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Hair Loss Due to Diabetes

When we think of the common condition known as diabetes, we often associate it with high blood sugar, resulting in the need to eat less of our favorite foods such as cake, ice cream, and other sweet treats. What many of us do not realize is that there is a link between diabetes and hair loss.

Everyone should certainly keep in mind that it is normal to lose up to 100 strands of hair per day. This minimal amount of hair loss is not a cause for concern. However, if you are diabetic, and notice that your hair is falling out and thinning, there are solutions available that will help you look your best and regain your confidence.

How Does Diabetes Cause Hair Loss?

First, let's discuss the actual connection between diabetes and hair loss. In the body of a diabetic person, the lack of insulin causes the excess of sugar to affect various organs and also causes damage to the blood vessels. As a result, there is a lack of oxygen delivered to your hair follicles, and normal hair growth does not occur. Over time, lost hair is not regrown as quickly as it normally would, causing hair that once may have been thick and full of volume to appear much thinner. People, both men and women, notice an overall thinning in addition to the hair that they normally lose on a daily basis.

This can affect a person's self-confidence. It can be somewhat disappointing when a diabetic person feels like they cannot control what is happening. The condition that results from hair loss due to diabetes is called alopecia areata, and many people who have been diagnosed may not know that this could happen. They find themselves losing hair on the arms and legs as well as on the head. Remember, however, that you are certainly not alone and that hair loss due to diabetes affects many people every year.

What Can Happen?

Diabetes causes stress on the body, which also contributes to hair loss. In addition to fluctuating hormone levels, the stress can cause hair loss to become quite significant in some people. If you notice that your hair is becoming thinner and falling out, and feel that it may be a result of diabetes, speak to your doctor. He or she can advise on the cause of the hair loss and advise you of ways to control or prevent it from happening. We also recommend seeing a hair loss specialist, to get a specialized treatment program just for you.

What Can I Do?

It can be extremely comforting to know that there are various solutions available to diabetic patients who are experiencing hair loss. At Mane Image Hair, we have solutions for men and women that can help give them back the confidence that they once had. Because we know that everyone has unique needs, we offer a consultation, where we will listen to and discuss with you the concerns that you have so that we can find a result that is just right for you. Treatments and solutions for men include non-invasive options, surgical hair restoration, and hair graft procedures. For women, solutions include non-surgical options such as hair prosthesis, surgical hair restoration, wigs, toppers, and more. You can restore the look you once had, or take the opportunity to create a whole new look altogether. Our solutions are natural and comfortable and are tailored to suit each individual client. If you are a diabetic who is experiencing thinning or loss of hair, contact us today for a consultation.

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