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 Hair is a living part of the body that relies on blood circulation, nutrients, and oxygen to grow. When hair is deprived of these three things, it may stop growing or fall out. Hair loss can be caused by an underlying medical condition such as iron deficiency or autoimmune disease. However, sometimes there isn’t an underlying medical cause for your hair loss. In these cases, environmental factors play a large role in hair loss.

Here are some ways you can improve your air quality to help with your hair loss:

How air quality affects your hair

One of the most common causes of hair loss is the environment. One way in which the environment can affect your hair is through dirty air, or air pollution. Polluted air can contain toxins and chemicals that may dry out your scalp and make it impossible for hair to grow.

Additionally, if you have allergies, you should consider getting allergy testing to see what triggers your allergies. If you have an allergy such as pollen or animal dander, dirty air could worsen your symptoms because it will trigger your allergy more than usual.

If you are using a new product in your home, like a pet cleaner or carpet cleaner, these products may cause an allergic reaction and lead to hair falling out. Also, many household cleaners contain harsh chemicals that can dry out your scalp and lead to hair loss.

It’s important to use natural products at home that are free from harsh chemicals. This will help protect the health of both you and your family while also protecting the quality of life for those who visit your home – including pets!

What you can do to improve your air quality

There are many ways to improve your air quality. One way is by living in a fully sealed house. This ensures that the air inside your house is as fresh as possible. It also means you won’t have polluted air coming in from outside during bad weather.

Another way to improve your air quality is by not smoking. Smoking exposes you and those around you to toxins and can cause hair loss, too! Smoke damages hair follicles, making it harder for them to produce healthy hair.

Additionally, make sure you’re not spending too much time near hazardous materials like paint, pesticides, or gas fumes. These products release gases that can be toxic to the body and may lead to hair loss over time.

An easy way to avoid these harmful substances is by investing in newer carpeting and wearing a mask when you must spend time around them. These steps will help keep harmful chemicals away from your body and help with the health of your hair!

You can also introduce an Air Purifier to your home, air purifiers clean the air inside a room whilst destroying harmful pollutants that affect our health. Air For Life’s Mini Sanifier® II is not your average air purifier, in fact, it cleans the air using the two unique technologies developed by our scientists known as the AFLPCO® and AFL PLASMA®. Both technologies work together by releasing negative ions that destroy pollutants that are in the air which would otherwise be inhaled into our lungs. It also provides continuous clean air to your home, which benefits our health in the long run.

Air pollution can cause hair loss, but you don’t have to live with it.

Air pollution isn’t just a problem for your lungs—it’s also bad for your hair. The air quality in most major cities falls far below the level that experts consider healthy to protect your hair from the damage caused by smog and ozone.

When you’re exposed to high levels of pollution, your body produces more cortisol, which can cause hair loss. Exposure to high levels of air pollution has also been linked to premature aging and wrinkles.

Fortunately, you don’t have to live with this problem. To summarise, here are some tips that could reduce your exposure to air pollution for beautiful, healthy hair:

  1. Stay indoors as much as possible when the air quality is bad
  2. If you have to go outside, wear a mask
  3. Make sure your car has an air purifier or an air filter installed
  4. Use an air purifier at home
  5. Try not to vacuum or dust indoors when the air quality is bad
  6. Don’t use chemical products on your hair
  7. Change your hair care routine if you live in a polluted city

To find out more on how Air For Life’s air purifiers can help you, send us a message on our contact us, or email us on info@airforlife.co.uk and a member of our team will be happy to assist.


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