Hairloss Prevention Q&A

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How much do you know about hairloss prevention?

hairloss prevention Q&A

 
Hairloss is a common occurrence among men and women, but despite its prevalence, there are still so many things about it that the public doesn’t understand. There are so many sources of information on hairloss online, but still a lot of questions being raised.

One of the many things people want to know about hairloss is prevention. Here are some of the top questions about hairloss prevention and their answers:

Q1: What causes hairloss?

The most common cause of hairloss in men and women is heredity. Meaning, if hairloss runs in your family, you could experience it too.

For women, hormonal changes or imbalances can cause them to experience hairloss, like if they are pregnant or going through menopause. Taking certain birth control pills can also have this effect.

Other factors that may cause hairloss can include certain medications, poor diet, and even traumatic experiences. [Read more: What are the Causes of Hairloss?]

Q2: Who can experience hairloss?

Think hairloss only happens to your grandfathers and uncles? Think again. Both men and women can experience hairloss at any age. For both sexes, hairloss can start as early as their twenties.

Q3: Can hairloss be prevented?

Yes, hairloss can be prevented. Hairloss prevention is an important step in slowing the progression of hairloss. By being proactive with your hair and scalp care, you can keep your hair healthy and thick.

Q4: When should I start worrying about hairloss?

Almost all men experience hairloss by the time they hit their fifties. On the other hand, hairloss begins variably among men across the world. Generally, signs of hairloss can appear as early as 15 years old, due to the increased production of testosterone after puberty.

Women may also start noticing signs of hairloss as early as their teens.

Q5: What does my lifestyle have to do with hairloss?

Aside from genetics, your diet and other daily habits also impact your hair’s health. For example, if you’re not eating well, you’re depriving your hair of the nutrients it needs to grow. [Read: The Link Between Vitamin Deficiency and Hairloss] Other factors such as your stress levels and styling habits can also contribute to hairloss.

Q6: I’m worried that I may already be experiencing hairloss. What do I do?

As soon as you notice signs of hairloss, schedule a consultation with Svenson. The sooner you start your treatments, the more likely you are to see results and delay hairloss. It is best that you see a trusted hairloss expert found at Svenson who will advise you on what treatment program works best.

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