Gastrointestinal Diseases and Hair Loss

The condition of a person's hair is a good measure of his or her health.Hair Revital X  A person with weak, dry and brittle hair should look into the general state of health. If there is hair loss, a visit to the doctor is a must and many people simply dismiss hair loss as natural citing it to be genetic and not considering it can be due to a health related condition.

It has been seen that many health conditions including many gastrointestinal diseases are known to be causing hair loss. Gastrointestinal diseases are related with the gastrointestinal tract. There are many diseases from this track that can affect the follicular health. We shall take a closer look into the matter.

Effects on Follicular Health

The nutrients of the food we consume are used by the body for various functions. These include proteins, vitamins and minerals and other nutrients that are needed by a person to remain healthy. When there is a problem with the gastrointestinal tract, the consumption of food is affected. Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis are known to reduce the consumption of vitamins in the body.

This in turn leads to potential lack of nutrition and when the body does not get enough of protein its basic building block or critical minerals and vitamins there are many repercussions including hair loss. If the problem persists over a long period of time it can lead to damage of hair follicles and eventually to hair loss.

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