Because of the effects that balding can have on life, confidence, and a person's ego, many people are in search for solutions to curb their hair loss problem. Finding products that work is a tough job as it is, and then making sure it doesn't cost you an arm and a leg on top of that is an even tougher task.
These days most people prefer dry hair. But the roots of dry hair become weak and it leads to hair loss. Besides application of oil, it also necessary to brush the hair briskly for some time to give it exercise. Brushing also improves blood circulation in the scalp and makes the hair roots strong and prevents hair-loss.
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Causes of Hair LossAnemia
Fungal and Bacterial Infections
Prevention for Hair Loss
Hair can be lost to improper care and damage. If you over color your hair, over style it, or abuse it with irons and blow dryers too often, you could be in line for some major fall out. Hair shouldn't be colored any more often than every six to eight weeks and you should avoid it altogether if possible.
There is a whole group of old wives tales that relate to hair loss prevention. These tips defiantly won't hurt to try, but really don't do anything to combat the issue of hair loss. For instance, it has been said that standing upside down will increase blood flow to the head and that massaging the scalp or briskly brushing the hair will make the hair stay put and not fall out. This is simply not the case.