Do you know that fatty liver diseases may cause hair loss?
Aging isn’t the only reason why people lose their hair. Whether it is from old age, medical treatments, or various health conditions, there are numerous reasons why someone might begin to experience hair loss. But did you know that hair loss may be a sign that there is something wrong internally?
The liver is a large organ protected by the ribs that has many functions like filtering blood, detoxifying chemicals, and creating proteins that are important for blood clotting. It is a vital organ that, when not taken care of, it can lead to serious health concerns and life-threatening conditions.
One life-threatening condition, in particular, is cirrhosis. Cirrhosis is a type of liver damage where healthy liver tissue is replaced with scar tissue. Though it is a result of continuous liver damage over a long period of time, if left untreated, cirrhosis can lead to liver failure.
Some of the early symptoms of cirrhosis include loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, and pain in the liver area. As the condition worsens and the liver begins to struggle to function, more serious symptoms occur including jaundice, ascites (swelling of the abdomen), frequent nosebleeds, hair loss, and more.
The phrase “you are what you eat” makes a great point when it concerns the liver. What you eat plays a major role in your overall liver health because of its role in filtering toxins and breaking down food to provide energy for other organs. As with other parts of our body, hair needs energy (nutrients) to grow.
An insufficient amount of proteins and nutrients is linked to hair thinning. When there is a lack of nutrients, the liver prioritizes energy to essential functions. For example, if we lack energy, the existing energy will be used for heart function rather than for hair growth.
This hair loss fix is broken down into three parts:
● Washing your hair and scalp
● Promoting circulation to your scalp
● Encouraging thinning hair to thicken
If you’re already bald we can’t promise this will regrow your hair. But if your hair is thinning this should help thicken it.
If baldness runs in your family or you’re worried about going bald, you should start this protocol right away to keep your hair strong and healthy.
This will be helpful for anyone who doesn’t want to rub chemicals on their head or take hair loss drugs that can lower your libido. Which should be most of you.
We’ll start with ways to wash your hair and scalp…
Washing Your Hair And Scalp
This step is easy. Ditch your current shampoo and start washing your hair with shampoo the contains ingredients that strengthen your hair.
Our first recommendation is Alpecin Caffeine Shampoo:
Alpecin Caffeine Shampoo, contains caffeine which the following study determined prevented hair loss:
The caffeine-containing liquid is an active ingredient solution with very good skin and hair tolerability and very convenient application. The active ingredient base ensures good availabilit of caffeine in the hair root and in the scalp. After just two months, the users noticed a significant decrease in hair loss, which was very significant after four months. The effects are statistically significant.
After this clinical test, we can judge in summary that the caffeine-containing liquid is very suitable for long-term application against hereditary hair loss and represents an interesting and promising solution to the problem.
Source: Efficacy of a caffeine-containing liquid against premature hereditary hair loss in men (Conducted at the Center for Cosmetic Research of Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Rome)
Next, we suggest a shampoo containing “Ketoconazole.”
The connection between thinning hair and dandruff is a hotly debated topic. No one can draw a clear connection between dandruff causing thinning hair, but the most people agree the two problems go hand and hand, and that eliminating dandruff can help strengthen your hair.
To eliminate dandruff look for a shampoo containing 1%-2% Ketoconazole.
Studies on have shown Ketoconazole is especially helpful in dealing with Androgenetic alopecia, commonly referred to as male or female pattern baldness which is a type of baldness that primarily affects the top and front of the scalp.
Promote Circulation To Your Scalp
Increasing scalp circulation is like watering a plant to help it grow.
Blood delivers healthy nutrients to your hair follicles. Increasing scalp circulation will create a fertile environment that grows strong, healthy hair.
Let’s go over the ways you can increase scalp circulation…
You know how your cheeks get red when you go outside in the cold? That’s because your body sends hot blood to that part of your body to warm it up.
You can use ice or a cold shower to increase circulation to your scalp.
How often should you do this: Once a day. Don’t go overboard with rubbing ice on your scalp and give yourself frostbite.
Ginkgo Biloba Supplements
Ginkgo Biloba is a supplement that will improve circulation not only to your scalp, but to your entire body. Ginkgo Biloba can help relieve cold extremities and even improve mental function.
How much should you take: 120 milligrams a day
Brush Your Hair
Gently brushing your hair with a soft or medium bristle brush can increase circulation. Don’t press too hard and rip away at your hair.
How often should you do this: 20-40 strokes a day
Encouraging Hair Growth And Possible Hair Regrowth
The following product has been shown to regrow hair in one small study. It’s called NuHair and it’s an over the counter product.
The following was published on the US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health website:
In this pilot study of 15 patients, all patients demonstrated new significant new hair growth after starting NuHair
Originally posted 2019-02-12 21:56:06.