New Hair Loss Myths

Hair Loss MythsHair loss is something that most of us are very well familiar with. Nowadays, a lot of men and women know how distressful and disappointing it is seeing own receding hairline. A great deal of information and various recommendations as to preventing and slowing down hair loss is available in modern mass media and online. Such kind of information is in a great demand and many people are looking for this type of information. Unfortunately, along with true facts and really useful pieces of advice for those who are suffering from hair loss, there are a lot of facts that are simply not true and have no scientific backgrounds. Those are called hair loss myths, and if you are interested in effective technologies on stopping your hair from falling out, you should be aware about hair loss myths and know how to differ myths from the true facts. Check out some common hair loss myths below:

1. Hair loss is something that only aging women are suffering from. This idea is exceptionally wrong because hair loss is very slightly linked to aging. On the contrary, more and more of young people, especially women, report about their suffering from hair loss in the very young age: in their early 30s and ever late 20s. Therefore, the fact that young people have reduced risks for suffering from hair loss is simply not true. Always use only highest quality hair care products in order to provide your hair with proper nutrition and care since the very young age.

2. Poor nutrition is one of the leading causes of hair loss, both in men and women. This is one of the controversial hair loss myths which can be argued about. It is true that poor nutrition can cause hair problems, and a constant lack of certain minerals and vitamins (especially zinc, iron, potassium, vitamin E, and others) can cause dull, brittle hair, poor hair structure, a lack of hair shine, and a certain hair loss linked to hair breakage. However, poor or improper nutrition should never be taken as a cause of serious hair loss, both in men and especially in women. At the same time, again, try to do everything possible to eat healthy and provide your body and your hair with a variety of essential vitamins and nutrients.

3. Such factors as washing our hair too often, aggressive and too frequent brushing our hair, using poor quality hair care products, or using improper hair care products (i.e. using shampoos or hair conditioner for dry hair instead of using ones for oily hair, etc.) can cause severe hair loss. This is not really true, and using low quality or improper hair care products can cause hair looking unhealthy, but will hardly bring to severe hair falling out. The same can be said about too frequent and too aggressive hair brushing. Hair may start slightly falling out and look dull, and as soon as a good quality and correct hair product is chosen and used, everything will be fixed and hair will start looking gorgeous and healthy again. Brushing is the factor which hardly plays a role for hair loss because our hair is strong enough to stand on the physical pressure linked to excessive brushing. Therefore, if your hair is falling out, you should consider and look for more serous causes than just improper hair care.

4. When severe hair loss has started, it is hardly possible to stop it. This is one more of commonly known hair loss myths which is actually nothing else but a misconception when it comes to female type hair loss. Certainly, it is impossible to stop and reverse hair falling out 2-3 days, bit generally it takes 3-4 weeks to slow down and even stop hair loss in women provided the best and the most effective natural hair loss solutions are used. Those can include essential oils and other herbal remedies, natural hair loss formulas, special anti-hair loss shampoos and other hair care products, and so on. If you are suffering from hair loss and are looking for effective solutions, try to use only natural hair loss treatments, be patient, and stay positive.

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