Medical issues aside
Now, of course, hair loss can also occur outside of medical reasons — for instance, it can occur as a result of different hair treatments. If you frequently dye your hair, use hard-bristled brushes, hot irons and curlers, and other methods of styling your hair — you are most likely prone to some hair loss. This is quite normal, as the things listed above (on top of harsh chemicals) can be very damaging to your hair. If you’ve noticed individual strands of hair having varying thicknesses along it, or lots of split-ends, the reason for this is none other than your styling products. If you’re worried about the amount of hair you are losing due to styling, you don’t need to stress out too much about it, as the effects are very much reversible — all you need to do is cut back on the hair products and styling tools, and you’ll be peachy keen in no time. If you must use irons or curlers, or other heat-emitting products and devices, make sure you apply some protective heat-spray before hand — this will provide an extra protective layer over your locks and effectively act as a shield for your hair.