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What women can do to stop hair loss.

28 Nov 2007, by haircentre in TRICHOLOGIST

Dr. Reichman discusses why it happens and suggests possible remedies.

nbc_reichman_judith_thumb.jpg Dr Judith Reichman: TODAY contributor.

Question: I’m in my early 40s and I’ve noticed sudden hair loss. I’m devastated. Why is this happening and what can I do?

Answer: Women don’t expect to lose their hair (unlike men), so when it happens it’s extraordinarily traumatic.

We normally have, on average, 100,000 hairs on our scalp. And as evinced by our changing hair lengths, roots and visits to our hairdressers, those hairs grow; in fact, 90 percent of our hair is actively growing at any given time. Hair is the second fastest growing tissue in our body after (I’d love for you to guess) … bone marrow. To keep its place on your head, your hair needs the right conditions. (Note I didn’t say conditioner.) You may find that you’re unexpectedly losing hair if you impose restrictions on hair growth or if your genes are such that continued hair growth is not in your destiny.

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