Home » Blog » Hair Growth Tips

Hair Loss According To The Canadian Hair And Scalp Institute

Almost 70% of Males and 20% of Females will Experience Hair Loss at some point in their Life.

The Canadian Hair Research Foundation (CHRF) released a study revealing 81% of men believe that physical appearance can influence career advancements and 1 in 4 Canadians believe hair loss is an obstacle to having a romantic relationship. With hair loss affecting every aspect of your life and your self-confidence, it’s important to understand what causes it and what can be done.

Hair loss can result from many factors. These include thyroid disease, high fever, diet, childbirth and some medications. Burns and other causes of scalp scarring can also cause permanent hair loss. Stress is only implicated in certain, relatively uncommon instances.

Alopecia areata is an unusual condition involving patches of hair loss that is caused by problems in the immune system. Women can suffer from a condition known as “chronic telogen effluvium” where full-length healthy hair is shed from all over the scalp in continuous “molts” for up to 2 years. The cause is unknown.

Aging is known to cause hair loss in some men and women. It affects the entire scalp with gradual thinning being detected, usually after 50 years of age. Most men and women, experience some degree of hair loss in their lifetimes.

Hair Myths

Brushing Your Hair Makes It Grow Faster

This is false. In fact, brushing your hair too much can actually damage it and excessively pull on your hair follicles, thus weakening them. Only brush your hair when it is knotted.

Coloring Hair Makes It Fall Out

Bleaching your hair is very harmful because it strips the strands of their natural color and this can dry it out and cause severe breakage. Coloring your hair, on the other hand, may actually be good for it because it thickens your hair strands, thus strengthening them.

Switching Shampoos Makes Your Hair Grow Faster

Switching shampoos does not necessarily have a positive effect on the growth of your hair. In fact, external products are for the most part ineffectual when it comes to giving you strong and healthy hair. A complete and balanced diet is more pertinent to healthy hair than any product you put in it.

Dandruff Means You Have a Dry Scalp

The truth is that dandruff is not a by-product of a dry scalp; rather, it signifies an oily scalp. Due to common misconceptions, many people are under the impression that a dry scalp leads to dandruff and therefore they need to cut back on washing their hair. Actually, you may need to just switch to anti-dandruff shampoo but you can keep washing your hair the same amount.

Hair Only Thins Out as You Get Older

This is not true. The rate and age at which your hair thins out is hereditary.

Over-Washing Your Hair Can Cause Hair Loss

Everyone’s hair is different and, therefore, they all require different hair care routines. Some people might need to wash their hair every day to keep it from becoming too oily, whereas other people can go about three or four days without having to wash their hair.

Stopping Birth Control Makes Your Hair Fall Out

This is not necessarily true. While birth control does increase your estrogen and progesterone levels, which is a contributing factor to some changes in your body hair, it does not necessarily make your hair fall out unless you have a genetic predisposition to hair loss.

Frequent Haircuts Allow Hair to Grow Faster

Frequent haircuts do not have any effect on the rate of your hair growth. However, they are helpful in removing split ends and dead ends, which ultimately weaken the structure of hair strands and make them more prone to breakage. In order to facilitate fast, strong, and healthy hair growth, you need to ensure that you are consuming a healthy and balanced diet that is rich in proteins, vitamins, nutrients, and essential minerals.

Changing Angles

This is where we say goodbye to all of the useful information provided by the Canadian Hair and Scalp Center. Their next article is about how the only sure-fire way to get hair growth is through a hair transplant. While that’s certainly true to some degree, it’s also traumatic and expensive, not to mention we’ve all seen examples of hair transplants gone wrong. 

We happily join Harvard Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra in recommending Keranique for hair loss.  

The brand Keranique is beyond just a single shampoo product that contributes to hair growth. Keranique is more specifically an entire line of hair regrowth products dedicated to combating female pattern thinning and hair loss. While the Scalp Stimulating Shampoo is wonderful as a standalone, it is more effective and intended to be used with other Keranique products as a multi-step treatment process specially designed for women.

Scalp Stimulating Shampoo’s formula is free of parabens, sulfates, and dye! Further, the Keranique Hair Regrowth Treatment has 2% Minoxidil (FDA approved), which for women, can slow down or even put a stop to hair thinning all together.

Studies have shown that consistent and proper use of Keranique Hair Regrowth Treatment – to be used twice a day, every day – can show results regarding hair growth in a stunning four months, though results may vary. Many consumers noticed cosmetic difference after just a month of use.

The Complete Keranique Hair Regrowth System is a four-piece kit that combines the science of a clinically proven hair regrowth treatment with true premium hair care for thicker, fuller, healthier, and more beautiful hair instantly.

Andy Corbley is the editor and senior content writer for Hairlossly.

Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
PHP Code Snippets Powered By : XYZScripts.com