6) Less intake of Proteins:- Lack of protein will result in the rationing of protein by shedding down hair. Less intake of protein through foods makes your hair to fall abnormally in every two or three months. Some times prolonged sickness may also lower the protein levels in the body.There are many rich sources of proteins such as fish, liver, meat and eggs. Adding sufficient amounts of protein-rich foodies to your daily diet will help combat the hair fall.
7)Hypothyroidism:- The hormones produced by the thyroid glands play a crucial role in the metabolism, growth and development of the body and affect the over all functioning of the organ systems. If the thyroid glands are not active, these hormones are not produced properly and this affects the hair cycle too. Hyperthyroidism which means over active thyroid glands causes level hormones to be produced, which also affects the hair cycle. Excess weight loss or weight gain, fatigue, depression, brittle hair, nails and skin are some of the symptoms of abnormal thyroid levels. Take your prescriptions properly to maintain normal levels of thyroid.
8)Vitamin-B deficiency:- Deficiency of Vitamin B-complex and more particularly, Vitamin B12 deficiency can accelerate the thinning of hair. Vitamin B deficiency results in anemia and can cause chronic telogen effluvium especially in women. Taking vitamin B enriched foods can help you combat hair fall and to stimulate hair re-growth.The only foods that deliver Vitamin B12 are meat, eggs, poultry, dairy products, and other foods from animals.