5 simple tips to prevent hair loss
By Sigismondo Eisenhower 2019-07-06 1707 0
Why does your hair fall out?
About 80 million women and men in the United States suffer from hereditary baldness. This is the most common cause. Whatever the reason, the American Academy of Dermatology ensures that hair loss can be stopped. Treatments that experts may indicate include prescription and over-the-counter drugs, as well as some tips that may help. As described below...
Tips1: Dedicate time to hair care
The way we wash and dry our hair is very important and can influence hair loss. Some ways to care for it are: massage gently and let the shampoo flow on its own, without rubbing; always use conditioner after the shampoo; rub very hard with the towel. It's not wrong to use the towel but only to absorb the water. Then let it dry. Finally, let it dry a little before using the dryer.
Tips 2: Don't tie your hair too tightly
If you comb your hair frequently with ponytails or ponytails, it's time to change your style. Using very tight hair will end up damaging it and this could then lead to hair loss. If you like to wear your hair up, do it in a more relaxed way. Also, use special hair bands, which do not damage or cut it.
Tips3: Talk to your doctor before taking a medicine
There are certain drugs that cause hair loss. This doesn't mean that you should give up a treatment that you were prescribed for a health problem just because you notice that you are losing your hair. It is recommended that you consult your doctor if there is another drug that may indicate that it does not have this effect.
Tips4: He thinks it might be temporary
In times of high stress, the body may react by losing more hair than usual to move on to a "resting" phase. In medicine this is called "telogen effluvium" and happens when the body loses a large amount of hair. For most people, after going through a stressful period, hair should grow back to normal without any treatment.
Tips5: Ask a dermatologist
If you have been noticing for some time that when you bathe, you leave the shower full of hair, schedule an appointment with a dermatologist. Bring the list of medications you take to the office, if you have a chronic condition. You may be asked other questions such as if you have had hormonal changes (since what date), if you are under stress, since when and if your family has a history of alopecia.
● Over-the-counter medications
Minoxidil is one of the most common drugs. It is applied on the hairless part and can prevent hair from becoming very thin and falling out, it also stimulates growth. It's the only FDA-approved drug for hair loss. However, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warns of its adverse effects especially to people with low blood pressure.
● Prescription medications
Your doctor may also prescribe other drugs such as finasteride: it comes in pill form and stops the production of Dihydrotestosterone, a male hormone. Another drug that the doctor may prescribe (under prescription) is a corticosteroid (for cases of alopecia areata).
How long does it take to grow?
Although it depends on each case and the cause of the hair loss, for example in people who use the drug Minoxidil twice a day, they will only begin to notice results after four months, as described by the FDA. It is important to remember that what worked for one person may not work for another, so you should continue treatment for the length of time your doctor has indicated.
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