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Why Autumn Makes Your Hair Fall Out

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Spotted a few extra hairs on your hairbrush or when you're washing your locks?


Before you start worrying that you're going bald, consider the effect the time of year has on your barnet.




In a study published in the journal Dermatology, the scientists followed more than 800 healthy women over six years and found that they lost the most hair in the autumn months.


They tracked 800 women over six months and found autumn was the prime time for hair loss.


The Swedish researchers found that women had the highest proportion of resting hairs in July — with the telogen state in most of them ending around 100 days later, from October onwards.


The life cycle of a human hair is between two and six years, with 90% of hair in the growth stage while the remaining 10% is in the resting stage before it falls out.


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