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Summer hair loss is not a myth - say the experts

If you noticed extra clumps of hair falling out during the summer, it's not just you.

Experts claim that during the last hot months of the year, hair begins to shed more frequently - but it is nothing to worry about. 

It isn't due to premature balding, but rather due to the natural cycle of the body.


Follicles that held on tight during the year are no longer needed to serve as a shield against the sun, so they simply begin to fall out.




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