Could This Be πŸ€” the Reason Your Hair πŸ’πŸ»πŸ’πŸΌπŸ’πŸ½πŸ’πŸΏ is Falling out 😱?


Hair loss can seem like a super scary thing, but there are lots of reasons why our hair falls out.

It could be a genetic thing, hormones, your scalp, medical conditions, stress, or even your diet.

If you’ve been noticing more hair fallout than normal, there are many reasons behind it.

So, I’ve listed some of the many common and sneaky reasons why our hair could be falling out.

Take a look below.

1. Changing of Seasons

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The in-between time amid seasons not only makes it hard on our allergies, but it’s also a pain on our hair.

According to dermatologist Dr.

Francesca Fusco, it’s also the prime time for our hair to fall out.

She says that whenever there’s a shift in the weather, it triggers our bodies to go into an adjustment period which can in turn mess with our hair growth cycle.

Hair growth is usually at its peak in the summer so it’s natural to experience increased hair loss at the end of summer.

2. Always Wearing the Same Hairstyle

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I don’t know about you, but since my schedule can be so crazy sometimes, I tend to wear my hair in the same style, or no style at all, to save time.

One of my go-to styles is throw my hair back in a ponytail.

As convenient as it is, it can wreck our hair if we wear our hair up too often.

Think about all the times you wear your hair in a tight topknot or ponytail, it can really add up and cause breakage and hair loss.2

Give your hair a break from tight hairstyles and elastics a few days a week and you’ll probably see a difference in your hair.

3. You’re Not Eating Enough Protein

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Vegans, vegetarians, and even carnivores can lack protein in their diet.

The American Academy of Dermatology says that when your diet lacks protein, it can cause your body to start regulating protein by slowing down hair growth.

It’s not always easy to eat a totally balanced diet all the time when you’ve got so many things going on, but it’s important to make it a priority for our health and hair’s sake.2

Make sure you include lean protein in your diet such as fish, eggs, meat, peas, quinoa, nuts, beans, and tofu.

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