Hair loss is known to be the thinning of hair on the scalp. The medical term for hair loss is alopecia. Alopecia can sometimes be temporary or permanent. The most common form of hair loss happens gradually and is referred to as “androgenetic alopecia”, this means that a fusion of hormones (androgens are male hormones) and heredity (genetics) is needed to develop the condition.
Other types of hair loss include alopecia areata (patches of baldness that can grow back), telogen effluvium (rapid shedding after childbirth, fever, or sudden loss of weight) and traction alopecia (thinning from tight braids or ponytails).
Normally, hair loss happens gradually with age in both men and women, but is usually more pronounced in men.
Rosemary essential oil and sage essential oil can both help thicken your hair. Just add a couple of drops to your shampoo, massage it into the scalp, and then rinse it off.
For hand, foot and mouth disease, make sure to take vitamin C and zinc after meals.