Don't Ignore Hair Loss

Don't Ignore Hair Loss

Effecting one-third of the world's total population, hair loss is most certainly one of the most common problems. Losing hair is not usual. However, losing up to 100 strands a day is normal. Various factors, including hormonal and medical conditions, can lead to hair loss in men.

It is not only specific to men and can occur in women as well. The hair loss process can vary from one person to another. It could be gradual in some, and some could face a sudden hair loss, experience baldness, or start seeing bald patches all over their head. Factors like diet, deficiencies, medications, stress, pollution, and genetics can affect hair loss. Wearing a cap, hat, or helmet is also a common reason for hair loss.

Hair fall treatment is possible. You can reduce hair fall by following a few steps. These include washing your hair regularly with a mild shampoo, taking vitamins, balanced diet rich in protein, messaging your scalp with essential oils, avoiding brushing wet hair, not rubbing your hair dry with a towel, reducing consuming alcohol, not smoking, exercising, de-stressing, not exposing your hair to heat too frequently, and not using harsh chemicals.

The possibility of preventing hair fall might not always be there, but the process could always be slowed down by taking treatments and remedies. It's not advisable to opt for random hair care products to stop hair from falling. Unreliable and unprescribed products are of no good and might make the situation worse. The most common treatments for hair fall include prescription and OTC medication, hair transplants, laser treatment, lifestyle changes, and reduced stress.

Hair transplants can be costly. Therefore, generic medications and OTC supplements tend to be less expensive. If you're experiencing sudden hair loss in patches, have a rash, and/or have scaly skin, it's time to visit a doctor. These symptoms could just be because of some medication, or there could be another reason behind it. It's crucial to address hair loss as soon as your notice it. Prolonging it will only worsen the situation. After analysing the actual situation, only a doctor will recommend the most appropriate treatment plan for you.

Except for hair transplants, there is no permanent solution for hair loss. The number of implants required and/or the duration of the treatment depends on the severity of hair loss. To keep seeing results, OTC medication like Rogaine or Propecia needs to be consumed indefinitely.

If hair loss is a concern and you're done trying remedies to reduce it, it's time to consult a dermatologist. Book a video consult with a Clinikally doctor and get professional help you need at just INR 299/-.