It’s our crowning glory.
Hair can totally change how a person looks, from one style to another. It’s such an important part of our look that many people are so invested in maintaining great-looking hair - or losing it. (Just ask the hair and waxing salons!)
Ever seen an episode of America’s Next Top Model where the contestants go through a makeover? Hardly any season shows an episode without someone shedding a tear (or having an emotional breakdown) facing the shears.
Many of us want fuller, healthier, great looking stunning hair from the roots to the end. But not everyone is lucky to have it all natural.
The good news is that this article will give you the low down of everything you need to know about hair, what causes hair loss, and how you can grow luscious locks fast.
Except for the palms and soles, hair grows everywhere on our body. The thing is, some human hairs are extremely fine you can hardly see them.
According to WebMD: 
“Hair is made up of a protein called keratin that is produced in hair follicles in the outer layer of skin. As follicles produce new hair cells, old cells are being pushed out through the surface of the skin at the rate of about six inches a year… At any one time, about 90% of the hair on a person’s scalp is growing. The hair you can see is actually a string of dead keratin cells.”
Each hair follicle goes through a cycle that depends on how old a person is, if they have a certain medical condition, and many other factors. This cycle is comprised of three phases: 
On average, adults have about 100,000 to 150,000 hairs. They also lose around 10% of it in a day. So if you find a lot of hair in the bath, in your bed, or on your brush, don’t worry. It’s totally normal!
If it’s alarmingly more than 100 strands in a day though and you can actually see bald patches on your head, you may be going through hair loss or alopecia.
A clear sign that you need to consult a medical professional? When hair loss is starting to change your appearance!
But there’s more to this.
Some hair loss can be intense and you will know right away. But often, it happens so gradually that you don’t even notice!
Here are some of the symptoms that you should watch out for: 
How do you know if you’re prone to hair loss?
According to Mayo Clinic, here are some factors that can increase the likelihood of hair loss happening: 
While baldness, hair loss or thinning hair - however way you want to call it - is more common in men than women, everyone can experience it!  And there are various causes why hair falls out: [6, 7, 8, 9, 10]
I’ve got good news and bad news.
Not so good news is this: if your hair loss involves some scarring or severe damage to the hair and scalp, then it may be permanent. Getting your hair back may involve some form of treatment, like taking Minoxidil (only for women).
The good news is, in most cases, hair loss is temporary. All it takes is a little bit of patience; it will naturally grow back.
If you want it to grow it faster though, here are some things you can do:
Of course, you know what they say! Prevention is better than a cure.
Here are some tips to make sure you don’t go through hair loss at all: 
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Discomfort. Restlessness. Helplessness.
3 words that best describe 3 letters - UTI.
If you’ve every experienced Urinary Tract Infection, you’d know what I’m talking about. It could get really uncomfortable that many people try different means to prevent it.
The most popular remedy perhaps is - wait for it - the good old cranberry juice. Word on the street is that it’s great for preventing it. As to why?
It contains an ingredient that is found in beyond the trusty berry. And it can mean the world for those who suffer from UTI.
Finding yourself picking up a whole ball of hair from the sink? Spotting hair strands all over the floor? Or losing a lot of hair when you run your hands through it in the shower?
If you’re sitting there wondering “My hair is falling out - what do I do?” then you’re one of the many Americans who suffer from hair loss.
It can be frustrating and devastating to the self-esteem, and we totally feel you!
We've created this article to help you find out the vitamins that can get you your glorious hair back. We’ll also give you tips on finding the right hair growth supplement for you.
For those who need to stay awake or get an instant energy boost, caffeine has been the go-to stimulant.
Found in various sources like coffee, cocoa beans, tea plant, nectar and even in totally unexpected foods like ice cream and yogurt, caffeine is a natural substance that’s considered a “moderately effective alerting agent.” 
This means that caffeine promotes alertness and keeps you awake.
But it also does so much more than that!
Aside from helping you wake up and get out of sluggish zone, here are 7 ways caffeine affects your health and body: