Ever thought much about your hair and what it says about your health? If you notice changes in your hair discuss with your doctor and let him sort it out.
Changes in look, texture and thickness can be showing health conditions. Sudden changes, such as a lot of hair loss, are likely treatable, rather than the gradual changes, like thinning.
Gray hair and stress run hand in hand. Stress turns hair gray, for some, but not for others. When it grays a lot depends on your genes.
Dry, thinning hair change can change the look of your hair and cause other symptoms like tiredness, cold intolerance, joint pain, muscle pain, a puffy face and weight gain - your doctor may check for thyroid problems.
If you notice a lot of hair loss on your hairbrush it may be due to low iron. You may want to include more iron rich foods in your diet. Protein is essential and if you don't get enough, you may also notice thinning.
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