Hair loss

Facts about Hair Loss

The production of hair is not continuous one, but instead occurs in cycles. The growth phase is known as Anagen, followed by the transitional, regressive phase Catagen, and then the resting phase of Telogen. During the relatively long Anagen phase, which lasts for 1,000 days or 2-5 years, the matrix cells divide, become keratinized, and hair is produced.…