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How much hair loss is it called "hair loss"?

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How much hair loss is it called "hair loss"?

by pandara66 » Mon Nov 16, 2020 8:55 am

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Share health knowledge, disease, exercise methods, weight loss tips for good health, stay eating delicious for a long time.Comb your hair, wash your hair, cover your hands, remove your cap, shake your hair - all these actions can cause hair loss. But how much hair loss is it called hair loss? But must really be maintained Do it by yourself at home, let's do it yourself.

- Notice the amount of hair falling during and after taking a shower.

If your hair falls out of the raft every day, every time, or for days in a row, wash your hair and don't wash your hair, assume you may be experiencing hair loss.

- Observe the amount of hair loss each time

Even the process of counting each line would not be possible. But every time I wash and comb my hair, I try to approximate it. Whether more than 50-100 strands of hair fall per day, and beyond that, you may need to start worrying about a few things.

- Try pulling the hair

To test the strength of your roots, simply divide your hair into approximately 50-60 strands and use your fingers to comb your hair with a slight pull.If more than 15-20 strands of hair loss, your roots are not very strong. fall

How to reduce hair loss Don't comb your hair when it's wet. Do not use the comb too often. And does not สล็อต comb my hair vigorouslyDo not wash your hair too often and do not let your scalp become oily and dandruff every time. Wash your hair every other day or twice to prevent excessive dry or oily scalp.Use your fingertips to gently massage the head while shampooing, not using nails to scrape the scalp until it scratches. In addition to increasing the risk of hair loss and more If a scalp trauma occurs, it may also be at risk of infection from the wound.Do not wash your hair with too hot water. Because it will make the hair and scalp dryAvoid heat styling, such as using a heat dryer on a regular basis. Blow your hair with cool air is best.
Avoid excessive and frequent use of chemicals on your hair, such as perm, dyeing, straightening.Don't tie your hair too tight. Because it will increase hair pulling, making the hair roots weakEat more protein To help maintain strong hair rootsDrink enough water each day.Exercise regularly, especially yoga poses that require your head down to help improve blood flow to your head, helping to nourish your scalp and hair.
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