Title: Hair Loss- Understand Hair Growth To Fight Hair Loss Word Count: 386 Summary: Every one of us dreads losing hair. There will be a rare human being who does not. Hair makes us look good and none of us wants to lose it. Keywords: hair,hair care,hair loss,hereditary,alopecia aerta,diseases,pregnancy,remedies, Article Body: Every one of us dreads losing hair. There will be a rare human being who does not. Hair makes us look good and none of us wants to lose it. There are many of us who are comfortable after losing their hair. But that is more a reflection of their tremendous confidence. If you are one of those who are worried about hair loss, please read on. Hair growth cycle- Our hair does not grow all together. We see our scalp full of hair and think that all hair is growing. But the truth is different. Hair grows, rests for sometime, and then falls and a new hair takes its place to grow. At any point of time about ninety percent of our hair is growing and the ten percent is either ready to fall or is falling. When we shampoo our hair, this falling hair sheds itself. Everyday we lose about 50- 100 strands of hair. That is perfectly normal. If that is causing any worry to you, stop. That is normal. The best person to tell you if you might be facing hair loss is your hair stylist. Get your scalp examined and find out if hair is thinning from any place or a patch is forming. Hair loss reasons We lose hair for many reasons. The primary reason is hereditary. The second is alopecia aerta. And then there are many diseases and changes in body that bring about hair loss. The last kind of hair loss is rectified as soon as the condition is over. Most of the women lose lot of hair after pregnancy. But they recover it soon. Many other conditions make hair fall like that. We should be more bothered about hereditary loss and alopecia aerta. I think that you have got a brief introduction to hair growth cycle and hair loss. In the next articles, I will talk about the reasons and remedies of hair loss. This article is only for informative purposes. This article is not intended to be a medical advise and it is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Please consult your doctor for your medical concerns. Please follow any tip given in this article only after consulting your doctor. The author is not liable for any outcome or damage resulting from information obtained from this article.