Experiencing hair loss can be alarming, especially if it doesn't run in your family. Many people associate thinning hair with hereditary traits, but the truth is, hair loss can affect just about anyone. If the conditions you put your hair through are not satisfactory to your follicles, you could see stunted growth. In fact, you could be making your hair loss worse if you aren't aware of the habits, stressors, and lifestyle choices that contribute to the situation. So, are you inadvertently making your hair loss worse? Let's take a look at the common habits that could be exacerbating your thinning hair.
Your hair is a reflection of your overall health, including your diet. That's right, the food you put into your body could be leading to fine, weak, brittle, and lackluster hair. At LH Hair, we know that all of these symptoms can lead to thinning hair and hair loss.
But never fear, reversing the negative impact your diet has on your hair is just a matter of changing your habits. As we enter 2018, commit to a hair-friendly diet resolution and watch your health, as well as your hair, flourish!
Read on, to learn what vitamins and minerals make the most difference and the foods that supply you with everything you and your hair need to stay strong and gorgeous.
Today, hair loss is being linked to bad habits and poor health. But are excessive eating and obesity also hair loss triggers? The health of your hair is inherently tied to your overall well-being, so it shouldn't come as a shock when we tell you the answer is, more or less, yes.
Though overeating and obesity are not directly responsible for hair loss, they have the potential to create deficiencies and diseases that have been linked to hair loss. Whether from excessive eating or a sedentary lifestyle, obesity is at the heart of many hair loss-related issues. At LH Hair, we're committed to educating our clients about hair loss in all forms. For more on how obesity is linked to the conditions that cause hair loss, read on!
With a new year coming up, have you thought about ways to improve your appearance beyond just working out to burn holiday calories? If you've been dealing with thinning hair over the last year, you're certainly not alone. While it can become distressing realizing the reality of losing hair, we're living in a time where hair restorations are very easy to do.
We all want to glance in the mirror and be confident with what we see. But when you start to notice your hair not as full as you would like, extensions are a great option for adding volume or length. On the other hand, if you are actively losing your hair, there are better hair restoration solutions over hair extensions. This post will help you better understand the difference when deciding between the two.
Your resume is updated and pristine, you've picked out the perfect interview outfit, and you're overqualified for the job, but could the state of your hair hurt your chances? Hair loss is common, but if you're on the hunt for a new job, that common issue could have a negative impact.
Unfortunately, hair loss affects first impressions, assumptions about age and hygiene, and is tied to societal stigmas of beauty. Though it is unlikely that thinning hair will be the sole reason you don't get the job, it could be a factor.
Read on, to learn more about the surprising ways hair loss may affect that all-important first impression.
Styling is one thing, but protection is another. In fact, it can be difficult to take proper care of your hair. Perhaps you are using too many heat tools or harmful hair products, without worrying enough about their long-term effects. That's when some women find that they are dealing with hair loss.
Did you know that hair loss is caused by a myriad of factors besides genetics? It's true! Many people assume that hair loss is the result of unfortunate family history, but it turns out there are plenty of day-to-day activities and habits that can result in thinning hair and baldness. Your hair follicles react to the stresses and messes you put your body through, and sometimes that reaction can lead those follicles to shut down. Below, we've compiled the top five bad habits that have the potential to lead to hair loss.
Hair loss is a universal concern that can occur for a variety of reasons, but did you know that beyond genetics and environmental factors there are infection-related causes of hair loss? That's right, certain infections - typically fungal in nature - can contribute to thinning hair and an unhealthy scalp.