Do you notice that there are more hairs on your comb left in autumn? Don’t panic, the thing is that absolutely normal! In this article, we will tell you what can probably go wrong with your hair and how you can fix it. Keep on reading!
First of all, hair growth is a cyclical process, so moderate and gradual hair renewal is the norm. There are about 100 - 150 thousand hairs on a woman's head, a loss of 1% is a healthy process. Separate hairs can be found on hairbrushes or clothing. Loss of whole strands of hair during styling or washing means that there is a certain problem.
Among common reasons for autumn hair loss are the following:
- Autumn is a natural period of replacement of weakened hairs with new, young, and strong ones.
- Weather changes worsen your mood and lower levels of the happiness hormones that support good state of health. Thus, your immunity weakens, skin, and your hair condition becomes worse as well.
- The level of female hormones in the body, which are directly responsible for the condition of hair and skin, decreases. For the same reason, that is what contributes to hair loss after childbirth.
What can be done to fix the situation? It’s no secret to anyone that for the proper nutrition, the body needs vitamins and minerals. Our hair is no exception - without vitamins, the hair will become brittle, dull, lifeless. For the health and beauty of hair, you will need various vitamins:
A - is responsible for the immune system, strong and shiny hair. A deficiency of it can lead to hair loss and dryness. Contained in the liver, egg yolks, butter, whole milk, cream.
B2 - makes hair healthy. Its lack leads to increased fat content. To prevent this from happening eat dairy products, eggs, bread, meat, and liver.
B3 - is responsible for pigmentation. Dysplasia and early gray hair are a consequence of its lack. Make up for the missing B3 with whole grains, brewer's yeast, peanuts, fish, liver, beef meat.
B6 - relieves itching, drying out of the skin and dandruff. Most of it can be found in dry yeast, whole grains, chicken, pork, fish, liver, kidneys, eggs, vegetables, soy, bananas, nuts, potatoes, and cabbage.