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What Causes You To Lose Your Hair
Hair density: This can be noticeable from density of hair in locations of the scalp. ...Read more
Hair Loss: There are a lot of causes for hair loss and knowing that our hair goes through a cycle of growth and loss all the time and what we do to our hair is a main cause of altering our hair cycle leading to loss. Nutrition, Stress and hair products are causes. Get a good SLS free product and condition your hair. Eat healthy and remember to de-stress. if that does not work, see your doctor. ...Read more
Be gentle: Good nutrition is paramount. Avoid habits that damage the ends, such as color treatments, heat (blow dryer, straightening iron, curling iron, etc.), excessive use of bands or elastics (which can break strands), and aggressive combing/brushing. Regular trims help keep split ends to a minimum and keep hair healthier as it grows out. Use an appropriate shampoo and conditioner for your hair type. ...Read more
Dry startches: Pretzels, breads, other dry startches.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: If your pins is made of metal, the answer is yes. All metals such as earings, pins, tong rings will show opaque white on the xray and may also show xray scattering (a ghost white image) and causes the xray to be less readable. Removed them if possible. If the pins are plastic, you do not need to. ...Read more
Weight Loss: Your metabolism is like a fire. Fuel it regularly to maximize it. Eat palm sized portion of protein and complex carb every 2-3 hr. Sprinkle 4 fruits & 4-5 veggie portions across the day. Hydrate! water intake (10 oz x 10 times a day) will help you lactate and lose weight by helping all of your body's cells work well! exercise:take infant out for walk 2times a day 20-30min.Good for mood too! ...Read more
Stretch receptors: Your stomach has stretch receptors. Your ability to feel satisfied from eating food depends on them. If you eat a smaller portion of food for a short period of time for all your meals, your stretch receptors shrink, and you get satisfied with that smaller amount of food. It's why people have difficulty eating after abdominal surgery... If they can't eat for a few days, stretch receptors shrink. ...Read more
Depends on chemo: Some forms of chemotherapy attack the systems in a cell that cause it to divide and grow. This is a good way to fight cancer but it also targets things that grow quickly like hair, the lining of your mouth and intestines. Some cancers have specific targets for which there are drugs - these do not attack your hair. Depending on the cancer there may or may not be a more selective type of chemo. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Our favorite: squats: Weight-bearing exercises that focus on your quads, hamstrings, gluteals, thigh abductors/adductors - and your core muscles will help. By building up these muscle groups with moderate weight training (strength training), you'll tone the areas. You'll also increase your metabolic rate, i.e., your energy requirement - so you'll be able to eat more comfortably without gaining. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cardio, squats lunge: Low impact cardio(brisk walk, cycle, elliptical) leg press, knee extensions, hamstrings curls, squats and lunges. ...Read more
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