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|KL30| Hair Loss Medium Test Package
The beauty of hair depends on how we take care of it. Have you done everything to prevent hair loss?
A little hair shedding is a physiologically normal phenomenon, when 35 to 100 hairs fall out every day, and more when you wash your head. However, if you notice that your hair has decreased significantly, you should start taking care of it immediately. In the case of hair loss, first of all, it is necessary to examine the body, find out the causes of hair loss and treat them.
The most common causes of hair loss can be: Seasonal change. In spring and autumn, hair loss is more. This hair loss occurs most often and is called seasonal. Short-term and long-term stress. Scientists have confirmed that stress is directly related to hair loss and weakness. Excessive mental fatigue or lack of sleep has a particularly strong effect. Nutrition. Some diets are particularly dangerous because the body and hair begin to lack necessary substances, such as zinc, calcium, magnesium, iron, as well as other trace elements and vitamins. Hormonal changes. Hair condition is closely related to hormonal changes in the body, when the amount of male hormones androgens increases. Another reason for thinning hair in women is the use of oral contraceptives that inhibit the production of natural hormones. Dysfunction of the thyroid gland. Dysfunction of the thyroid gland unbalances the functions of the nervous system, the condition of the skin and other body systems. Genetic causes. The structure and strength of hair can be judged by the hair of parents, grandparents and other relatives.
Pregnancy, polycystic ovary syndrome and skin diseases such as seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis, etc. can also cause sudden hair loss. Excessive consumption of vitamin A and selenium also promotes hair loss.
General blood test - helps to assess the general state of health of the body; Calcium is an important component of hair, which is very necessary for hair growth; Magnesium - has a significant influence on the level of moisture in the cells of the scalp; Iron - effectively helps the hair retain oxygen; Ferritin is the main protein with which the body accumulates iron; Testosterone is the main male sex (androgenic) hormone; DHEA-SO4 (dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate) is the adrenal hormone androgen. It is recommended to investigate when there are male signs in women: baldness, increased hairiness in the face and chest areas in women (hirsutism); TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone) is the most important indicator of thyroid function; ATPO (antibodies against thyroid peroxidase) is an indicator for diagnosing autoimmune thyroid diseases. Zinc is very important for hair growth. Its lack leads to hair dryness and loss; Copper - participates in the synthesis of skin and hair pigments, so it is very necessary to have strong hair. Taking iron supplements can lead to copper deficiency, as iron reduces copper absorption; Vitamin D - helps create new follicles where new hair can grow, helps the body absorb calcium and phosphorus; Vitamin B9 (Folic acid) - deficiency manifests as anemia, scaly skin and thinning hair; Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin) - deficiency is manifested by anemia, fatigue, gray or yellow skin, premature graying and shedding of hair.
The package consists of 14 studies:
General Blood Test
Ca | Calcium
Mg | Magnesium
Fe | Iron
FERRY | Ferritin
TEST | Testosterone
DHEA - SO4 | Dehydroepiandrosterone Sulfate
TTH (TSH) | Thyrotropic Hormone
ATPO | Antibodies Against Thyroid Peroxidase
Zn | Zinc
Cu | Copper