Low t and hair loss

AnjiB,
If you still visit this site, I’d love to hear what your current experience is now 6 mos into the natural combo you’ve found for yourself. My hair breakage started years ago (before diagnosis of hypothyroidism and meds). I started on Armour and now am on a combo of Armour and Levothyroxine and have seen an increase in the hair shedding/loss. I did experiment with a Raw Thyroid from a whole food store, but didn’t really feel a difference. I came across Adrenal Glandular, but never took it. I wonder now if in combo these two things would help support.

Hi Paul, stick with it and I’m sure you’ll start to see results. I’m sure you didn’t lose your hair 3 months, so expecting it to regrow in 3 months is unrealistic.
You don’t have to wash your hair with bottled water, but you shouldn’t drink tap water.
You should be doing at least 10-20 minutes of the 11 scalp massages and exercises we demonstrate on video in Hair Equilibrium.
You should add at least 2 cups of bone broth per day to your diet.
I’d also prefer it if you didn’t consume raw cruciferous vegetables.
Be patient and stick with it.
Will

Thanks for the information, dear sir i am around 29 years old i have hair loss problem and little lost my hair on bothe side of forhead, also i did treatment of my hair on India with injuction on my head that was good and regrew my hair, so after that i did PRP on my head with injuction on Afghanistan so i have hair problem again and my hair are very weak,sir i just want to treat my hair from falling i mean only to stop hair falling because i only lost little hair on my fogrhead sides the other hairs are fine. Please advise me that is much appreciated

Diet definitely influences hormonal output, and diets that lead to systemic inflammation may also lead to the upregulation of DHT at inflammatory tissue sites and thereby contribute to pattern hair thinning. But in general, I think that diet-driven hair loss from low-carb mostly comes from under-eating calories. This often results in hypothyroid symptoms, excessive shedding, cold extremities, etc. The mechanical stimulation exercises in the book, plus the dietary changes you’ve already made (getting enough calories and carbs) should help turn things around. But if not, let me know and we can continue to troubleshoot until your hair is back to where you want it.

My name is Jessica, I am 19 y/o. I have hypothyroidism and i am taking 100 MCG Levothyroxine and I have been taking this since 2008.. my hair has been thinning and the top of my head is getting “balder”. I have been struggling with finding ways to treat it and i don’t feel comfortable with my hair and nothing works!
I have mentioned this with my old doctor but she said that it’s my thyroid.
I have a few questions:
What is this T3? I might be reading this wrong but i do not understand anything.
Is this a solution to my hair loss?
if not, is there any solution?
or should I consult with my doctor about my medicine??

Hi everyone, I wrote a few good comments about nutrition and if you get the chance go read it.. I really do think it will make a very big difference… This website is awesome and just to blog, talk and be there for each other really makes a huge difference… “My hair loss story” How did I get here? Is the best site I have found for people who just understand and their shared thoughts, tears joy and comments will mean more then one could ever know.. And a good poem to remember..
A friend is someone who knows who you are,
Understands where you have been,
Excepts what you have become,
Yet still gently allows you to grow...
Huggs and have a great hair day… Rhonda

Low t and hair loss

low t and hair loss

Diet definitely influences hormonal output, and diets that lead to systemic inflammation may also lead to the upregulation of DHT at inflammatory tissue sites and thereby contribute to pattern hair thinning. But in general, I think that diet-driven hair loss from low-carb mostly comes from under-eating calories. This often results in hypothyroid symptoms, excessive shedding, cold extremities, etc. The mechanical stimulation exercises in the book, plus the dietary changes you’ve already made (getting enough calories and carbs) should help turn things around. But if not, let me know and we can continue to troubleshoot until your hair is back to where you want it.

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