Women are routinely advised to tuck their hair behind their ears to keep it out of their eyes, but doing so may pose health hazards. Healthline reports that repeatedly tying your hair back might weaken and shrink your locks.
The results of this can include discomfort and even headaches. Some women who pull their hair back into a bun or ponytail do not realize the dangers to their health that this practice poses. Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disorder that causes hair loss, and this may increase your chances of having the condition.
Women and kids tend to be the ones that get diagnosed with this illness. When a person with alopecia areata wears their hair in a bun or ponytail, they are putting themselves at greater danger.
Hair follicle traction on skin results in a condition known as traction alopecia. Wearing a tight hairdo for an extended period of time can cause this. The hair follicles become so preoccupied that they can no longer function, leading to hair loss.
Permanent hair loss can result from traction alopecia, making medical treatment a necessity. To avoid traction alopecia, you can take several preventative actions. Avoiding tight ponytails and utilizing mild hair care products are all good places to start.
Hair becomes dry and brittle when it is pulled back because the roots are exposed to air. The accumulation of flakes of dead skin cells on the scalp, known as dandruff, poses a further health danger.
When you brush your hair, the flakes rise to the scalp’s surface and eventually fall off. For a simple and fast hairstyle, try pulling your hair back.
However, you run the risk of damaging your follicles, which could lead to thinning hair. The hair may thin or fall out altogether as a result. Adding hair extensions is a fun and easy way to revamp your appearance.
Avoid health problems and skin infections by not pulling your hair back and by only using the proper products if you must use hair extensions.
Hair’s inherent pliability means it can both expand to meet a pull and contract to release it. Pulling your hair back stretches the strands and breaks the elasticity, which can lead to breakage and other issues. It’s best to use a ponytail holder or headband instead of pulling your hair back.
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