Small and sudden hair loss?!
Question: Small and sudden hair loss?
It's hard to be 100% sure but stress could certainly be a factor as it is a known cause of hair loss in both men and women at times of extreme pressure. One thing you can try out solutions-wise is applying natural oils to your scalp alongside your regular shampoo and conditioner. There are many that are known to help repair hair loss damage and stimulate new growth. Here's a quick list of some and their effects:
Basil: Massaging basil hair oil into the scalp helps strengthen follicles and improves scalp circulation, which may trigger hair growth.
Sage: Using sage as a hair rinse helps darken the hair and delay hair loss
Bay: By adding three drops of this oil into your shampoo, it not only helps restore dull hair and stimulates hair growth, but also helps resolve the problem of dandruff
Rosemary: Stimulates hair bulbs to renewed activity, strengthens hair, and prevents premature baldness
Arnica: Using a hair rinse with arnica extract has been used to treat Alopecia Neurotica
Amla: From dried amla berries, amla oil helps hair from graying prematurely, prevents shedding and dandruff, strengthens hair, and stimulates hair growth.
Hope this info helps out your case and best of luck :-)
It could be any of those things you mentioned, really. Other than that, do you use a lot of hair care products, like straightening/curling iron? Hair spray? Hair bleach? Hair dye? Those things can damage your hair and cause some to fall out, too.
Or you could have a disease that causes premature hair loss. I can't remember the name of it, but they do exist.
my hair was falling out a few years back so i had some blood tests and it came down to stress,maybe its the same with you
I can't tell you if you have a problem because I am not a doctor. I can tell you that there are many reasons for hair loss.
Such as these:
But to know for sure you will have to see your heath care provider. They will be able to tell you if something is wrong.
My friend (she's 21) had her tonsils taken out and she was allergic to the anesthesia they used and some of her hair feel out.
I (I'm 25) found out that I had been losing some of my hair and I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism.
So the safest and surest way to go with this to see if anything is wrong would be to see your health care provider.