Overcoming Hair Loss, Dry And Dandruff?
please ask, I’m confused with my hair. The loss was severe, I used anti-loss shampoo but it became arrogant. Then I use anti-dandruff shampoo my hair turns red like corn and dry hair. Then I use my black hair shampoo to fall out. So I have to use the shampoo. Please answer
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Hair loss has become one of the annoying complaints. However, to deal with it right, of course we need to examine one by one the possible causes of hair loss itself. Some conditions that can be considered that can affect hair loss are as follows:
Nutrition consumed is not balanced. Lack of vegetables and fruit certainly reduces the intake of vitamins and minerals that are important for the health of the scalp and hair. Lack of fluid entering the body Dry, overheating ambient temperature Lack of blood flow to the scalp area due to certain medical conditions The presence of certain skin diseases on the scalp Lack of exercise that can cause obstruction of blood flow and general metabolism Side effects certain drugs Side effects from the use of hair styling products such as coloring, straightening or curling hair The existence of hormonal disorders Smoking Certain physical fatigue The presence of stress or certain psychological stress. So it can be said that hair loss is not solely from the use of products from outside the body. But no less important is general body health. In your case where shampoo products have been changed and there is no improvement, it can also be thought of as an irritation or not suitable from one of the ingredients of the shampoo that you are using. If the factors above are indeed the cause or trigger of hair loss, it is necessary to change the lifestyle. In addition, it can also be thought about doing hair loss treatments such as the use of hair spas, hair tonics and if necessary consuming certain drugs, but of course this option requires consultation and direct examination by a doctor. If your condition does not improve or even worsen, you should consult with a skin doctor who can also treat scalp and hair disorders.
So that I can convey, hopefully useful.
Greetings, Dr. Tiwie