Is there a natural remedy for brittle hair, nails?

Check your diet. Can be a nutrient deficiency. There is a product called hair, skin , and nails that helps a lot. It is usually a silica deficiency. Another product is horsetail. You may ant to examine your diet as well and see where you can improve it.

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Overweight tired brittle hair and nails and raised creatinine and low egfr what is cause?

Need evaluation. It is not feasible to provide a definitive opinion without a good history, physical examination and may be additional lab tests. What you described suggests thyroid deficiency and/or kidney disease. Please see your doctor at your earliest. Read more...
Many Possibilities. Some of the symptoms could be due to thyroid or kidney disease. Most of the issues can be related to your diet or lack there of. Starvation and low calorie diets can lead to many of the symptoms and some people will retain or even gain weight as their body goes into starvation mode. See your doctor and have an honest discussion on what started first and your history, labs and exam. Read more...

What vitamins can I take or what can I do for really dull skin, and brittle hair and nails, I also have dark under eye circles. Thanks?

Normal nutrition. Young people rarely have vitamin deficiencies. Start with adequate sleep (allows time for your body to repair itself), a broad diet (protein, fruits, vegetables, and grains), and a lot of water. If still concerned, try a simple multi-vitamin. You can choose more expensive "programs, " but you probably can't do better than what nature offers. Read more...

I have protein c & s deficiency in the first stages. I am also 29 with brittle hair and nails. Is this related and can I prevent more breakage?

Unrelated. Please get your physicians to clarify what's meant by "protein c & s deficiency in the first stages." i'm familiar with both of these and they won't make your hair or nails brittle. I'm glad you're taking a proactive approach to your health & hope that the blood abnormality never proves seriously troublesome. Read more...