A haircut and styling program could help you look younger, healthier and happier, according to a study that found that a haircut can cut your risk of developing hair loss.
Researchers at the University of Washington School of Medicine found that people who received a haircut and had it done at home were less likely to suffer from hair loss and more likely to maintain good hair quality.
Hair loss is a major cause of hair loss, which can lead to conditions such as brittle or brittle scalp, frizzy hair and hair loss or thinning hair, according the study.
“We know that it’s very important to maintain hair length,” Dr. Jennifer A. Lacey, lead author of the study and a dermatologist at the UW School of Dermatology, told ABC News.
“But we didn’t know whether the haircuts that people were getting were being used in a way that was safe and effective.
And so, what we wanted to do is to see if it would be possible to modify the hair regrowth process to alter how people respond to the haircut.”
For the study, researchers evaluated more than 1,000 men and women from the community over the course of three years.
They found that those who received the haircut, performed the cut in the salon and had the stylist perform the haircut at home had lower rates of hair shedding than those who did not have the haircut and who did have the stylists haircut and did not take care of their hair.
“There was a clear and measurable benefit to having a haircut,” Dr Lacey said.
The study was published in the journal PLOS ONE.
The study was funded by the National Institutes of Health, the US Department of Agriculture, the American Cancer Society and the American Society of Hairdressers.
Dr Lacey and her team analyzed data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey from 2010 to 2012 and found that the average length of the hair in the men and the women who received one haircut per month was 2.5 inches longer than the average.
In the women, that average length was 2 inches longer.
The average length for the men who received haircuts at home was 3 inches longer, with the average for the women 3.4 inches longer on average.
The researchers found that among those who had one haircut, the average number of hairs lost was 2 percent, and among those that did not, it was 8 percent.
The researchers also found that while those who shaved less than the median were less prone to hair loss than those with more than a 1-inch haircut, they had the lowest rates of overall hair loss after a haircut.
Dr. Lacy said that the study also showed that those that had two haircuts per month were less at risk for developing hair losses, and that the results may help inform a more comprehensive program for people.
Dr A. Michael Johnson, an associate professor of dermatology at the American Academy of Dermpisology, a nationally recognized organization that promotes the care of patients with skin diseases and conditions, said that one of the primary concerns is that the people who have hair loss may not understand the importance of having good hair in order to maintain a healthy appearance.
“I think that the best thing we can do for our patients is to get a haircut at least once a year,” Dr Johnson said.
“If you don’t do that, then the chances are that you will lose hair.
It’s not a good thing to lose hair if you’re trying to look young and healthy.”
Dr. Johnson also said that people should be wary of their own hair.
He said that if you have any hair that’s not working well, or if you haven’t trimmed it well enough, it could be something that is contributing to your overall hair care.
“If you have really good hair, you can have it look great.
But if you don and you get this haircut, that’s going to cause you to lose your hair,” Dr Joseph S. Brown, the chief of the department of dermatologic surgery at the Icahn School of Ophthalmology, said.
Dr Brown said that hair is a natural part of the body.
“It’s just a part of your body.
It doesn’t necessarily have to be a problem.
I think it’s the responsibility of the doctor and the surgeon to try and get the patient the most effective treatment they can, and the best treatment is the best care.”
Dr Brown added that while he is not a medical doctor, he does believe that having a hair removal procedure should be part of any doctor’s office visit.
“You need to look for a treatment that is going to be beneficial to you,” he said.