Common Scalp Problems

Common Scalp Problems

No matter what sort of hair problems one is facing, most of them originate from the hair follicles, the surrounding organs, hormones and general well-being stemming from nutrition, it’s assimilation and lifestyle factors. When one is off balanced due to either external or internal reasons, the body rhythm starts to tilt and hair health is where the problem occurs as a reflection of the imbalance; this may appear sooner or prolapsed.
Many people have hair or scalp problems. Hair may thin or fall out, break off or grow slowly. Dandruff or an itching or peeling scalp may cause embarrassment and discomfort. Hair and scalp problems can be upsetting and in many cases, lead to a bruised ego and self-esteem. That is the reason prevention, early identification and early treatment of hair/scalp problems is so overwhelmingly important. Using Quality Products is only one of the most important requisites to have healthy, strong hair. Haircare is not about using good products alone; it’s also a cause that requires continuous commitment and dedication with good nutrition and a healthy lifestyle.

Hair Loss & Thinning Hair

Hair loss, including thinning and breaking, is the most common scalp problem. Such hair are too delicate, lifeless, fragile and brittle. They lack moisture and look run-down and have a bad texture.
Hair gradually thins as people age, although not all people are affected to the same degree. Hereditary thinning or balding is the most common cause of thinning hair. Women with this trait develop thinning hair, while men may become completely bald. In case of heredity, as one of the major causes, thinning may begin at any age, infact as early as early 20s. While, genes cannot be changed (genetic engineering may be working over it and it may take quite sometime to conclude the subject), good, preferably natural treatment options help prolong and delay the onset of thinning hair and baldness. Please visit the Hair Loss – Treatment Options page for analyzing the pros and cons of the prominently available options.
Because of changes in hormones, women often lose hair for 1 to 6 months after childbirth or after breast-feeding is completed. Thinning hair also happens around the menopausal age.

Other Possible Causes For Excessive Hair loss, thinning, or breakage include:

Damage to the hair from inferior hair care products, ones that are surfactant based, contain harsh chemicals like Amines, Ammonia, SLS, Propylene Glycol, Cocoamide DEA, etc, dyes and permanents, from hot rollers, curling irons or hair dryers.
Hair-pulling or hair-twisting habits. Trichotillomania is a mental health problem in which a person pulls out his or her own hair, usually from the head.
Side effects of medicines or medical treatments such as chemotherapy or radiation therapy.
Clinical abnormality, recent surgery, high fever or emotional stress. Severe hairloss may happen anytime between 4 weeks and 3 months after severe physical or emotional stress. This type of hair loss usually stops within a few months. PCOS, lupus and/or hyperthyroidism are other causes.
Heavy metal poisoning, such as thallium or arsenic poisoning.
Poor nutrition, especially lack of protein or iron in the diet and ineffective assimilation thereof.
Damage to the hair shafts from burns or other injuries.

Itching, Flaking Or Crusting Of The Scalp:

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