14 Jun 2017
In the young hair loss when a lot of coffee lovers, will blame the cause of hair loss to coffee. So often drink coffee, really will cause a lot of hair off? coffee valve tells you that drink coffee not only does not cause hair loss, it is to prevent hair loss, so that hair better growth.
Normal people fall out of 50-100 hair a day, but if you fall off more than 100 hair a day, you need to pay attention to it. It is likely that modern life rhythm too fast, increased pressure or genetic factors caused by hair loss.
One of the major causes of male hair loss is due to male testosterone will produce a chemical substance - dihydrotestosterone overdose, can cause hair follicles damaged, or slow hair growth, and therefore hair loss. Men who drink coffee often because caffeine is a stimulant that inhibits the damaging effect of dihydrotestosterone on hair follicles and promotes the growth of hair cells.
A German study shows that chemicals damage hair follicles can be blocked by caffeine. Studies have shown that caffeine can also effectively stimulate hair growth. That being the case, does it mean to drink coffee to treat hair loss? If you drink coffee for the treatment of hair loss, at least sixty cups a day to drink. This is unrealistic. The best way is to use caffeine-containing anti-hair loss products, smear on the head, so that caffeine infiltration hair root.
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Originally published 14 Jun 2017, updated 14 Jun 2017.
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