With the ever-apparent rise of social media popularity, and more of us obsessing over our physical appearances than ever before, we find ourselves reaching to the quick and easy remedies to fix our beauty mishaps. But how well do these products really work? Do they offer a permanent solution, and are they worth it in the long run? 
Hair is considered part of beauty by many people. If you love your hair and would like to keep it healthy for the longest time possible, then there are certain poor practices you need to think about which could be having an adverse effect on making your hair healthy. These habits can easily make your hair thin at a rapid pace. In this article we will consider some of the main habits that you might naturally do every day and come to accept as normal. These however may not be great for your hair. 
The hair is made up of fast-growing cells. At any given time, there are close to 120,000 hair roots growing on a human scalp. This growth must be supported by protein and other essential nutrients. Low iron and calorie intake negatively impact hair follicles. Most people on a weight loss program tend to switch to vegetarian diets which have low calories. Most people limit their protein intake when on a weight loss program. While this might be useful in weight loss, it has negative implications on healthy hair. Since hair is not a vital organ in the body, the distribution of essential nutrients is prioritised to other organs. Sustained hair growth calls for a balanced diet in the right amounts to enable the nourishment of non-vital organs. As many people embark on New Year weight loss programmes then this post will be extra useful for them. 
As we all know, Alopecia is a condition that results in hair loss in some areas or all areas of the human body. This condition will usually result in bald spots the size of a coin on the scalp. Stress one factor that causes Alopecia; family history has also been found to cause the condition. If one of the identical twins suffer from this condition, there is more than a fifty percent chance that the other twin will suffer from Alopecia. 
The condition has no known cure. Many people who suffer from Alopecia will usually have tried all methods believed to cure the condition. Efforts can be made to try and stimulate hair regrowth, sometimes the effort can work, and the hair can grow back. In other cases, the condition does not improve that is why some have suggested using acupuncture to help. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at this. 
Most individuals are no stranger to losing a few pounds, blue mood, loss of hair and occasional irregular period. If individuals are currently struggling with these problems on a regular basis, with a cluster or some severity of these signs and symptoms, their thyroid function may be the problem. 
You might find it a little bizarre that hair loss can be a symptom of thyroid problems, but there is definitely a medical link. 
Hair loss can be attributed to various causes, but have you ever thought how alcohol may play a role in this? Although there is no evidence in a direct relationship between hair loss and alcohol consumption, excessive drinking can indirectly cause hair loss. 
Most of us expect hair to grow naturally without any effort which could be the reason why you still don’t have the desired hair length. Healthy hair growth can be attributed to many factors which we often assume. Here are some quick tips for hair growth that will enable you to flaunt long healthy hair. 
Partial or total hair loss comes with far-reaching consequences on the image of the people with the condition. Alopecia not only affects how people view themselves but also how other people relate to those who have the condition. 
The level of psychological impact people with alopecia go through will range from one person to the other depending on their self-esteem or how positively they view their condition. Below we take a closer look at some of the main psychological impacts and associations that a person can experience with this condition. 
Male Pattern Baldness (MPB) affects 50% of men before they reach the age of 40 and 80% by age 70. Perhaps you are one of them and already have significant hair loss. Or maybe you have just started to notice that things up top are not as luxuriant as they once were. 
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