Seasonal Hair Loss


The yellowing of leaves, shorter days, and colder temperatures are all signs of the changing seasons. Autumn also heralds major shifts in the human body. Don’t get too worked up if you’re already seeing more hair on your pillow in the morning or clumps coming out in the shower. It’s most likely just a period of seasonal hair loss. In this blog, you’ll learn about seasonal hair loss, its causes, and what steps to take to keep calm as the seasons change.

What causes it? 

The evidence for a connection between accelerated hair shedding and the transition from summer to autumn is growing. Hair cover, according to dermatologists, is required in the summer months to protect against the sun. Hair is thought to shed as the seasons shift from summer to fall. As a result, hair shedding increases. Another common clinical theory is that hair sheds in the autumn to make room for thicker winter hair. When hair enters the telogen process at the start of autumn, it ensures that hair growth will increase during the winter months. It may also be an evolutionary phenomenon linked to shorter days and changes in daylight. Seasonal hair loss occurs and affects millions of women around the world, regardless of the science behind it. Is there a way to avoid the seasonal hair loss epidemic now that we’ve shed some light on it? Continue reading to learn more about the small adjustments you can make to minimize hair loss while keeping your hair and scalp safe.

Some tips to prevent it

You can’t maintain the same hair care routine all year, just as you can’t wear the same type of clothing all year. It’s a good idea to change up your hair routine in preparation for the colder months.

  • Stay Hydrated: Hair hydration and moisture are important aspects of hair care, particularly when the weather gets colder. A deep conditioning mask assists in the preservation of moisture in the hair. Reducing the use of heat tools and heat styling would also aid in moisture retention. Remember that drinking water keeps your body and, as a result, your hair hydrated.
  • Use Supplement: Biotin is a fantastic supplement for maintaining hair health. It’s a B vitamin, and while supplements won’t stop you from shedding your hair excessively, they will help keep your hair safe. Biotin strengthens hair and makes it look smoother by preventing breakage. Another essential nutrient for hair health is vitamin C. It aids in the production of collagen, which is an important component of the hair structure. Vitamin C also aids the absorption of iron from the gut.
  • Protection of Elements: Vitamin C also helps iron absorption from the intestine. Autumn and winter weather are some of your hair’s biggest rivals since they are colder and wetter. The easiest way to stay warm is to keep your hair under wraps by wearing a hat. However, keep in mind that your scalp needs to breathe as well, so don’t overtighten your headgear. It’s not good for your hair if your scalp isn’t well circulated. It’s worth remembering that wearing a hat will make your head sweat, which can irritate your scalp. When it comes to wearing hats, it turns out to be a juggling act.
  • Maintain Regular Trimming: Getting rid of split ends is one of the most important ways to keep your hair safe. Trimming the ends is, therefore, necessary if you want to avoid seasonal hair damage. Hair that is dry and brittle is prone to breaking and getting dry ends doesn’t help. So, even if it’s just for a trim, keep your hairdresser appointment.
  • Pay Attention: When your hair begins to thin and the part widens, paying attention to your hair’s part regularly will give you a head start. Is your hair shedding or simply falling out? In the fall and winter, the air is also drier. A static charge is generated when woolen hats are placed on and taken off. Hair breakage may occur as a result of this, as well as friction. While this isn’t exactly hair loss, it can cause hair thinning. The good news is that hair loss caused by the season is only temporary, and your hair will regrow when the time comes.

Seasonal changes and their effects on your hair are undeniable. If you believe that excessive shedding is caused by something other than the weather, you should act quickly. Mayclinik has several hair losses therapies for both men and women. A consultation with one of our expert surgeons will help you get to the root of your hair problems and determine the best treatment option for you.

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