Hair Starting to Fall off?

The scalp hair is approximately numbered at 100,000. Each hair has a particular structure and is anchored in the scalp hair. The hair is a cycle of life that may vary from one hair to another and from one individual to another.

Lifecycle hair: in the early years (2 to 6 years) the hair grows about 1 cm per month, this phase is called phase of growth, then a phase of transformation, which leaves room next to the hair intervient and a resting phase during which separates the hair on the scalp and ending the life of a human hair.
That is why a healthy scalp a person naturally loses on average 40 (sometimes less) to 100 hairs per day.

Hence we talk about hair loss when a man loses over 100 hairs per day and over a long period (months).

A simple way to get the number of hair you lose per day is counted, for example, the morning after your shower on the ground after passing the comb, the number you find on your clothes and your bed (Hint: Choose white sheets to better distinguish them).

If you reach more than 100 hairs per day and lost it over several weeks then it should start, if you have a problem aesthetic or psychological (since losing his hair does not pose a medical problem itself), to inform you on treatments available to stem this loss.