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Thyroid Disease and Hair Loss

By |2019-09-20T15:16:29-05:00September 20th, 2019|Hair Loss|Comments Off on Thyroid Disease and Hair Loss

Thyroid Disease and Hair Loss. Your thyroid controls a lot with your body. It’s main job is to regulate the hormone production in your system. If you are experiencing hair loss it might be because of your thyroid. If you have hair loss and suspect your thyroid as the culprit then you should talk to your doctor about options. Could Your Thyroid Be the Problem? There are many reasons for someone to develop hair loss. For many it may be hereditary while others it may be diet, stress or day to day lifestyle demands are the blame. Then there are those with thyroid issues. This small gland that is located at the base of your neck just above the color bone could be a big factor. If your doctor has ever mentioned to you that your hormones are not balanced, it is generally caused by a thyroid disease and one of the common symptoms is hair loss. There are some important things for you to know if you suffer from hair loss due to thyroid disease. The hair loss doesn’t have to be permanent. You may be able to improve your hormone levels and your thyroid function significantly. If this is done you may see your hair begin to grow back. So, how do you know if your thyroid is behind your hair loss? First, Consider What Thyroid Disease Is There are two types of thyroid disease. One is called hypothyroidism, and this occurs when the gland is overactive. While the other is called hyperthyroidism, [...]

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Are You Going to Lose Your Hair?

By |2019-09-09T13:15:08-05:00September 9th, 2019|Hair Loss, Hair Restoration|Comments Off on Are You Going to Lose Your Hair?

Are You Prone to Hair Loss? If you are beginning to get worried about the strands of hair you are finding on your hairbrush or in the shower drain, you are not alone. Everyone worries about losing their hair at some point. As we age it is natural for our hair to naturally thin. Not everyone will lose hair the same, as some people may lose more than others simply because of their genetics. When it comes to hair loss there are varying causes. It's possible for a person to be genetically predisposed to hair loss and also caused by something else. Here are some things that can make you more prone to hair loss: Diseases especially those of the thyroid. A prolonged thyroid imbalance can cause hair to thin all over the scalp. It can also cause hair loss on the arms and legs. Men and women that suffer from hypothyroidism can experience hair loss of this type. Trauma. If a person goes through an event that is very traumatic to them as a death in the family, a medial injury it is believed that the body diverts its efforts elsewhere while a person heals. Telogen effluvium is the term that is used to describe the medical trauma, shock or severe stress. The stress caused by the ordeal causes the hair follicles to go into a resting phase. Because of this the hair loss than can occur will happen in just a few months after the trauma. The hair loss is not permanent and [...]