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Excessive swimming and hair loss. Is there a link?

Any pool chemicals or ocean salt poses a threat to your hair health, whether or not you suffer from a hair loss condition. These agents tend to make hair feel dry and brittle, which is easily remedied by reducing your swim sessions and practicing routine deep conditioning hair masks



The water of the swimming pool essentially contains chlorine, which work as an effective anti-bacterial and anti-algae agent, helping the pool water to stay clean and hygienic. The problem is that, no matter how good it is for keeping the pool water hygienic, chlorine takes a negative toll on your hairs. It damages the cuticles of the hair shafts, which triggers hair fall through breakage and in addition to that chlorine can also harm the hair follicles on the scalp which can cause extreme hair loss.
Being a natural product, ocean salt (sea water) should be less damaging to hair than chlorine
Either way, in this article you will find some useful tips on caring for your hair to minimise the damage.

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Hair loss could sometimes be a sign of something more serious

Hair loss is mostly genetic - and until a breakthrough solution is found - or surgery applied, this means permanent.

Sometimes hair loss could be temporary and reversible.  It may be induced by medicines, stress, environment or circumstance.

But sometimes hair loss can be a sign of something more serious going on in the body, such as health condition such as an under-active thyroid gland, cancer or lupus.



Never assume. If you suspect anything or if you are simply worried about your hair loss it is always best to consult a doctor for personal advice.

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