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Malnutrition Hair Loss

Malnutrition is among the least common of hair loss causes, but it is still a significant contributor nonetheless. Sometimes your hair and scalp need nutrients that they are not getting and if they have been without them for long enough, you may experience increased hair loss.

Lots of people nowadays are not eating the nutrients they should on a daily basis. It’s easy to go to work and just snack on things like chips and soda and never really eat significant amounts of vitamins and nutrients. This is compounded when stress is added to the mix. Lots of people who experience stress and a high diet will also notice a very rapid hair loss problem.

In order to combat this, it’s important to not only take a multi vitamin, but also try and make sure that the foods you are eating are contributing to your overall health. I’ve found that if I take a multivitamin, I not only know that I am helping my hair grow better, but I also know that I will feel better throughout the day. So, basically it’s a win-win situation.

If you are experiencing hair loss and you are not completely sure what the cause is, I would say at the least, make sure you are getting all the nutrients you need in your diet. You’ll feel better if you do, and it will most likely help you get over your hair loss problem as well.

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