Hair Loss And Diabetes Are Often Related

People who are affected by diabetes often experience hair loss. Is there anything that can be done to prevent it?

General Hair Loss Information

Aging causes hormonal changes, which decreases the amount of hair follicles you have. This process happens in each human. However, how fast, and
how much depends on genetics, health, and other personal situations. There are ways to lower hair loss, and hair implants can bring back part of
your hair.

A complete cure has not been found. But because of medical advances in research a cure could be possible in the future. Normal
hair loss due to age is not seen as decease however. Diabetes is also linked with hair loss. We suggest checking out our main page.

What are common causes of hair loss?

A common cause of hair loss is called androgenetic alopecia. Also known as Male Pattern Baldness and also Female Pattern Baldness, about 13% of
American males experience this effect by age 25. Why Male Pattern Baldness occurs is not certain. Genetics have a lot to do with it, that is a certainty.
The hormone Androgen is a big player in hair loss. Simply put : the more Androgen you have, the faster you'll lose hair.

The female equivalent affects about 21 million females in the US alone. Again, genetics plays a major role in it's development. It can start as early as puberty, but most women see the first effects after the menopause. One difference with men is that the hair thins more than it falls out. The top of the head is usually the most affected.





In all humans, hair loss can be caused by stress. Whether you are worrying about money, health or relationships - it affects your hair. And not just your hair. Stress can be the cause of a multitude of physical and mental problems.

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Causes Of Hair Loss

Hair loss is often associated with diabetes. This article gives a general overview of hair loss. What causes it? Are there cures?

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Diabetes And Obesity

Let's face it, we are in the middle of an obesity crisis. And it's not just the most advanced nations that are affected.

Hair Loss In Men

More and more men visit clinics to get hair transplants done. There has been a clear and definite increase in surgical operations taking place to combat hair loss. Drugs are also offering options to increase hair growth once more. Rogaine is a drug that you rub on your head. Propecia is a pill that you take once a day. Medication does indeed offer a solution to many men who are experiencing extreme thinning of their hair. It stimulates hair growth and can make your hair more full. As with
all medication and operations, it doesn't work for everyone. But the future is looking brighter.

With regards to the drugs, the golden rule is that the sooner you start the more chance you have of holding your hair. Obviously, there must be a clear thinning of hair / hair loss before you start using medication. Also speak to your doctor about possible allergies for any of the ingredients in those 2 products. There are more anti - hair loss products out there, make sure you verify they are safe and get the required advice from your medical professional.




Hair follicles are sensitive and respond very quickly to health imbalances. Keeping your body healthy will help a lot in preventing at least age- related hair loss. Protein malnutrition causes your body to only grow hair while resting. You will notice that hair regeneration goes a lot slower than usual. So a healthy intake of protein is very important to your hair. Today's hair products contain aggressive ingredients that some people get allergic reactions from, damaging the hair. If you have a sensitive skin, especially on your head, then natural products will prevent damage done due to chemical components.

 

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