Disruption of the thyroid gland. If the thyroid function is reduced i.e. impaired, comes to occasional hair loss. The treatment for this problem is hormonal.
Stress. In any stressful situation, the adrenal glands works with a faster pace and produces a greater amount of testosterone and nor-epinephrine. Because of these stressful situations, it may come to hair loss, but it does not happen immediately. It may occur after 5-6 months.
Pregnancy. The female body during pregnancy, especially in the ninth month of pregnancy, produces more estrogen and the hair looks great. But when the hormone levels normalize, it leads to hair loss. To prevent this, you need to consume foods that contains iron, magnesium, calcium and vitamin B6.
Treatment of hair. Excessive usage of different hair treatments and hair chemicals, permanently damage the hair, which occasionally results with hair loss. So be careful with the treatments and products that you use for your hair.
Weight loss. Abrupt weight loss evokes hair loss because the whole organism feels the change.
Menopause. During menopause the female hormone is produced less, meaning that male hormones in the female body prevail. This is normal. Caused by emotional stress, fatigue and hormonal imbalances.
In the same way, hair loss depends on the food you enter into your body. Hair often decreases during exposure to high temperatures and a variety of diseases.
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