Does Hair Loss Affect Us More in the Summer Season?

Written By Remedy Talk on Monday, 18 July 2016 | 05:35

Do we shed more hair in the Summer?

It's a fact: Both men and women suffer from hair loss more severely during the hotter months of the year.
 

Why? Well, whilst this theory has not been proved, there certainly seems to be a common trend whereby shedding is triggered in the summer months, resulting in increased balding.
 

The theory is based on our similarities with animals - for instance, the dog sheds hair in the summer to create a thinner coat for the hotter climate, enabling its body to cool down more efficiently. Another angle to look at this theory is that the stress to our bodies from the sun and warm weather causes hair loss from telogen effluvium.
 

Telogen effluvium is only short term, and only lasts throughout the hotter climate, but for those of us who suffer from common hair loss conditions such as male pattern baldness and alopecia, this temporary phase may not be quite so forgiving once the summer season passes by.


Can HR23+ help?
 

HR23+ is not specifically designed for hair loss during the summer season. HR23+ was formulated for men and women suffering from early stages of hair loss, regardless of the climate conditions. HR23+ contains excellent hair strengthening ingredients as well as anti-hair loss extracts that can enable users to battle hair loss safely and efficiently.



If you're prone to hair shedding, especially during the summer months, then HR23+ is an excellent supplement that can be hugely beneficial for maintaining hair growth and preventing hair fall. Please see the full list of ingredients in HR23+ and how they can benefit you in your battle against hair shedding, thinning hair and baldness.

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