Hair is a living tissue; it is updated very quickly, because it grows the fastest in our body. Thus, basically, hair loss is natural. Yet excessive loss, which is accompanied by deterioration in hair quality (thinning, dryness and brittleness), is no longer normal.
If your hair has lost volume and strength over the past 2-4 months, you notice more than 100 hairs on a comb per day, then most likely this was due to one or several reasons:
· Diet, food restriction;
· Illness, medication;
· Physical stress and athletic stress;
· Emotional stress, depressive states;
· Intensive work period or exams
· Pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding
· Care that does not suit your hair type.
These are only the most common reasons for hair loss due to stress, but still not all of them. Indeed, when the body turns on all forces to combat stress, the hair reacts with a sharp deterioration: it decreases in volume and falls out faster.
Before the process of intensive loss starts, hair becomes thinner as it quickly loses moisture. It also becomes less soft and shiny, more porous due to the lack of vital elements leading to cuticle and stem damage. Therefore, if you notice that your hair has lost its vitality, you can take timely measures to restore it in order to prevent excessive hair loss.