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We know what it feels like when you notice that you start to lose your hair. The fear of remaining bald is a lot and this can bring with it, in many cases, the fear of no longer being accepted by society.

Although it is always a phenomenon to be kept under control, it should also be noted that in some cases hair loss can be completely transient and, therefore, less serious than you might imagine.

Attention, however: this does not mean that nothing must be done to fight it and to bring the situation back to normal. In fact it is very important to keep under observation the quantity of hair falling out and, above all, to go and understand what are the causes that lead to this situation.


When is the hair loss temporary?

As mentioned, there are some cases where hair loss is transient. You must, therefore, introduce a basic concept, which serves to understand what can happen to your hair in several cases. The life cycle of hair also predicts a stage in which hair falls: therefore, it is said that a certain amount of falling hair is completely physiological and should not cause any concern.

Usually, hair that falls out because it has reached the end of its life cycle is replaced by new hair, which allows for no thinning, which, in addition to being unsightly, should trigger a wake-up call.

But it is not only the life cycle that makes the hair fall out. There are other factors that can cause it to fall out and which, however, give rise to situations that, if treated properly, are decidedly transient.

Today, we hear more and more often about stress-related illnesses. What is it and why is it listed among the causes of transient losses? Stress debilitates the body and, as a result, has a negative impact both on the life cycle of the hair itself and on its state of health. It is not, therefore, rare to see hair fall in situations of high stress.

What to do in this case? You must try to treat what are the causes that determine this condition, going, therefore, to fight the source of stress. Resolving the situation, in fact, even that of the hair should return to normal within a short time.

Even hormonal changes can lead to transient hair loss. It is no coincidence, for example, that in the pregnancy and early menopausal periods women notice changes in their hair. As suggested for the previous case, here too it is important to fight what is the cause that leads to a worsening of the hair condition.

As always, then, the most valid suggestion is to ask a hair expert for a consultation, who can suggest how to act to strengthen the hair after such an event. There are different types of care, natural and not, able to give new life to hair that falls out for the above reasons.