Hair growth is a complex process that involves the hair follicles, which are tiny structures located in the skin.
The hair cycle consists of three phases: anagen (growth phase), catagen (transition phase), and telogen (resting phase).
The length of the anagen phase determines the length of the hair, while the duration of the telogen phase determines the amount of hair shed.
Factors that affect hair growth include genetics, age, hormones, nutrition, and stress.
Hair loss can occur due to various reasons, such as genetics, hormonal imbalances, medical conditions, and certain medications.
Maintaining a healthy diet, reducing stress, and using proper hair care techniques can promote hair growth and prevent hair loss.