What causes hair loss? Depends on what type of hair loss you are referring to. Two forms of hair loss are curable with the right approach. So if you are searching for a way to stop excessive hair loss consider the following.

Hair loss may be reversible if it is a result of these issues:
1. Autoimmune hair loss – AKA alopecia. This type of hair loss is often triggered by gluten, infections, chemical exposure, and nutritional deficiencies.
2. Nutritional Hair Loss – Often times caused by deficiency in vitamins, minerals, and protein in the diet.

Additionally, certain diseases can slow the metabolism (i.e. hypothyroid). This leads to hair thinning and a lack of regrowth.

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