Seasonal Hair Loss?

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  • #769

    Tuyen
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    So it turns out hair loss can be seasonal…
    https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/10/171024103031.htm

    Thoughts?

    #770

    andy6
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    OMG that’s freaky, we are like trees, another reason i hate winter.

    #771

    iV
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    Can you elaborate a little, I don’t know whether it is worth my time reading that lol

    #772

    Jerry
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    So IV, you’d rather comment about how you dont want to waste your time than actually read the 100 words long article? Bruh.

    #773

    Tuyen
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    Using google trends, they found that hair loss seems to occur more in the seasons of summer and autumn. Not really stated why this might be the case though.

    #774

    timothy
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    That is very fascinating, similarly to how trees lose their leaves in fall, humans lose their hair too. I don’t think it means inflammation hair loss to everyone wondering.

    Hair has its own growth and death phases and for one reason or another it happens to correlate with other organisms.

    #775

    tabananica
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    I reckon it might have to do with more heat and activity, any lose hairs that are about to fall off will do so in that movement.

    #776

    Gallagher
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    Sorry but that is the silliest thing I’ve heard ^ more movement so hair falls off? looool

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