The most common type of hair loss—alopecia—affects a majority of men and a smaller percentage of women from age 35. In men, the typical hair loss can be seen by receding hairlines towards the back of the head. Subsequently large patches of hair loss may leave a horseshoe-shaped tuft of hair. This latter form of hair loss usually occurs for individuals with a issues in the liver, digestive system and pancreas.
In women, typical alopecia hair loss is seen in the thinning of hair all over the scalp, but more noticeably over the top of the head. Hair loss in children are not common, but a majority cases of alopecia in children will see restoration over time.
One of the other best ways to prevent hair loss is feeding it from the inside out. Eating poorly causes hair to drop excessively. Avoid eating excessive carbohydrates, carbonated drinks and processed foods. These all cause your blood to be acidic, causing mineral loss from your hair. Avoid unhealthy diet fads that make you lose weight too quickly. For, along with the unhealthy weight loss, you lose your precious hair.
Carrot contains the necessary carotene that help prevent hair loss.