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Sunday, May 8, 2016

Anemia Causes Hair Loss

Anemia Causes Hair Loss


Who would not be worried if the hair fall out? In addition to damaging the appearance, hair loss can also indicate that you are experiencing health problems, including anemia.Anemia is a condition in which you are experiencing a shortage of red blood cell levels, in which the red blood cells that contain hemogoblin failed to distribute oxygen throughout the body. As a result, the organs and tissues in the body is not able to work perfectly because of oxygen deprivation to be 'material bakar' her. Generally Anemia occurs when the body lacks iron.
When the body is deprived of oxygen and iron (which is the main cause of anemia), then your body automatically goes into survival mode and give priority to the supply of oxygen to the organ most in need (such as the brain, heart) and subordinated the body parts that are considered less important, such as The follicle, which is where the growth of hair. As a result, hair fall out and experience thinning.
One way to check the levels of iron in the body is to calculate the amount of ferritin (a protein that plays an important role in iron storage) in the blood. Logically, the less ferritin in the blood, the less well the level of iron in your red blood cells.
Although there are no studies that declare with certainty that anemia is a major cause of hair loss, but hair loss has become one of the symptoms if you experience serious health problems.
The average scalp has about 100,000 strands of hair, wherein at least 50-100 strands of hair can fall out every day. The number is still within normal limits. But if you feel you are experiencing hair loss of more than 100 strands per day, contact your doctor to determine the exact cause.
Treatments for hair loss due to anemia can be treated by increasing the consumption of foods with protein and iron such as meat, vegetables, dark green leaves, oatmeal, legumes, cereals, and bread with iron. Pair with foods rich in Vitamin C such as orange juice, tomatoes and strawberries to assist in the absorption of iron. Avoid consuming iron-rich foods along with coffee, tea, egg whites, milk or other calcium-rich foods, because it can interfere with the absorption of iron in the body. In addition you can also consume blood booster supplement to keep iron levels in your body.
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