Hair Loss

Hair Loss Hair loss is a major concern, regardless of gender. It has been noted by ADA that more than eighty million men and women in the world are affected by hair loss, also known as alopecia. It can affect the hair on your scalp and body. Alopecia is more common in adults; however, excessive hair loss is seen in children as well. It is considered normal to lose fifty to hundred stands of hair per day, which isn’t as abnormal as it sounds. Since our scalp has 100,000 hair strands, which does not make it noticeable.In addition to that, new hair replaces the lost hair. Although the chances of that are very minute. It doesn’t always happen. Hair loss develops gradually and can lead to permanent damage as well. Moreover, counting the amount...

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Hormonal Imbalance

Hormonal Imbalance Hormonal imbalance occurs when the hormones in the blood stream are not within the normal range. They are either too much or too less. Since they play a vital role in the body, even the slightest of imbalance can cause side effects throughout the body. Hormones are chemicals, which are produced by glands in the endocrine system. They travel from the bloodstream to the tissues, organs, sending messages to the organs about what should be done and when. Hormones are very important for the regulation of major functions of the body. Hence, any imbalance can affect various bodily functions. Hormones help in the regulation of heart rate, sleep cycles, appetite, metabolism, mood and stress levels, sexual functions and reproductive cycles, and body temperature. Both men and women can be affected by insulin, adrenaline, growth hormones and...

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3 Major Ingredients to Avoid in Hair Products

3 Major Ingredients to Avoid in Hair Products   What’s the first thing you notice when you shop for hair products? Aesthetically pleasing bottles and big brands draw many people in when their shopping. Others look for magical ingredients that the internet is buzzing about. Yet, these choices don’t define the true quality of your shampoos and hair products. Sometimes it becomes important to read the fine print before purchase. Otherwise, you risk ruining your hair forever. Here are three ingredients to avoid in your hair products: 1. Formaldehyde Formaldehyde is a common cancer-causing substance that harms your scalp and cause an allergic reaction. These include rashes, skin irritation, and asthma. Despite this, many hair products include formaldehyde-releasing preservatives in their formula. Your best bet is to avoid anything that contains quaternium-15, bronopol, DMDM hydantoin, diazolidinyl urea, or imidazolidinyl. Or better yet,...

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