Does any one use Anastim Product for hair loss? Satisfy? Any review or comment ?
laaur Asked: Does any one use Anastim Product for hair loss? Satisfy? Any review or comment ?
stress is a very common cause.
if you are, may want to get some help.
An allergic reaction to your shampoo maybe? You should consult your physician about this they have people who specialize in hair restoration. What ever you do don't buy the miracle hair growth crap….. waste of money, time and sometimes it just ends up being a bottle of spiders. I ******* hate spiders…………..
u could be stressed? go to a doctor if it persists, sometimes even though ur eating right ur body wont process everything correctly.
Hmm looks like you're going through the same thing I used to have: Iron deficiency. Talk to your doctor and ask them about having a blood test for iron levels. If they are low then iron tablets once a fortnight (or once a month, depending how low they are) prescribed from your doctor are a great way to go. I took them and my hair barely ever falls out now, even when I brush or comb, and my energy levels have increased a fair bit too Hope this helps x
It's important to understand that dieting doesn't mean you should be malnurished. Your body (including your hair) needs vitamins and minerals to keep going. If you deprive your body of those vitamins and minerals your body will start depleting.
There are certain vitamins that help promote the growth of hair in the body. Changing to a healthier diet is vital not only for hair growth but also for the general well being of your body.
Some of the most important include:
- Essential Fatty Acids
- The B Vitamins
But vitamins and diet are only one part of it, you should also consider adding excercise and hair loss products into your hair growth solution.
There's more detail regarding the vitamins and the hair growth stategy in the source link below:
There are many factors that cause hair loss. Some of the main ones are listed:
In many cases, the most common cause of hair loss is related to genetics. Hair loss can be inherited from both your mother and your father.
Some drugs used to treat even common diseases can contribute to hair loss. The drug-induced hair loss there are: gout drugs, arthritis, anti cancer drugs, anti-thyroid drugs, antidepressants, Epilepsy drugs, cholesterol-lowering drugs, hypertension drugs, and many more. It is importat to ask your doctor before you use medicines.
3. Poor nutrition
A diet that lacks protein, iron, zinc, copper, selenium or other nutrients may contribute to experience hair loss. Getting the right nutritional can help your hair grow.
Certain illnesses, infections, and diseases can contribute to hair loss. Among the diseasethat are known to cause hair loss likeanemia, ringworm, seborrheic, syphilis, diabetes lupus, thyroid and cancer.
5. Lack of your hair care
Those who have a habit topull hair too tightly or twist their hairs often leaving bald patches.
Chemicals used for dying, tinting, bleaching, straightening or permanent waves also can damage to the hair structure and lead to hair loss..
For Some People stress can cause hair loss. Learn ways to reduce stress before they affect hair growth.
6. Hormonal changes
Hormonal changes and imbalances can lead to hair loss. This could be caused by pregnancy, child birth, Menopause, discontinuation of birth control pills, and abnormal activity of thyroid gland.
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