Sometimes I hear from people who notice that their shedding of telogen effluvium improves after getting a haircut. Often, they are quite encouraged by this and are wondering whether more cuts would help the situation even more. I heard from a woman who said: “I have been shedding for four and a half months. I had put off getting my hair cut because every time I touch my hair, too. So you don’t want to be embarrassed by tons of hair coming out in the hands of the designer. However, my hair got so shaggy that I couldn’t put it off any longer. Amazingly, when I cut my hair, I had almost zero shedding for the next three days and this was just for a trim. So I wonder what would happen if I had a real cut and took away some length. This type of drastic haircut would stop my telogen effluvium? ”
I can only tell you my opinion on this, I’ve seen several times proved correct. It is very common for hair loss get better after color and cut my hair. Why? Because when we’re pouring so bad, we can develop a habit of closely managing our hair. We learn to wash particularly gently and take special care when you brush or groom. However, our stylist doesn’t take this kind of care. So, it’s likely that a lot of hair comes out when she’s cutting and styling. (And I usually don’t see this because we do not have eyes in the backs of our heads).
Due to all the hair loss to our appointment, we have a truce over the next few days. Sometimes, this lasts for a week or so. But generally, no matter how brief we cut hair, shedding resumes (unless the telogen effluvium solves internally, that is possible.) The reason for this is that, other than the hair cut, did not make any changes that would affect your shedding. And cut her hair only affects outward. Telogen effluvium generally just stops when it has finished its cycle. This means that once you start to spread, the hair cycle goes from growth of shedding. And similarly, the shedding stops once the cycle goes back to grow again. This happens internally. And nothing do externally affects this process. Hair cut can certainly help your hair and look like I said you can take a break from bloodshed. But, unless you get only coincidentally cut hair on the day that your shedding solved itself and went back into the line growing, you are not likely to see him stop just because you have a haircut.
With all of that said, the woman in the previous scenario had been shedding for four and a half months. Telogen effluvium is said to resolve after three months. Therefore, it is possible that she had another type of hair loss happening. So while cutting hair you could provide with some relief, it was probably to stop shedding until she resumed her normal hair cycles or until he found out why she was losing her hair. But there is nothing wrong with cutting your hair if you think it will be better. Frankly, shorter hair can be easier to deal with when they are doing because it takes less space on your clothing and furniture.