Stop Lossing Hairs
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Today, hair loss, hair fall, or slow hair growth is a common plague of many individuals, not simply older gentlemen. Many individuals battle with hair loss, slow hair growth, or hair fall due to chemical damage, use of damaging hair care products, or plain old stress. In a world where we are busier than ever and using whatever product we can get our hands on, it's no wonder that hair loss has become a norm for younger men and women. No matter your hair type, you will shed some hair on a daily basis. It is normal to lose a between 30 to 75 hair strands daily. However, it is also normal for your hair to grow. Hair should grow about ¼ - ½ inches a month. If you begin to lose patches of hair or begin noticing that your hair is not growing at all, or at a snail's pace, this is not normal. Hair loss and slow hair growth can be caused by a number of factors including genetics, hormone imbalances, nutrient deficiencies such as B vitamins, which are essential for hair health; too much or too little protein, chronic stress, alcohol intake, substance abuse, lack of sleep; prescribed medications, damaging hair styling techniques, scalp infections, and chemically laden hair care products. While there are many miracle hair loss and hair growth cures on the market, be careful. Many products have serious side effects that only exacerbate or faciliate health problems. Likewise, many of those same products provide minimal results that are present only during use of the product. Try to avoid these. Help for slow hair growth and hair loss is available that won't cost you your health. Here are Top tips which will proven to effectively stop hair loss and stimulate hair growth. Note : The information contained in this application is strictly for educational purposes. Therefore, if you wish to apply ideas contained in this application, you are taking full responsibility for your actions. we are in no event be held liable to any party for any direct, indirect, punitive, special, incidental or other consequential damages arising directly or indirectly from any use of this material, which is provided “as is”, and without warranties."