As we all know, nutritional deficiency can cause numerous health issues, and also may impact hair structure and hair growth. Alopecia (baldness) is mostly seen in people with niacin deficiency.

The most common deficiencies that may cause hair loss are iron deficiency, biotin deficiency, and niacin deficiency. It’s a well-known fact that iron deficiency causes anemia which is typically characterized by light skin and fatigue, but people often don’t know that iron deficiency can also cause hair loss.

Biotin deficiency, which is also known as a vitamin-H deficiency, can cause hair loss too. Folic Lack of folic acid and copper are also to be blamed for getting bald.

Life-changing events such as pregnancy, childbirth, or a big surgery can cause you to start balding as well. In cases when hair loss is a result of a bad nutrition, stress, illness, or pregnancy – the problem will correct itself as soon as the underlying cause is fixed, according to experts.

  1. August 5, 2018

    Many people experience hair loss, it can happen at any age. However, do keep in mind that hair loss may occur due to one of several problems, such as iron deficiency that causes anemia; this is typically characterized by pale skin and fatigue, and a vulnerability to repeated infections. Deficiency of Zinc, Copper and Selenium may also cause hair thinning and loss.It is crucial to establish the root cause of your hair loss; if you only try some remedy to regrow your hair.

  2. August 7, 2018

    We all know that vitamin D stimulates hair follicles, so a deficiency may lead to hair loss. There is some evidence that having a vitamin D deficiency does cause hair loss and other hair problems as well. Vitamin D stimulates hair follicles to grow, and so when the body does not have enough, the hair may be affected. Thank you so much for this informative post.

  3. August 16, 2018

    so we need to take foods that contains vitamin D and iron

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