If you have thinning hair, there are ways to treat the problem before it worsens. Here are some common signs of hair loss and ways to reverse them.
You see more hair in your brush.
We all lose 50 to 100 hairs per day on average. So if you find more than 100 hairs in your brush after brushing your hair, it’s a sign that you’re losing more than normal. Likewise, if fewer than the average hairs end up in your brush, it doesn’t necessarily mean there’s nothing wrong with your hair.
Your part is wider than it used to be.
Another giveaway is if your part is wider than it used to be. Thinning hair can make a part look wider, so you may need to create a wider part on your head to help camouflage the loss of volume.
Your hairline is receding
If you notice that the front part of your hairline is not growing in properly, then this could be an early sign of male pattern baldness.
A good way to determine if this means you have a problem with thinning hair is by looking at family members and seeing if they have any signs of it—like going bald or having receding hairlines themselves. Some people may also experience more graying than others at an early age.
You notice bald spots.
You may have noticed that your hair has become thinner, but you’re not sure if it’s time to worry about the bald spots yet. If so, here are some ways to tell if this is just part of the natural aging process or something more serious:
· Have you lost any patches of hair? This is an obvious sign of thinning hair; you should schedule a complimentary consultation with hair experts from Eternal Hair & Esthetics since it can lead to balding if left untreated.
If you are experiencing hair loss, the best thing to do is track your progress. If you notice visible balding and thinning, the experts at Eternal Hair & Esthetics can help you to reverse thinning in unaffected areas and restore hair + consistent hair growth to affected areas.