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Is Hair Loss Natural?

By January 27th, 20212 Comments

Is Hair Loss Natural?

Everyone loses some hair on a daily basis, especially as we get older. But for some, excessive hair loss or shedding can be a problem. Just how much hair loss is normal, and what should you do if you’re losing more?

Is Hair Loss Natural?

The Seattle Hair Loss Treatment & Hair Replacement Systems states that, “During the resting period of the cycle, the hair follicle is reaching the point of detachment and the bulb of the hair shaft moves closer to the surface of the scalp.”

Everyday activities such as brushing your hair, removing a ponytail, or even washing and conditioning your hair are also all part of normal daily hair loss.

How Much Hair Loss is Normal?

Overall, you can expect to be shedding 50-100 hair follicles on a daily basis. This is the normal amount of hair a healthy scalp can except to lose on a daily basis.

If you have much longer hair, however, it may appear that you are losing more than you really are. The same numbers of hairs will grow to replace the hair that has been lost; therefore, you will have roughly the same amount of hair follicles on your scalp at all times.

Is Excessive Hair Loss a Problem?

If you are noticing more than just a few strands of hair falling out while shampooing or brushing your hair, or if follicles are actually coming out in large clumps of hair, it is time to visit your doctor.

There are many different reasons that you could be losing large amounts of hair, including excessive stress, early signs of alopecia, or lack of essential vitamins in your diet.

Excessive hair loss can also be a sign that something more serious is happening within your body. Different circumstances will relate to each patient. More and more women are dealing with hair loss problems than ever, and there are many different types of treatment and support available to help overcome this problem.

How Do I Prevent Hair Loss?

There is no way to completely prevent hair loss, as it is a part of your body’s natural cycle. Shedding is necessary in order for new, healthy pieces of hair to grow in the old hair’s place. In order to make sure that you are not losing large quantities of hair, reduce stress in your life, eat properly, and exercise on a daily basis. If you’re losing hair in patches, then its time to seek support and see your doctor.

Shedding Concerns

Many women are concerned with the amount of hair that they shed — but the process if completely normal!

Now that you know how much hair loss is normal, get a doctor’s opinion if you notice excessive hair loss. If your shedding becomes more serious, that there are plenty of treatments to reverse the issue.


  • hair re-growth for men says:

    Hi Nikki thank you so much for sharing this tips to us. I find it useful to everyone. It s really important that we should avoid hair loss problem. Thank you and God Bless.

  • Anonymous says:

    Hi Nikki great posting just something I've been thinking about with hair loss and scalp problems. A lot of times going to the doctor does not help you're back to square one trying to figure out what is going on and how to stop it. Maybe you can get a section for hair problems with natural hair such as dry scalp and hair especially after a lot of natural big chop, dry and itchy scalp sometimes there is nothing the doctor will tell us that we can't learn through trail and error. People who have gone through it and found solutions even the ones who were successful when seeing a doctor have lots of information that might be helpful. Just doing internet research I know that I have anemia and haven't been taking my iron or keeping up with my nutrient (vitamins) intake as well as having sensitive scalp all of that is contributing to my hair loss. I know that I have to take my iron and vitamins consistently and I have to be careful how I handle my hair anything can cause me breakage (such as too tight headbands). That's all for now just an idea.

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