Enjoyed by millions daily, caffeine in coffee, tea, and soft drinks is a natural stimulant that combats fatigue and boosts concentration.
Coffee, which contains caffeine, packs magnesium, potassium, manganese, niacin, pantothenic acid, riboflavin, and other nutrients. Caffeine may also prevent weight gain and help with weight loss by suppressing appetite.
However, overconsumption can reverse these benefits. Daily consuming more than 500 to 600 mg of caffeine could lead to irritability, insomnia, nervousness, restlessness, stomach issues, or a fast heartbeat. Caffeine doesn’t directly cause baldness or hair loss. Some even say it positively impacts hair follicles because it prompts hair cells to produce more ATP, an energy form that promotes hair growth.
But, its side effects, like potential weight loss or insomnia, might indirectly cause hair loss. Rapid weight loss stresses your system, leading to telogen effluvium, where hair loss follows physical or emotional stress. Sleep deprivation limits stem cell function, potentially causing hair loss by reducing cell productivity. Both men and women can experience hair loss, with or without caffeine. If changing your caffeine intake doesn’t help your hair loss issue, consider scalp micro pigmentation as a lasting solution.
Scalp micropigmentation is a cosmetic process that can create the natural appearance of a fuller head of hair through injecting small amounts of pigment into the skin. The scalp micropigmentation experts at Hairline Ink can help clients complete their treatment in a relatively short amount of time, often within 2 to 3 sessions!