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Hair can also be at risk in everyday work

In previous articles, we've touched on how important it is to keep your scalp properly ventilated. Many illnesses and unpleasant consequences can be prevented if our hair follicles and scalp cells have access to the right amount of oxygen. For example, it can prevent dandruff and everyone's nightmare: hair loss. However, many people work in environments where this is difficult to achieve, not least because of the mandatory dress code.

For those who work on construction sites, in factories or other dangerous places, it is clear why they need protective equipment, closed clothing or a protective cap on their head at all times. They can help prevent minor accidents or mitigate more serious ones. However, with clothing that is permanently closed off from the air, the scalp becomes congested and cannot breathe. Many workers get so caught up in their daily routines that they don't even think about what they are doing to their hair.

For those who know themselves, taking a few minutes out of their protective gear and combing through their hair during breaks can be a solution. By moving the stubborn hairs around, you can refresh your scalp and your hair follicles will thank you for it.

Another dangerous environment for hair is working with a lot of dust and dirt. In this case, dirt stuck to the hair blocks the way to oxygen. In addition, tiny foreign substances can irritate the scalp, causing itching. Excessive scraping of the scalp is also not good for the hair follicles, and can cause small wounds that can become inflamed from the dust.

People working in such environments are advised to always wash their hair after work. Of course, only use gentle and gentle shampoos designed for frequent hair washing! Excessive scalp chemicals is
no solution either.

Of course, these are only small tricks, but unfortunately, hereditary baldness cannot be prevented in this way. If you still have bald patches despite all these practices, you should consult a specialist! Hair transplantation is the only permanent solution in such cases.