Everyone’s hair falls out. That’s nature’s way – about 100 hairs leave the head every day to give way to young hairs. The number of lost and new hairs in a healthy person is approximately equal. If there are significantly more hairs lost, it is time to see a trichologist. Run.
But the body gives alarm signals before your hands, comb, clothes, the back of the chair will constantly appear a lot of hair loss. Alopecia begins not with smooth “islands” on the head. The first signs are thinning hair, weaker roots, and slower growth. The most vulnerable places are the growth line, the area of temples. Damaged hair loses its pigment, which may manifest as heterogeneity of hair color. You should also be alert for itching and scalp flaking.