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How do I know if I have hair loss?

 Haarausfall erkennen

A guide to self-diagnosis

Hair loss affects many people worldwide and can be caused by a variety of factors. But how do you distinguish normal hair loss from actual hair loss? Here are some tips and tricks to find out:

What is normal hair loss? It's completely normal to lose hair every day. In fact, each person loses an average of 50 to 100 hairs per day. This hair loss is part of the natural hair cycle and is not a cause for concern.

Tricks to check your hair loss

  1. Envelope method: Collect all the hair you lose throughout the day in an envelope. At the end of the day, you can count hairs to determine if your hair loss is within the normal range.
  2. Brush test: Brush your hair over a light towel or over the sink. If you lose more than 100 hairs, it could indicate a problem.

Symptoms of excessive hair loss If you notice that you are regularly losing significantly more than 100 hairs per day, or if you notice bald spots, a receding hairline, or other signs of hair loss, you should see a specialist.

What to do if you suspect hair loss?

  • AI analysis at KÖ-HAIR: Our modern AI-supported analysis can determine exactly whether and to what extent hair loss is occurring.
  • arrange an appointment for consultation: If you are unsure or have any questions, you can always arrange a free consultation with us to have your concerns clarified by an expert.

Conclusion While it's normal to lose hair on a daily basis, it's important to watch out for signs of excessive hair loss. The tricks above will help you determine whether your hair loss is within the normal range or whether it is time to see a specialist.