There are different reasons for hair loss, in many girls and younger women hair loss is generally temporary. You can learn a lot by paying close attention to symptoms you may be experiencing with your hair. After you’ve narrowed down the potential reason for hair loss then you can work on an effective method to stimulate healthy hair growth. If there’s a deeper problem going on inside, there’s no potion that you can slather on your scalp or pill you can take that will “poof'” make your hair grow down to your butt . If only it were that easy.
Any time someone tells me that they think their hair is falling out, thinning or just doesn’t seem to be growing I always suggest that they look from the inside out. By that I mean, there is always something going on inside your body that is causing you to notice changes in your hair.
I ask clients questions about what’s going on in their life at the moment. Have there been any changes in diet, lifestyle or routine? When they stop and think about things, clients are often very surprised that they can usually pinpoint changes in hair to a specific time period or event. Listen to the clues your body is giving you.
Here are 4 common factors that could cause temporary hair loss[fancylist]
1. Change in hormone levels
2. Stressful life event
3. Extreme or fad diets
If you think you may be experiencing temporary hair loss, I suggest a dietary supplement by PhytoSpecific called Cap’Energy. Many have heard that biotin which is said to be good for promoting hair growth.
The PhytoSpecific supplement for hair growth takes it to the next level for black women. It is a thinning hair food supplement specifically formulated for black women who have textured or Afro-curly hair. Their’s is a unique blend of antioxidants and minerals such as zinc, B-12 and watercress.
[box_tip]If you are going to take supplements you should give it about 3 months time to see improvements. Remember supplements are to stimulate sluggish hair growth due to lack of nutrients vital to healthy hair growth. [/box_tip]
[box_warning]Taking large doses of hair vitamins will not make hair grow faster or abnormally long. Normal rate of growth for hair is about 1/2 inch per month.[/box_warning]