Hair loss is a major problem for everyone. We all know about it. In today’s day and age, we are always stressing about something or the other. But, Do you know lifestyle can be a cause for hair loss? This is when a healthy lifestyle comes into a direct relationship with the quality of our hair. Today Dr. Dhananjay Chavan will explain to you how lifestyle can affect your hair loss problem.
If you have faced any sort of trauma in the past year, then you might witness excessive shedding. If a lot of hair occurs in the shower drainage or on your pillow; then the hair loss problem might be turning towards something serious. This happens quite often after surgery as well. Our hair goes through three phases- growth, rest, and shedding. If you suffer from physical trauma, then your hair gets into the shedding phase much earlier.
When you are on stress don’t try to take any decision. A similar phenomenon occurs when you are undergoing a lot of emotional stress as well. If you are suffering through a broken relationship or taking a lot of stress due to some other emotionally taxing issue, then the hair loss can really aggravate. Try to keep your stress and anxiety away so that it will be possible to protect your hairs.
With pollution all around us, it is extremely difficult to keep hair away from toxins and dirt. Due to the overexposure to dirt and impurities in our environment, our hair follicles become weaker much faster and start to lose their shine and strength causing them to shed largely.
If you suffer from the junk food phenomenon, where you constantly keep on bringing unhealthy food- then there are a lot of chances that you might have hair loss. Lack of nourishments on your diet can lead to various problems.
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Food deficiency is one of the leading causes of hair loss problems. Even the lack of folic acid can sometimes really impact hair growth. We advise such patients to change their diet completely for them and introduce a healthily balanced chart of nutritious meals.
Lack of sleep is said to produce stress. This also results in the weakening of hair follicles. Lack of sleep is very harmful to people as a whole. This can result in major hair loss in patients who have erratic schedules and haywire sleep patterns.
We generally advise our patients to not smoke or have alcohol post hair transplants. Nicotine and alcohol, both cause the hair follicles to fall out. Excessive smoking and drinking can cause hair loss as both of them affect the blood in the brain as well as the nerves responsible for hair growth. Keep in mind the points to protect your hairs.
Extreme diets result in complete crashing of nutrients doing harm to the entire body. It results in lesser nutrition and incomplete consumption. Which is why we completely advise against extreme diets and tell our patients to practise a healthy exercise schedule along with diet.
In today’s day and age, all of us want to look good. We try different hair cuts, ironing, straightening, regular blow-drying causing a lot of damage to the roots of our hair. The amount of heat and extreme torture that we put our follicles through results into hair loss in many patients who come to us at Hair MD.
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It is imperative to have a healthy lifestyle. We suggest you practice meditation to reduce stress. A healthy balance of diet for hair loss and exercise is necessary for hair growth. Sleeping properly, taking care of our hair regularly, not putting too many chemicals would also help us increase the shine and growth of our hair.
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