Happy Doctors Day – July 1st 2019. In today’s episode we will discuss on the effects of tobacco smoking on hair loss. Not only scalp hair but also beard growth is affected by cigarette smoking. We will also look into the best suggestions and remedies to quit smoking easily.
Smoking, besides being the single most preventable cause and risk factor for major lung diseases like Obstructive airway disease, Lung cancer and heart diseases, tobacco smoking has been associated with adverse effects on skin and hair!. Many recent research studies have indicated a significant relationship between smoking and baldness.
You know, All of us are well aware of how harmful the chemicals in cigarette smoke are to your body, but did you know they may also contribute not only to hair loss but also to premature greying of hair? Though primarily the cause is androgenetic alopecia both men and women, quit smoking is a very good treatment for hair loss in men and women.
According to a number of scientific studies, there are many surprising mechanisms by which cigarette smoke can trigger hair loss.
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So, What’s the Remedy ?
The only way out is STOP! SMOKING!
Finding a Reason to quit smoking is the best strategy to come out of the habit! The fear of going bald and the fear of premature skin aging should be the most powerful reasons to quit smoking. This even lowers your chance of getting lung cancer, heart disease, or other conditions.
PLEASE QUIT SMOKING AND LOOK YOUNGER!!
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