October 10, 2018
If you ever ask anyone about a cure for falling hairs, there will be so many suggestions that it will virtually become difficult for you to choose the most suitable one. In a place like Dubai, where the climate is quite humid it is very much likely that your hairs will be affected. Nevertheless, this is not the only reason behind hair problems. There are about 5 facts about hair loss in UAE which you need to be acquainted with in order to avoid the moon shining on your scalp. Hair loss becomes even more painful when some of your age fellows start treating you with a little more respect which is usually offered to senior citizens.
Before you start worrying about losing hairs and look for a treatment, it is advised to try and find out the cause. Sometimes, the problem may be due to factors like climatical change, improper diet, sleeplessness, mental stress, wrong type of hair products in use and treatment to a disease such as cancer (chemotherapy). All these causes are temporary and do not usually result in baldness or complete hair loss. Discussed below are the 5 facts about hair loss in Dubai. It is worth-mentioning here that the same may be applicable in some other parts of the world as well.
If you have the problem of hair loss running in your family commonly known as male pattern baldness, then it is very much likely that you will also inherit this. Although this hasn’t come out to be true in many cases but the threat is always there.
2. Poor Blood Circulation
One of the facts about hair loss is poor blood circulation. Since many people in Dubai put on hats, caps and at times helmets to protect themselves against the harmful U.V rays, this results in inadequate blood circulation through the hair follicles. Somehow, this may also vary from person to person.
3. Presence of Dihydrotestosterone or DHT
There is a powerful androgen hormone present in the blood known as Dihydrotestosterone or DHT. It actually inhibits scalp hair growth and is believed to be the main cause behind hair loss. So far, there has not been any effective treatment to control its presence.
4. Excessive use of Hair Dryers
The Hair dryers where can help you manage your tresses better at the same time suck out the moisture out of your hairs and often damaging them. Either you should hold it atleast 12 inches away from the hairs or allow natural drying.
5. Too much Hairstyling
If you are extra conscious about the look of your hairs, it is very much likely that you may be trying many hair styling methods like curling, twisting, clipping, and braiding. These activities can also effect the health of your hairs to a certain degree.
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