Sometimes I hear from those who are afraid that their hair shedding or telogen effluvium ever coming to an end. Want to know how it’s going to solve and when. I heard from a woman who said “I have been shedding for about eleven weeks. I’m pretty sure I have telogen effluvium from going outside of contraceptives. And I read that it can take 2-3 months to resolve. I didn’t see much improvement so I wonder how this is finally giving up and what kind of improvement, I’m going to see. My hair just suddenly stop pouring a day or is a gradual process? ” I will try to answer these questions in the following article.
The way that the shedding stops finally depends on the trigger: some shedding is caused by a trigger that can be removed. For example, if your scalp was being negatively affected by a new product that you are using and you were having an allergic reaction that caused the shedding, sometimes all that is required is by removing the trigger and discontinuation of product. Once this happens, you saw an improvement fast enough. Another example is you’ve added additional stress to your lifestyle. The body will try to compensate for this by moving the hair cycle to grow into the resting phase. This is your body’s way to reserve his energy. So, when you remove that stress from your life, then this process is no longer needed and can resume the growth phase.
The process differs when the trigger cannot be changed or taken back: sometimes, there’s nothing you can do to remove the trigger. For example, if you have given birth, have had surgery, had a medical problem or have been sick, there’s not much you can do to go back in time and erase the trigger. Has already occurred, and all you can do is try to be kind to yourself, so that you do not add additional stress to your life. Once this process is in motion, your body will move the hair follicles to their resting or shedding phase and you lose hair as a result. Once it passes the event or your body begins to heal, there is nothing else that can really do except wait for resting or shedding phase at the end and resume growth again.
Most of the literature I read States that this process takes about 3 months. I find that this is only a general guideline. Some people get relief before this. And for others, it takes a little longer. In addition, there is a condition of chronic telogen effluvium, which occurs when the shedding lasts for six months or more due to recurring trigger, trigger new or shedding that is not caused by the alleged offender in the first place.
Normal hair loss does Resume suddenly or gradually?: is my observation and experience that most people will see a gradual improvement. It is the fantasy of every person shedding of waking up one morning and find that you have almost no hair loss, but not the fact, even if you can get some really great days or low shed once recovery begins. In my case, I would like to see some improvement and have some bad days followed by some really big days, and then gradually would find that my average number of shed hair gradually decreased until I began to see what was a normal amount of hair loss once again.
So to answer the question put down, generally speaking, (since experience may vary) telogen effluvium can be solved once removed the trigger or once spent enough time for normal hair and resume cycles to get hair growth once the phrase.