Inflammation to the scalp and the hair follicles being Folexin so active can definitely cause itching. (And there are some people who get some pretty heavy inflammation on their scalp as the result of all of the shedding that is hitting the hair follicles all at once.) Usually, though, this happens after the shedding begins. It is not the cause of the shedding. I'm not a doctor, but my research has shown that there are some inflammatory conditions of the scalp that can cause hair loss, but they're relatively rare and they typically feel much more painful than typical itching.
I actually found that dandruff shampoo helped my shedding somewhat. I think that it was because of the anti-inflammatory properties. I compared dandruff shampoo with baby shampoo, regular shampoo, and shampoo that supposedly was specifically for hair loss. For me, the dandruff shampoo worked the best, although it just helped a little. It did not solve the issue.
Again, I think that it was just tackling the inflammation that was caused by all of my shedding. I don't think that it was treating my hair loss, as once the TE cycle starts, you just need to keep your scalp healthy, address inflammation, and wait for your hair cycles to reset.I should mention that there is another hair loss condition called androgenetic alopecia (AGA) that is caused by reactions to androgens. Sometimes, you do see dandruff with this condition also, especially when there is excess sebum. So that is also a consideration.strand some may inspect it or even swallow it. The symptoms usually are:-