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What is Your Hair Telling You?

  1. Dull and Thin Hair
  2. Graying Hair
  3. Thinning Hair

 

Health and fitness is all the rage these days and this is a good thing. People are now more conscious than ever about their health. We are eating healthier, mainly because delicious and healthier options are more accessible. We are also more conscious of our daily calorie intake. We weigh ourselves in the morning to be able to properly plan our meals for the rest of the day. Knowledge is also a big factor with this positive change in our behavior towards our health. We are now more aware of what our body is trying to tell us. We are already familiar with the common symptoms associated with an unhealthy lifestyle. With this information, we are able to properly make adjustments to prevent small health problems from progressing to more complex ones. But did you know that your hair also says a lot about the state of your health? Let’s check out the clues that our hair is telling us about our health. Remember, prevention is better than cure.


Dull and Thin Hair


After using the best shampoo and conditioner in the market, do you still have dull and thin hair? Maybe it's time to change up your diet. Our bodies prioritize sending nutrients to the heart, brain and other crucial organs. Whatever is left goes to the rest of your body. In this case, our hair. If you don’t have a balanced diet, whatever nutrients that are sent to your precious locks would not be enough to keep it healthy. Cut out the junk food and eat more fruits, vegetables and protein.


Graying Hair


Graying hair is a natural part of aging. Even gray hair at a young age is no longer surprising as it could be due to your genes. One of your parents or maybe even both have the same condition when they were younger. Aside from genes and aging, stress also plays a factor that increases the appearance of gray hair. If you are still relatively young but your hair is already turning gray, you may need to take a break to relieve stress. Change your lifestyle and take it easy. If you keep on subjecting yourself to stressful situations, gray hair will be the least of your problems.


Thinning Hair


If your beautiful hair is suddenly thinning, you may need to see your doctor as thinning hair is one of the symptoms of having thyroid issues. The thyroid gland is responsible for our endocrine system and also affects hair growth. The gland may not be producing enough hormones which are linked to hair loss. Again, see your doctor as soon as possible if you are experiencing this condition.

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