There are a number of factors that influence how quickly your hair grows. One of the biggest factors is genetics. Some families who have genetics that cause hair to grow quickly and some with genetics that cause hair to grow slowly. But this isn’t the only factor that goes into hair growth.
As a person gets older, he or she will often notice that their hair will grow slower than it used to. Additionally, internal factors like stress can play a role in how quickly your hair grows, and there are certain environmental conditions that can alter hair growth as well. For example, the different seasons can play a part in the rate of hair growth.
In the summertime, you might notice that your hair grows more quickly than it does at other times of the year. This is because there are hormones that are usually released in your body that will make your hair grow more quickly. Most people won’t even notice it, but if your hair seems to grow quicker in the summer than it does in the winter, you aren’t imagining things.
That being said, the spring and summer seasons can also affect your hair in other ways. During the warmer months, most people experience increased hair shedding. So while your hair will grow quicker during this time, it will shed, and that shedding could potentially affect how quickly your hair grows. The shedding seems to be closely tied to the increased levels of sunlight, and some evidence suggests that staying out of the sun could help to cut down on the shedding people experience.
Are you concerned about hair loss? NM Hair Replacement Studio would love to speak with you about some of the solutions we have for men and women who are going through it. Call us at 718-267-2516 today, and we will offer you a free consultation and talk to you more about your hair.