Hair that was originally thick and bouncy has become thin. Or, there are fine hairs mixed in with the hair that has fallen out. If you see these things, your scalp may be gradually weakening. Take action as soon as you notice it to restore your scalp’s health and healthy hair.
If you were born with fine or cat hair, there is nothing to worry about as long as the thickness does not change. What is of concern is hair that has become thinner than its original thickness. It is said that hair gradually becomes thinner as we age due to aging and other factors. As we get older, blood circulation becomes poor and hormonal imbalance prevents sufficient nutrition from being delivered to the hair matrix cells, the source of hair.
On top of that, there are many factors that damage hair today, such as perms and coloring. It is impossible to have healthy hair forever.
Thinning and exiting?
You might think that as your hair gets thinner, you will lose more hair. However, just because hair becomes thinner does not mean that it will fall out immediately. Thin hair falls out because, due to nutritional deficiencies or other factors, the hair is unable to grow fully and falls out before it is complete.
If you notice that your hair has become thinner, start proper hair care immediately.
Remove the cause and make your hair healthier.
One of the most common causes of hair thinning is a lack of nutrition in the scalp. Hair grows by supplying nutrients from the blood flow under the scalp. If blood circulation throughout the body is poor, then fresh, nutrient-rich blood is less likely to reach the scalp. As a result, the hair will also lack the necessary nutrients.
Poor circulation also disrupts hormonal balance and affects hair growth. Getting your body in shape by eliminating lack of sleep and irregular lifestyles, eating a well-balanced diet, and exercising moderately will help restore the bounce and luster of your hair.
In addition to improving your body from within, hair care is also important. Shampoos may also need to be reviewed. Highly stimulating shampoos, such as high-grade alcohol-based shampoos, remove even the necessary sebum, putting a strain on the scalp. Use low-irritant shampoos such as amino acid-based shampoos.
Also, rinse with more than enough lukewarm water before and after applying shampoo. This will ensure that no dirt or shampoo remains on the scalp.
Hair revives with continued use.
In addition to shampooing, scalp massage, and gentle brushing should gradually restore your hair’s health. Before fine hair falls out, make daily hair care a habit.