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Laser Helmet and Hair Loss

Laser Helmet and Hair Loss

Most hair loss, whether it is rapid or slow, is not associated with any particular disease. Most people who start losing their hair are in good health and don’t have to worry about anything. Except for their hair loss, of course.

Hair loss is caused by a number of reasons, but most of them don’t affect your general health. In most cases, rapid hair loss might be quite alarming, but it does not indicate a major illness or disease.

Hair loss is usually a slow process that happens over the course of several years. To battle this condition, order a laser helmet from SuperGro Lasers.

If you are losing hair at a rapid pace, it doesn’t hurt to see your doctor just in case something is not right. Rapid hair loss can be associated with an underlying medical issue that might require urgent attention.

Iron Deficiency

Iron deficiency is associated with anemia and sometimes hair loss. If you are feeling weak and suffering pale skin and losing a lot of hair rather quickly, you could be suffering from iron deficiency.

This can happen due to an improper diet, but more likely it is because of blood loss or failure to properly absorb the mineral.

Nutrition

Hair loss, both gradually and rapidly, is not usually caused by a poor diet, but it can happen. Your hair needs a well-balanced proper diet just like the rest of your body.

Vitamin B deficiency is rare in the United States, but can cause hair loss should it occur.

Autoimmune-Related hair Loss

An overactive immune system can trigger alopecia areata. This is when the body gets confused and sees hair as foreign material and attacks it.

The condition is somewhat unpredictable as you will lose hair in patches, but when corrected it will all grow back.

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

This is a pretty common condition in which multiple cysts develop in the ovaries. When this happens, eggs aren’t released on a regular basis and hormonal imbalance occurs.
The changes in the body trigger all sorts of problems including acne, hair loss and weight gain. Once treated, hair will grow back.

Lupus

Lupus is a long-term autoimmune disease that causes a myriad of symptoms that includes hair loss.

Trichotillomania

Not much is known about what causes this condition, but it leads to an irresistible urge to pull out your hair.

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