Natural hair loss in women is when she experiences unexpected and heavy loss of hair. It happens when it falls out (shedding) and grows less.
The medical name for hair loss is Alopecia. It occurs when new hair doesn’t replace the hair that has fallen out.
Human scalp hair does not constantly grow. Every hair follicle (the unit responsible for producing hair) goes through growth phases, during which the hair lengthens, followed by a resting phase (the telogen phase).
The hair falls out during telogen and is replaced by new hair. This process is synchronized in some species, which is why dogs’ molt,’ or lose a lot of hair at once.
Human hair growth is not coordinated in the same way, so at any one time, different hair follicles are at different stages of their growth cycle.
In essence, it’s normal to have some ongoing continuous hair loss, which usually is balanced by new hair growth. One of the commonest causes of hair loss is called ‘telogen effluvium.’
This can be triggered by any severe illness, for instance, pneumonia or a major operation. The stress of the illness causes all hair follicles to go into their resting phase and hair growth temporarily ceases.
The human hair cycle is long (several months), and the hair loss may not become apparent for several months, by which time the person will have recovered from their illness.
Such hair loss also coincides with new hair beginning to regrow and therefore the hair loss is transient.
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What are the common causes of hair loss in women?
Natural hair loss is typically related to some of the factors mentioned below:
(1) Hairstyles and Treatment:
Excessive hairstyles pull your hair tight, some hairstyles during pregnancy such as ponytails and cornrows can cause hair to fall out.
Hair loss is a side effect of the number of medications taken for health problems. Some chemotherapy drugs used to treat cancer are known to work to destroy cancer cells.
(3) Emotional stress:
When you’re dealing with life-threatening events, significant emotional stress can disrupt the normal cycle of hair growth.
(4) Diet Deficiency:
Like a saying “you are what you eat”. The essential vitamins and nutrients, like protein that you get from a healthy, varied, and well-balanced diet ensure good health. But if the reverse is th case, you outrightly call for hair loss.
Infections that cause illnesses like high fever, a fungal skin infection, and bacteria like syphilis can all be responsible for hair loss.
What is the best natural treatment for natural hair?
Guess what? For most natural hair loss, there are solutions to alternate hair growth. I have compiled some images below to illustrate some regrowth options.
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Koichi Hair Evolution and Glow in the dark hair dye
(2) USE OF LEMON ON HAIR
(3) ALOE VERA
(4) COCONUT OIL
(5) VIVISCAL ON HAIR
(6) GERANIUM OIL
(7) FISH OIL
(9) ONION JUICE
(10) ROSEMARY OIL