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Diabetes Increases The Risk for Hair Loss

 

Hair Loss is more than just an aesthetic issue. The recent scientific studies revealed that there are some underlying health conditions that trigger hair loss in both men and women such as diabetes, heart diseases and hormonal imbalances.

How Diabetes Triggers Hair Loss

People who suffer from diabetes are at higher risk of suffering from hair loss. There are various reasons why diabetes increases the risk for hair loss:

1. High Blood Sugar Levels trigger inflammation. Many studies showed that chronic inflammation is closely linked to diabetes. Chronic inflammation is an autoimmune condition, the same type of condition that triggers alopecia areata. People who suffer from type 1 diabetes are at higher risk of suffering from alopecia areata, a hair loss condition characterised by smooth bald patches on the scalp.

2. Prolonged High Blood Sugar Levels damage various tissues in the body including those of blood vessels that reduce the blood flow to hair follicles. Therefore, diabetes causes the thinning of the hair on the scalp.

3. Diabetes often increases the stress levels both physically and mentally that can cause hormonal imbalances, one of the major factors in hair loss.

 

How to Reduce Diabetic Hair Loss

When it is diagnosed at an early stage, diabetes can be treated easily. Living with diabetes is all about being discipline with taking the medication and maintaining a healthy lifestyle including diet. In fact, for some people, having been diagnosed with diabetes was the turning point in their life to be healthier and happier.

If you suffer from thinning hair or hair loss, use hair loss products that have been specially developed to increase blood flow to hair follicles. As a scientist who used to suffer from hereditary hair loss, I formulated Hair Growth Serum and Scalp Stimulator to deal with my own hair loss condition. I have been using these two products to strengthen and visibly improve my hair condition.

Scalp Stimulator has been formulated with Menthol, Cannabis Sativa, Rosemary, Thyme and Cedarwood essential oils to balance the scalp and improve blood flow to hair follicles. I gently massage the affected area of my scalp with Scalp Stimulator everyday, 30 minutes to one hour before I wash my hair with a shampoo.

In the morning and at night, I apply Hair Growth Serum to the crown and front scalp to boost hair growth. Formulated with Caffeine, Niacinamide, Panthenol and Salicylic Acid; Hair Growth Serum increases hair density and prolongs the growth phase of hair.

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Henry Tianus is a multi-award-winning Anti-Ageing Scientist based in London, UK. Henry Tianus has been listed as The Recognised Institute Practitioner at The Institute of Traditional Herbal Medicine and Aromatherapy (ITHMA), London (UK) since 2005. Henry Tianus's articles have been read by people in more than 100 countries with US, UK amd Canada at the top of the list. Join Henry Tianus eNewsletter to receive the latest health and wellbeing tips. 

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Scientific Sources: Hair Follicle Characteristics as Early Marker of Type 2 Diabetes, Medical Hypotheses, 2016 Oct, 95: 39–44; Simultaneous Development of Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus and Alopecia Areata Universalis, The American Journal of The Medical Sciences, 1991 Apr, 301(4): 269-71.


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