“Prevention is better than baldness” because there is no permanent cure for alopecia. So minimize your chances (if they are not genetic in nature) of hair loss by following these guidelines.
Most common type of stress-induced hair loss is telogen effluvium which is triggered due to physiologic stress or hormonal change causing a large number of hair strands to enter telogen at one time. The hair grows back when the emotional or physical stress is resolved, although it can take months.
The reasons behind hair loss can be many. Poor diet, pollution, genetic factors etc. all play a significant role in hair fall.read more
Tips to Prevent Hair Loss - Exercise, stress management, giving up harmful addictions such as that of nicotine, alcohol and caffeine are some ways to prevent hair loss.read more