Is your hair falling out? You should ask yourself is my hair shedding or breaking off?
The way to identify shedding is to look for a clear to white bulb at the end of the strand. If the bulb is present you may be experiencing normal shedding called the hair growth cycle. During the hair growth cycle your hair naturally falls from the scalp. These strands are usually longer in length. Within 130 days hair will start to grow back at the sight of shedding. Shedding is a normal function of the body. You should not be alarmed by it's presence. However, if you do experience an excessive amount of shedding contact a medical professional because your problem may be medical.
If you can not identify the clear to white bulb at the end of the strand then your hair may be breaking. Hair strands that have broken come in various lengths and usually lighter in color. You should immediately contact a hair care professional so that you can begin to identify the cause of your breakage. Failure to act quickly can result in complete hair loss. Your hair will undergo a series of moisture and protein treatments and possibly a haircut. Any hair that is breaking is dead (dried out, weak) will not be restored to it's original condition. Conditioners will on prolong the breaking of the hair until maybe your hair grows out a little. Allow your hair care professional to lead you in the right direction so that your hair will not only grow back but grow healthier than it was before you experienced the breakage.
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