What does your hair say about your health

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What does your hair say about your health

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Whenever there is a problem with your body, it reflects on your body externally. Often we forget that the face, hair and skin is not just about beauty it is also the reflection of your health. You often style your hair in a beautiful manner, but you don’t really think of what your hair tell about your health in general. Constant split ends, decolouration or grey hair actually have a lot to say about your health. Let’s find out what your hair actually say about your health. (Also read: What are the various habits that are making you age faster)

Eczema or psoriasis
Dandruff is not really a shocking thing when it comes to the health of your hair. However, there are many possible causes to fight the problem of dandruff. It might be changing climate, obesity, stress etc. If the problem of dandruff persists then it can be due to skin problems like Eczema or psoriasis.

Lack of the protein
Sometimes the hair problem such as hair fall is caused by the lack of protein. Protein is must to take care of your health. The lack of protein leads to excessive hair fall. (Also read: What are the side effects of consuming excess fibre rich food)

During the menopause, the hormonal imbalance occurs in the woman. There is an imbalance of estrogen and progesterone hormone that can lead to hair fall.

Lack of iron
The lack of iron leads to pale skin, pain in the leg and excessive hair fall. The lack of iron leads to lack of haemoglobin, which in turn lead to anaemia. As a result, it leads to hair fall.

Seborrhoeic dermatitis
This problem is also called the cradle cap. This problem is often found in children. This disease makes your hair sticky. It can be removed using an anti-fungal cream.

Staying in the Sun for too long
When you are out in Sun for too long, you are exposed to the Ultraviolet rays. This leads to your hair turning grey. (Also read: What does the colour of your lips tell about your health)

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