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Normal hair loss per day

Up to 100 to 150 hairs fall per day, which is normal and you shouldn’t worry about it. However, losing 100 hair per day is a normal hair loss only for individuals who have healthy scalp and are able to regrow them in the next hair cycle. But if the scalp is thinning even with as little as 20 to 30 hair loss per day there could be some medical or environmental causes which need attention.
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How much hair loss is normal in a day?

Before we ask “how much hair loss is normal in a day?” Lets get to the roots of our hair and try to understand the life cycle of our follicles. After that, we’ll discus what causes hair fall. Maybe then, we can find the treatment to stop the development of the situation.
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Regenepure DR Hair Loss Shampoo Review 2017
Regenepure Dr shampoo is indeed an effective way to deal with hair thinning and it can lead to noteworthy results. Read customers reviews
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RegenePure DR Shampoo review
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#hair loss #diabetes

Diabetes is not only causing the loss of your existing curls, it is also preventing the growth of new ones. Hair usually goes through three phases. During the active growing phase, which lasts for two years or more, hairs grow at a rate of 1 to 2 cm per month.
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How Diabetes lead to Hair Loss
How Diabetes lead to Hair LossWhen you have diabetes, your body doesn’t produce insulin, doesn’t use it effectively, or both. This makes sugar build up in your blood. Which negatively affects the body’s circulatory system. This means that less amount of nutrients and oxygen reach the upper and the lower
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