Causes And Cope With Hair Loss?
hello, why if my hair falls out at the end of the hair shaft there is something stuck in white? Does it include telogen phase hair?
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Hair loss in general can be divided into 2, hair falling from the roots, and hair falling above the roots (broken hair). Broken hair can occur due to excessive traction in hair, poor hair care, frequent manipulation of hair (for example, dyed hair, using a hot hair dryer, hot hair dipping, etc.), sun exposure, lack of certain vitamins / minerals. Hair loss from the root may or may not be normal, depending on whether hair loss is accompanied by new hair growth and also the number of hair loss per day.
Hair growth is generally divided into 3 phases, the anagen phase (hair growth phase), the catagen phase (intermediate phase, where hair roots begin to separate from the papillae of hair), the telogen phase (resting and falling phases). The presence of white bumps at the tips of the hair falling indicates the hair is falling out from the roots and the hair is in the telogen phase. The hair means that it's reached its age to fall out.
If you experience hair loss problems, you should not have to worry too much first. In a day, hair can fall 50-100 strands. This number does look a lot, but this amount will be accompanied by new hair growth, so that the hair will not look thinner later. If you experience hair loss that is accompanied by thinning hair (there are parts of the head that appear bald or the hair looks thinner), consult a dermatologist for further evaluation.
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