Do you ever look in the mirror and begin to wonder if it’s just the light, or is your hair falling out?
Many people begin to spot these warnings signs and just think it’s the former, not the latter. Make no mistake, though; hair loss is a common problem and it could ‘happen to you’ as it happens to many otherwise healthy people. From genetic disadvantage to living a stressful life, many reasons will see your hair begin to become a thing of the past.
To help you watch out for the primary causation though, here is a list of the three key reasons why your bathroom floor, shower plug and sink are beginning to become as hairy as your head itself…
Reason #1 – Stress
The most common reason for losing your hair is stress – plain and simple. Any kind of physical stress is going to leave your hair in a major way. From having to undergo surgery to being in a car accident, many forms of physical trauma and stress can cause you to see your hair fall out. Physical illness and conditioning can have a major part to play on your hair, too.
Physical stress, though, is one of the reasons why so many guys watch their hair become a thing of the past. If we have to undergo stress recovery from a major incident or event,
it’s only natural that our body will need to take power from somewhere to help you cope:most of the time, that ‘power’ is drawn from your hair!
Don’t worry: when you recover, your hair should
come back with its original depth and potency.
Reason #2 – Vitamin A Excess
A rather odd reason for hair loss is an
excess amount of vitamin A in our systems. Taking an excess of Vitamin A supplements can lead to your hair coming out, so you should be pretty vigilant about the amount that you are taking. With a daily intake of around 5,000IU for adults and children over the age of 4, you need to watch as some supplements can contain a whopping 10,000IU; far over what your body needs.
So long as you can cut down on your vitamin A intake, though, this problem is likely to become a thing of the past. Once you get it down to normal, manageable amounts the problem *should* dissipate.
Reason #3 – Pregnancy
Another common reason for losing hair is when you undergo pregnancy. Now, this one is obviously not for a man. Pregnancy is a massively intense physical stress-inducer and is one of the key reasons why you will likely find that your hair is becoming a thing of the past.
Don’t worry, your hair will grow back quite quickly after the physical stress and exhaustion that having a child has will do to you. Just be aware that it might take a little longer if your little one is the rowdy, loud sort that keeps you up!