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There are many causes of hair fall.

  • Pattern baldness or androgenetic alopecia:- Male pattern baldness leads to a receding hairline and/or baldness over crown of the head. Female-pattern baldness causes the hair to thin in the front, on the crown, or on the sides.
  • Alopecia areata:- Usually presents as round to oval bald patches
  • Fungal infection of scalp:- more common in children
  • Tractional alopecia:- Hairstyles that pull on the hair, such as tight pigtails
  • Repeated hair pulling due to underlying psychological distress (trichotillomania)
  • Telogen effluvium which occurs 3-6 months after a stressor like febrile episode, trauma, pregnancy, etc
  • Anagen effluvium: -due to anticancer drugs

No. The main function of shampoo is to clean the scalp.

There is no scientific evidence to suggest that hair oil controls hair fall.

If there is significant hair loss, seek an opinion of a dermatologist. We first need to rule out any underlying cause such as iron deficiency, thyroid dysfunction, etc.

Certain amount of hair fall is normal as that many hairs are also growing. Few healthy habits can be inculcated in order to control hair fall:

Green leafy vegetables

  • Fresh fruits
  • Regular daily exercises
  • Avoid alcohol and smoking
  • Avoid fatty food

Hair spa and other treatments are mainly for causing relaxation and feeling of well being.

Frizzyness is not altered by shampoos. You can use conditioner meant for dry hair to tame your hair better.

No. The natural texture and quality of hair remains the same . Hair can be healthier with healthy lifestyle and proper diet intake. Any kind of application will only give a temporary alternation.

Regular shampooing of hair is good to keep oily scalp clean and devoid of dandruff

All non medicated shampoos have similar properties. Use a good conditioner which forms a coating on the hair and makes it smoother and silkier.