This happens in both men and woman, the pattern determined by genes and hormones. If men loss enough hair, they become bald. Women on the other hand almost never go bold( unless they are on chemotherapy or radiotherapy), but their hair tends to thin with age, with the loss more generalized over the scalp. Hair loss may be brought on sooner, however, by childbirth, or severe emotional shock such as divorce or bereavement. Other factor include stress, a poor diet, lack of iron, thyroid disease and sudden weight loss.
Dry hair may be associate with inadequate protein intake, essential intake, essential fatty acid intake, thyroid disease and the menopause. It can be cause by chemicals you use in your hair.
Graying hair is most commonly associated with aging; pigment cells are lost in the hair. It is usually genetically predetermined, but can occasionally be caused by autoimmune condition where the body perceived the pigment cells in the hair as foreign and attacks them. It can also be brought on abruptly shock such as a bereavement, or chronic anemia and thyroid problems. If the last two apply to you, your doctor can help.
Hair grows in a cyclical fashion, a growth phase followed by a resting phase. After the resting phase, the hair is shed and the cycle repeats itself. It is normal to lose 50-100 hairs every day. Sadly, from the age of about 20 onwards, hair starts to thin gradually. If you want to improve the condition of your hair, then healthy hair action plan is a great suggestion.
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