Hair health issues

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Health problems

1. anemia

Iron deficiency can cause anemia, red blood cells are reduced, and the amount of blood oxygen in the scalp is also reduced. The hair follicles are in a “hungry” state, which eventually causes the hair to slowly fall off, and the scalp appears increasingly.

It is recommended to drink fruit juice and eat iron-rich foods to restore hair growth.

2. Eating disorders

Reducing food intake will reduce blood flow to the scalp, which will affect the normal growth of hair. In severe cases, it will cause the hair to lose luster or even fall off.

Experts say that hair loss is rarely permanent, but maintaining a balanced diet and eating more protein are critical to preventing hair loss.

3. Polycystic ovary syndrome

Polycystic ovary syndrome in women is caused by excessive androgen, and the patient will have hair thinning symptoms on the forehead and top of the head. This condition mostly occurs in patients with a family history of hair loss.

Drugs that reduce androgen and scalp massage that promote blood flow both help the patient’s hair grow back.

4. Thyroid disease

The first symptom of thyroid dysfunction is hair loss. Too much or too little thyroid hormone will affect the metabolism and normal hair growth. Since all hair follicles are affected, hair loss is not a local phenomenon.

Experts said that drugs and other treatments can help alleviate the condition. In order to restore hair to its original condition, it is best to consume more protein and do a head massage every morning.

5. Stress syndrome

Stress will cause Huafa to be born early. When the pressure is high, the body releases a variety of hormones that will affect the absorption of B vitamins and affect hair pigmentation. Stress syndrome can cause baldness and the body’s immune system to mistakenly attack scalp cells, causing large hair loss. Both mental relaxation and taking vitamin B complex can improve the problem of premature gray hair.

Expert advice: Try to sleep no less than 6 hours a day, and develop the habit of regular sleep. Pay attention to diet and nutrition, often eat foods rich in protein and trace elements, eat more vegetables and fruits, and eat less greasy and sugary foods.




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