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Hair Fall

Hair loss or baldness is generally something only adults need to worry about. But in a few cases, teens lost their hair, too ? and it may be a symbol that something's going on.

Hair loss during teenage years can mean a person may be unwell or just not eating right. Some hard medications or medical remedies, like chemotherapy treatment for cancer, also big cause hair loss. People can even lose their hair if they use a hairstyle that pulls on the hair for a long time, such as braids.

There is no completely successful remedy for your hair fall because the condition of hair problem different from one person to another person.

Our hair is made of a kind of protein which called keratin. Every hair consists of a hair shaft, a root below the skin, and a follicle, from which the hair root grows. At the lower end of the follicle is the hair tuber, where the hair's color pigment, or melanin, is produced. Most people lost about 50 to 100 head hairs every day.

Our hair is made of a kind of protein which called keratin. Every hair consists of a hair shaft, a root below the skin, and a follicle, from which the hair root grows. At the lower end of the follicle is the hair tuber, where the hair's color pigment, or melanin, is produced. Most people lost about 50 to 100 head hairs every day. These hairs are replaced ? they grow back again in the similar follicle on your head. This amount of hair loss is completely normal and no cause for worry. But something might be wrong, if you're losing more than that. If you have excess hair loss and don't know what's causing it, you should talk to your doctor. A doctor can find out why the hair is falling out and give you correct advice a treatment that will correct the underlying problem, if necessary.

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