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Teenage Hair Loss Symptoms and Solutions

Teenage Hair Loss Symptoms and Solutions

Jul 29, 2022

According to a study by Hall in 2021, 16% of teens ranging from 15 to 19 around the world suffer from hair loss coming from different causes, be it genetic, stress, nutritional deficiencies, medications, illnesses, and improper hair care. Hair loss is different from hair shedding as hair shedding is common to everyone. An approximate amount of 50 to 100 hairpieces are being shed by every human eve …
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How to Stop Hair Loss & Grow Hair Naturally

How to Stop Hair Loss & Grow Hair Naturally

Jul 21, 2022

Hair loss naturally occurs as we age. At age 20, we may not experience drastic hair loss. It can start when we reach 40 and above. According to a study by the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery, roughly 40% of women have hair loss by the age of 40. Hormones, genes, age, stress, and poor nutrition are all contributing factors.Losing hair may not impact us physically, but our sel …
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Cause of Hair Fall and How to Prevent It

Cause of Hair Fall and How to Prevent It

Jul 21, 2022

Hair fall is stressful, especially if it causes your hair to thin drastically, and the worrying sight of the amount of hair in your pillows, tops, hairbrushes, and bathroom floor drain. But help is always on the way if you really want to get rid of hair fall ASAP.Read this article and get to know the major causes of falling hair and what you can do to prevent it from happening. StressIt is wi …
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Covid 19: Reasons for Hair Breakage and Loss

Covid 19: Reasons for Hair Breakage and Loss

Jul 07, 2022

COVID-19 has truly turned all our lives upside down. It is one heck of a disease that can cause major problems even months after you’ve recovered. One of these issues is radical hair fall and hair loss. It’s normal to lose up to 100 hairs a day and if that’s what’s been happening to you for the majority of your life, you’ll know when it changes. You might find that after surviving COVID-19 th …
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