Now, hair loss is no longer a problem for middle-aged people, and many post-90s are also facing the crisis of hair loss. Worst of all, hair loss is accompanied by receding hairline and partial baldness. Not only does it make you look ugly, it also makes you look 10 years older than your peers! What is the cause of dandruff? Dandruff is generally caused by fungi.
If you have excessive dandruff, you should avoid fried, greasy, spicy, alcohol and caffeine foods, and avoid eating too sweet foods. Because hair is alkaline and desserts are acidic, it will affect the acid-base balance in the body and accelerate the production of scalp. Do not pour shampoo directly on your head.
If necessary, oral medicines can be added for adjuvant treatment, such as vitamin B6 and thyroxine tablets. It is also effective to use the traditional Chinese medicine chrysanthemum and peach leaf to decoct appropriate amount of decoction to wash your hair. Suggestions: Fungi are contagious to a certain extent, so do a good job of daily hygiene between individuals and family members, and use daily necessities such as towels, pillow covers, and combs separately.
Who are prone to dandruff? Why do some people have dandruff while others have dandruff? People with a lot of dandruff may wish to compare it to see if they have been hit by the following tricks? 1. Low immunity The decline of human immune function may make your scalp more susceptible to fungal infection, resulting in more dandruff. 2. Excessive use of high-temperature hair dryers. Under normal circumstances, dry your hair naturally after washing, or use a hair dryer to blow the hair until it is 80% dry and then dry it naturally. The temperature of the hair dryer should not be too high, nor can it be blown for too long, otherwise the scalp will be too dry and dandruff will easily form.
3. Hair exposed to the sun You may only know that sun exposure can tan our skin, but they don't know that exposure to the sun can also damage our scalp, resulting in a lot of dandruff. 4. Apply shampoo directly to the scalp Applying shampoo directly to the scalp can easily irritate the scalp and may aggravate the formation of dandruff. Some people are allergic to a certain ingredient in the shampoo and can easily cause dermatitis.
The correct way is to pour the shampoo on your hands, rub the rich foam in the palm of your hand first, and then apply it on your hair. 5. Shampoo and conditioner are not thoroughly cleaned. Residual shampoo and conditioner may stimulate the sebaceous glands to secrete excessive oil, which is harmful to the health of the scalp. Some hair conditioners can also contribute to the growth of dandruff, because the conditioner remains, and the local humid environment is conducive to the proliferation of Malassezia, and even leads to folliculitis.