How To Regrow Hair After Hair Loss
How To Avoid It
An important and major role in regaining hair loss is maintaining a healthy diet. Although certain factors have been definitely identified as factors to hair loss, we must keep in mind that hair is part of the complete body. Not only do we have hair on our heads, but there is facials hairs, on both men and women. We even have fine almost invisible hairs on our fingers.
Explaining exactly what a healthy diet is when it comes to hair loss can be a little complex. There are certain foods that may cause dysfunctionsthat will contribute to hair loss.
Sufferring With It
A common myths have arisen concerning hair loss. Because of medical advancements many of these myths are being addressed and corrected. For starters, although androgenetic alopecia or pattern baldness is genetic and therefore can be hereditary, it is not passed down through only your mother's side of the family. Either side of the family can pass down the genetic disposition toward baldness. Also, contrary to old family tales, wearing hats does not cause baldness either.
Most common hair loss comes under what has been commonly known as Male Pattern Baldness (MPB). Although referred to as MPB, females suffer a similar syndrome, so it is more properly called androgenetic alopecia. Although hair loss is not life or health threatening, it can cause serious problems with a person's psyche and self-confidence. There has been no absolute cure found for hair loss, and many factors of hair loss are hereditary, however there are several preventative measures one can take to maintain healthy hair and scalp.
What Healthy Hair Needs
Zinc is another component to healthy, being that it is responsible for cell production, tissue growth and repair, and the maintenance of the oil-secreting glands of the scalp. It also plays a large role in protein synthesis and collagen formation. For this reason, zinc is important for both hair maintenance and dandruff prevention.