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The term bald or baldness involves the state of lacking hair where it is commonly seen or grows on the human body especially on the head.
Baldness Hair Loss and Baldness Causes
The average human head has about 100,000 hair follicles. Each of these hair follicles can grow about 20 individual hairs in a person’s lifetime. You also have an average hair loss of about 100 strands each day and this is quite normal.
a. Is Baldness caused by Dandruff?
Dandruff is basically the dry skin that forms on the surface of your scalp of your head. Dandruff occurs either due to lack of cleanliness, due to pollution where dust particles might settle on your head or through contact with an affected persons personal items such as towel, comb or even clothes.
Once this dry skin starts getting separated from the surface of the scalp, you get that itchy feeling, the need to scratch your scalp. When we scratch that particular place, it disturbs the hair root and they come out each time we itch. So in simple terms, Dandruff can cause Baldness
b. Is Baldness caused by onset of puberty?
Onset of hair loss sometimes begins as early as end of puberty, and is mostly genetically determined.
c. Is Baldness inherited from parents?
While no conclusive evidence has been found, previous research does indicate that both parents contribute to their offspring’s likelihood of hair loss
Baldness involves the state of lacking hair where it often grows, especially on the head. Treatments for the various forms of male baldness and female baldness have limited success, but typical baldness is now a very preventable, and reversible (to a certain extent) condition.
Flax may halt a receding hairline. In a recent study, Taiwanese scientists gave a daily 50 milligram (mg) dose of lignans , disease-fighting compounds found in flaxseed, to 10 men who were losing their hair.
After 6 months, nine of the 10 men showed slower hair loss. Lignans are found in the flaxseed’s shell, so buy ground whole seeds in your supermarket’s health-food section. Taking 1 tablespoon provides the lignans you need.
Baldness products and other cures for Baldness
As a general rule, it is easier to maintain remaining hair than it is to regrow;
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