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Does using shampoo everyday cause badlness (alopecia)? I am losing hair but no one in my family (both sides) is bald..

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    There is no scientific evidence that shampooing everyday causes hair loss. Have you had your thyroid checked? 
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    Shampoos are made up with chemicals.  They will  definitely cause hair loss. It can also be due to atmosphere and environmental changes.
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    Yes, this is true. Using any kind of shampoo causes hair loss and baldness. 
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    Shampoo is not the main problem if you are thinking about shampoo so you should check it PH value.
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    The Shampoo is not the cause for the hair loss problems. There are so many other factors which are responsible for the hair loss. The Thyroid, Pollution, Anxiety and Junk foods are the main cause behind the hair loss problems.
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    Many problems arise from our day to day activities because we really don't know what is right and what is wrong? However, some are saying using shampoo is right and some do not agree with it. 

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    Yes, Shampoo is made up of chemicals with high PH volume will causes the hair fall. But not surely, shampoo is not only the main cause behind the hair fall. There are so many another reason behind the hair fall such environmental changes, hormonal disorder and improper health diet.
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