude for all that you have, and you can be happy exactly as you are.” — Mandy Ingber
Develop a better living style. Drinking alcoholic beverages and smoking is undoubtedly harmful to overall health. The more you drink, the more your hair weakens.
How can our frequency healing audio can help you?
If you are worried about hair loss, please don’t continue to suffer. By using the Rife frequency, it can relieve gradual thinning on the top of your head, circular or patchy bald spots, and sudden loosening of hair. The audio frequency can slow the rate of loss and help grow new hair. Audio frequencies have no nasty side effects that common medicines may have. In addition to the healing frequency, we suggest maintaining healthy everyday habits such as regular meals and a warm water shower.
For good health, it is recommended to drink at least 2 liters of water and listen to 15-20 minutes of frequency 2-3 times per day. Headphones are not required but can help enhance your listening experience. The volume can be adjusted to your personal preference. We recommend maintaining a moderate volume at a comfortable level to avoid any hearing damage. You can relax and listen with your eyes closed or have your eyes open whilst doing other activities. Start enjoying your healing journey today.
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