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7 Things your Hair Reflects your Health

 

When it comes to our hair, we all are most worried about them. The things like how short to cut them, whether color them or not, how to do styling etc. But according to the hair experts, hair reflects about us much more than this. Or we can say that the health of our hair and scalp can be the major piece of information about our health conditions.

Rather considering them as dead protein, the whole internal condition oh hair highly affects our health.
“Our hair responds to stress, that is both physical and psychological stress”

Here are seven points through which you will get to know that you need to pay more attention to the health of your hair and hence to your overall health.

Dry, limp, thin-feeling hair

Many factors like hair dyes, blower and swimming in chlorinated water can lead your hair dry. This can change your hair texture leaving your hair thinner than before. It can also be an indicator for underactive thyroid which is known as hypothyroidism. Hypothyroidism can lead to fatigue, gaining weight, slow heart rate, and cold or flu all time.

Scaly or crusty patches on the scalp, that starts at the hairline

This can lead to the formation of the thick layer on the surface of the scalp giving a look of scab like surface. It can be called as psoriasis. It is the most common to all the autoimmune diseases and leads to the diseases like Crohn’s disease, lupus, and rheumatoid arthritis.

Thinning of hair over the whole head

The normal shedding of hair includes approximately fall of 100 to 150 hairs a day. But in case you notice more hair fall in your hair brush, in your towel or while washing then it’s the time to concern with hair specialist. Due to this, you can suffer from physical or psychological stress such as job loss or divorce. Other problems can be the flu, high fever, infection or even diabetes.

Overall hair loss that appears permanent, often said as pattern baldness

Both male and female formally suffer from androgenetic and androgenic alopecia. It can be due to the change in the sex hormones. In this, men experience the male pattern baldness over the crown area and female suffers from overall thinning of hair. Diabetes can be a cause or contribute to the hair loss problem. For this kind of the baldness, you need to search for the best hair transplant in Australia.

Dry, brittle hair that can be broken easily

Whenever you notice your little hair on your pillow in the morning then it is the signal of breakage of the hair, not hair falling from the root. This can be due to the overuse of chemicals or dyes over your hair. But certain disorder with your health conditions can also lead to the breakage of hair. Sometimes, excess production of the hormone cortisol in adrenal glands can cause this problem.

Yellowish flakes on the hair and scaly, itchy patches on the scalp

Generally, dandruff is not taken as a serious issue. Seborrheic dermatitis, an inflammatory condition, which leads to the development of the scaly patches over the scalp. This happens due to dry skin over eyebrows and nose and may be triggered be stress.

Gray hair

It is not exactly true that gray hair is the result of stress and tension. Under stress, a chain reaction can trigger the pigment that colors the hairs. Researchers are looking for the role of the hormones that are produced under stress.