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If you have become aware that you are losing your hair, the problem could be related to a number of issues, such as hormones, stress, genetics or medications. Luckily, there are many potential treatments that can slow down, conceal or reverse hair loss. Read this article for a lot of advice to think about if you are struggling with hair loss.

If you are having difficulty accepting your baldness, this tip may be able to help you. Having a haircut that is very short can make you look more attractive, and make your baldness less noticeable. Keep your hair well groomed and close to your head. You may discover that this is a simple method for creating a great look for you.

Avoid stress at all costs if you don't want to lose your hair. Poor management of the stress in your life, can lead to continued hair loss. Learn to cope with stress effectively.

Different hair styles can contribute to hair loss. Pulling the hair tightly, or pulling it back in a hair band for quite a period of time, should be avoided. Hair products have greatly evolved, but many can still result in damaged hair. Ponytails that have been pulled too tight can damage the hair shaft and this can lead to hair follicle damage also.

A simple trick to slowing hair loss is to alter the routine after your daily showers. When you are done washing your hair rub, it gently with a towel to dry it, instead of rubbing vigorously. You may also want to stay away from hair dryers. If you have to do it, use the lowest heat settings.

Avoid brushing your hair while it's wet. Use a soft towel to remove the excess moisture from your hair, and then let it fully air dry before brushing it. Your follicles are fragile when wet and can get damaged easily. Brushing hair when wet can result in you losing it faster.

Anti-depressant medications may cause hair loss. It has been found that many anti-depressants are made with ingredients that can promote hair loss. You should let your doctor know about your hair loss, so that he or she can work with you to find a new medication that won't cause this.

Massage your scalp often to stimulate nerves and circulation. Regular scalp massages have been show to be very effective. This is because the stimulation from massaging your scalp helps to stimulate more hair growth through the reduction in stress and tension, which is one of the known causes for early hair loss. There is no negative side effect or risk with doing this, so just try it each day and see what happens.

Before cutting it, allow hair to grow thicker and fuller first. Cutting it every time it starts to get a little frizzy and lengthier will ultimately weaken your hair, so let it grow longer.

There are also temporary causes of hair loss such as stress, anemia, illness, surgery, weight change, and much more. The hair loss often tends to start three months after the event, and it usually lasts about three months. Keep this in mind and use this information to design a good treatment.

When trying to stop your hair loss, you should aim to find how it first began. Some hair products, like products that are left in the hair or gels that are alcohol-based, can cause hair to fall out. Stopping use of the source product could actually solve the hair loss, but without paying attention, it could continue to worsen without ever knowing the real cause.

Armed with these tips, you should be ready to cope with the many degrees of hair loss. When you become more educated about the process and possible causes of losing hair, you will be more prepared to find solutions that work for you.

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