Nicotine Hair Loss Reversible?


Question:

I have been smoking since I was 15. Now I am 34 years old and I my hair is thinning. I was told that it can be the result of too much nicotine, is nicotine hair loss reversible?

Answer:

While smoking isn”t any known cause for hair loss, it buy Viagra 100mg online is a known cause for blood circulation problems. One of the main causes of her last is poor blood situation to scalp area.

For this reason, it is possible that you being a longtime smoker has damaged your hair. While this damage isn”t reversible, you should still stop smoking, as it is possible that you will begin to experience more blood circulation related problems.

One Answer to “Nicotine Hair Loss Reversible?”

  1. Emma Says:

    There is no researches that show a conclusive connection between excessive smoking and hair loss, although smoking is bad for the circulatory system which is also responsible for “feeding” hair follicles.

    In any case, if your smoking has triggered hair loss, it is probably not reversible, damaged hair follicles usually do not recover. Only by not consuming nicotine, hair loss will not continue.

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