Environmental Factors Affecting Hair Loss

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In dessert areas (Southern United States, Africa. Middle East and Australia) sun, heat, dust, use of desalinated water and even excess use of Air-Conditiong contributes to cause hair loss.

  • Dessert climates: In dessert climate hair loss is the common complaint by both men and women from all the nations.
  • Excessive Sun-Rays: Prolonged Exposure to hot sun, dries out and fade the hair. It will turn the hair brittle and cause it to fall.
  • Desalinated water: Desalinated water dries the hair. Chlorine in deslainated water can cause hair to become brittle and break.
  • Silica in the Air: Silica cause hair to feel dry, weighs hair down and create dandruff.
  • Air-Conditioning: Air-Conditioned atmosphere is very drying, it takes away all the moistures from hair, which cause damage to hair.
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I am a medical professional with over 10 years of medical experience in the clinical chemistry and medicine. I have extensive knowledge about hair loss, its causes, and treatment options both medical and non-medical. My aim is to share my knowledge with those who are suffering from hair loss and present to them the information, which can help them tackle hair loss and overcome in most cases.

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