Over time, while several hair products are being developed, it also becomes more common for people to encounter different hair growth problems. This fact can be seen in two views: either you see that hair products are growing in number in order to solve the growing number of hair growth problems too, or hair growth problems are growing in number as side effect of using different hair products.
Here are the most common hair growth problems:
Balding or receding hairline may be characterized with hair thinning as its first symptom. Although for men it is more hereditary in nature to lose their hair especially as they age, other factors are more relative to women with such problem. Stress, poor diet and nutrition, and age are the most usual causes of hair loss for women. Stress causes irregular blood circulation, thus also resulting to a distressed production and growth of hair. The hair, being naturally composed of protein, needs enough nutrients and minerals to be able to sustain its growth. Lack of these essential foods may naturally trigger a hair growth problem to be at hand. Finally, just like men, women have the tendency to lose hair over aging. However, men may experience balding earlier than women. It is natural for men to lose hair as early as twenty, while it is more common for women to start losing hair only at the age of fifty. Again, this is due to hormonal and genetic factors.
Unusual growth patterns in hairline.
One form of this is cowlick, an irregular growth pattern around the hairline and is most noticeable in the front hair. Causes for this are mostly hereditary and genetic. Hair follicles grow in two or more directions that result to opening or lifting of the hair.
Widows peak, another form of this problem, grows in the nape of the neck and primarily the same in cause with that of cowlick.
This is a hair growth problem that could cause problem to hair style. When you cut hair too short, the tendency is that your hair will stick up. On the brighter side, you can be able to part your hair on either side of your head when you have a double crown.