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Anyone know about Calcium deficiencies and hair loss?


#1

Thought I’d better ask you “natural” guys.

I’ve just had a piece of enamel chip off a tooth for the third time in 12 months (not eating anything hard, just steak), and my oral hygiene etc is great. So thinking there might be a dietary reason for this (I’m 36 - never had this problem before) I started Googling, and found that a possible cause may be calcium deficiency. However, other symptoms include hair loss (I started at 30); eczema (never had it before, but it started at 33 and never really clears up now, even with steroid creams), aching joints (which I’ve been getting more of lately), and tingling in the hands - again, something I’ve noticed in the last year or so.

Also, I’m on a solid regimen (Fin, Minox foam, Niz, Alpecin, supplements (MSM, Zinc, Multivits etc), yet I’m not even maintaining - despite it seeming to be a not particularly aggressive form of MPB. I thought my multivit may have covered me with this, but it only contains 25% of the RDA, and I do drink a ton of tea and coffee (and smoke) all of which drain calcium.

So any of you guys know anything else about calcium deficiencies? In general, but also in relation to hair loss?

Thanks!


#2

» Thought I’d better ask you “natural” guys.
»
» I’ve just had a piece of enamel chip off a tooth for the third time in 12
» months (not eating anything hard, just steak), and my oral hygiene etc is
» great. So thinking there might be a dietary reason for this (I’m 36 -
» never had this problem before) I started Googling, and found that a
» possible cause may be calcium deficiency. However, other symptoms include
» hair loss (I started at 30); eczema (never had it before, but it started at
» 33 and never really clears up now, even with steroid creams), aching joints
» (which I’ve been getting more of lately), and tingling in the hands -
» again, something I’ve noticed in the last year or so.
»
» Also, I’m on a solid regimen (Fin, Minox foam, Niz, Alpecin, supplements
» (MSM, Zinc, Multivits etc), yet I’m not even maintaining - despite it
» seeming to be a not particularly aggressive form of MPB. I thought my
» multivit may have covered me with this, but it only contains 25% of the
» RDA, and I do drink a ton of tea and coffee (and smoke) all of which drain
» calcium.
»
» So any of you guys know anything else about calcium deficiencies? In
» general, but also in relation to hair loss?
»
» Thanks!

a normal multivitamin is useless u need to bring in the big guns

I use Maxi Hair by Country Life, not expensive and i have tested it for years, works great

has 2000 mcg timed released biotin, impossible to find individually timed released Biotin, I have used this vitamin for years, YOu need a specialized hair vitamin, not a normal multi vitamin

Vitamins cannot be absorbed, are not assimilated or even recognized by the body without the proper minerals, they pass right through the digestion without absorbing without minerals, and you cant just take one mineral, you need all of them, they work together…even a deficiency in one mineral will cause them to go haywire and not work
also get a chelated mega multi mineral

minerals are MORE important than vitamins, strange as that sounds


#3

» Thought I’d better ask you “natural” guys.
»
» I’ve just had a piece of enamel chip off a tooth for the third time in 12
» months (not eating anything hard, just steak), and my oral hygiene etc is
» great. So thinking there might be a dietary reason for this (I’m 36 -
» never had this problem before) I started Googling, and found that a
» possible cause may be calcium deficiency. However, other symptoms include
» hair loss (I started at 30); eczema (never had it before, but it started at
» 33 and never really clears up now, even with steroid creams), aching joints
» (which I’ve been getting more of lately), and tingling in the hands -
» again, something I’ve noticed in the last year or so.
»
» Also, I’m on a solid regimen (Fin, Minox foam, Niz, Alpecin, supplements
» (MSM, Zinc, Multivits etc), yet I’m not even maintaining - despite it
» seeming to be a not particularly aggressive form of MPB. I thought my
» multivit may have covered me with this, but it only contains 25% of the
» RDA, and I do drink a ton of tea and coffee (and smoke) all of which drain
» calcium.
»
» So any of you guys know anything else about calcium deficiencies? In
» general, but also in relation to hair loss?
»
» Thanks!

You can consider a gentle detox and then ALKALISING your body.

Regards
Pete


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