Hair Loss As A Side
Effect Of Other Diseases
Hair loss is a common problem among many, but is often only attributed to genetics and a
change in the balance of one’s body.
However, hair loss can also be a side effect from another disease that you have had or a
result from a surgery.
Your diet can also affect hair loss. Knowing how
this will affect your hair is important if you are dealing with a disease or surgery.
You will then be able to take the proper steps in recovery for your
The first major way in which hair loss can be affected by a disease is through a skin
There are a variety of skin diseases that will cause nutrients, minerals and supplements to be
lost in the hair and cause the hair to fall out at a rapid rate.
With any of these skin diseases, it will usually cause hair loss either because of the effects
from the immune system or because of the lack of nutrients that are not available from the
Another way in which hair loss can occur is through a disease such as cancer, lupus or
With all three of these diseases, hair loss will be a side effect that will most likely
Because the nutrients are not balanced in the body from these diseases, it may cause side
effects or problems with hair loss.
This is especially known as a side effect if the problem is more severe.
When you are losing hair from a disease or surgery, it is usually either a side effect of the
disease, or from excess stress that occurs from the surgery.
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This is especially known to be a problem if the surgery is major. In other instances, the hair loss may be a result of part of the surgical procedure,
such as chemotherapy, which will cause temporary hair loss.
No matter what the disease is, when it is attributed to hair loss, it will be
Once your body begins to balance again, the hair will begin to grow back at a normal
rate. It will take time for the proteins and nutrients to begin to
affect your hair growth.
Usually, it will take between four to six months before you have a good amount of hair back on
your head again.
Making sure that you are keeping the proper balance of nutrients and taking care of your scalp
will ensure the right amount of growth back on your head.
If you are losing your hair because of a disease, then you can expect that the hair will grow
In order to make sure that your hair grows back, you will need to take the proper steps in
order to rebalance your body.
In effect, your scalp and hair area will gain more nutrients and will have the ability to
become healthy again.
Over time, your hair will move back to a normal look, despite the effects from any type of
disease that has affected your body.