We understand your concern about hair strands clogging your brushes, but losing hair is natural; in fact, we all lose roughly 100 hairs every day.
Shedding occurs as part of human hair's regular development cycle, which is a four-phase process (anagen, catagen, telogen, and exogen) in which the hair grows, transitions, and rests before being shed from the scalp in the final phase.
However, you may notice an increase in hair losing at particular seasons of the year, which is known as seasonal shedding. More study is needed to determine the specific causes behind this, however some studies have indicated that hair rests in the telogen phase throughout the summer and then enters the shedding - or exogen - phase in October/November, which can then continue into winter.
The simplest explanation for this sort of hair loss is that our bodies require more hair in the summer to shield our scalps from the sun and UV rays. However, hair loss is seldom due to a single cause, and it might be due to a combination of factors that occur during the colder months, such as stress, exhaustion, or a change in nutrition.
Aside from that, our surroundings may have an influence on the state of our hair, so when the cold months arrive, it makes a difference. Harsh winter weather can induce scalp dryness and irritation, which can lead to irritated hair follicles and dry hair, making it prone to breaking and falling out.
It is essential to keep your scalp and hair healthy in order to reduce seasonal hair loss. Using a conditioning treatment on a weekly basis can assist to maintain your scalp and hair hydrated and in good condition. Additionally, attempt to limit the use of heated styling equipment, which can cause your hair to dry out, resulting in damage and additional loss. A nutritious, well-balanced diet will also aid in the promotion of healthy hair development. You might also consider donning a hat to protect yourself from the weather.
Improve your quality of life and apply for a consultation with our specialists who will provide full answers to your questions and determine the best course of treatment. Complete the electronic form or call the tel. +371 267 777 67 and we'll contact you.