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Biotin is a doctor’s recommended vitamin used for treating hair loss. Biotin, B-vitamin is found in rich foods like soy, milk, egg yolks and liver.  It is a natural nutritional supplement that helps restore hair loss and keep skin and nails looking healthy.  To keep hair loss from developing researcher, Andrew Lessman suggests 2mg of biotin per day.  The purpose of the B-vitamin is to maintain metabolism. Biotin is especially intended for people high in cholesterol.  Although Biotin is good for healthy and strong hair, some medical specialists recommend using other B-vitamins with Biotin. Other B-vitamins includes; choline, frolic acid, vitaminB-1, vitaminB-2, vitaminB6, and vitamin B-12. Read more on The Effects of Biotin in Hair Loss…

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Hair Loss – It’s Not Just Genetic
ByLee Dobbins

What’s a king without a crown? If a king is stripped of his crown, then his true symbol for authority is lost. The crown of man is his hair, and hair loss is one reality that millions of men (and women) out there are dealing with today. Balding is a natural process that is carried out by our bodies as we grow older. The rate of hair loss, however, differs for each individual. Some people still have a decent amount of hair in their old age, some people start losing it in early adulthood.

Actually, if one would be open-minded about it, there’s nothing really wrong with being bald. Admiration should be given to those people who don’t let the world dictate their personalities. Fear and stress are created when balding people try to cover up their thinning hairlines and scalps. Being confident about one’s appearance is a key towards real happiness, and losing hair is one thing that people need to face or accept. Look at Michael Jordan, he’s bald, but nobody ever makes fun of his baldness. I can still remember the late 80s when he didn’t shave his thinning hair. People would notice it at first, but when the game begins, everyone adored him and couldn’t care less about his hair. Read more on Hair Loss – It’s Not Just Genetic…

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What is thyroid disease? A thyroid is a butterfly shaped gland located in the lower part of the neck. The gland produces hormones that are released by thyroids called Triodothyronine, (t3), and thyroxin, (t4).There are two kinds of thyroid disease associated with hair loss, Hyperthyroidism, and hypothyroidism. Both hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism are mostly found in women.

Hyperthyroidism is a condition that overly produces thyroid hormone by an enlarged thyroid gland, which diffuses hair loss. The most common cause of hyperthyroidism is called Graves’ disease, an autoimmune condition resulting in over producing thyroid hormone by an enlarged gland. Women between their twenties and thirties are mostly infected with hyperthyroidism. Read more on Thyroid Association with Hair Loss…

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There are many causes of hair loss. Some are due to high fever, serious infections, major surgery, and in some cases emotional and physical stress causes hair loss. Other causes of hair loss include thyroid disease, lack of protein in dirt, low iron, and prescriptive drugs given for blood thymes, acne arthritis, and heart disease. Hair loss can also occur in women who take contraceptives; as well as, after giving birth. Possible causes of hair loss comes from family genes and hormonal patterns.The developing of bald patches on the beard or on the scalp also causes hair loss. Men and women who often visit barber shops and beauty salons can contact ringworms, which also causes hair loss. In some cases adolescence experience hair loss from an illness or not eating properly. Read more on Hair Loss Development…

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