Many Americans suffer from various food allergies. Some people have very mild reactions, such as swelling, while allergies can be deadly for others. Hair loss is a potential effect of allergies, but is there science to back it up?
There’s no direct connection between food allergies and hair loss. While allergies might occasionally cause alopecia areata (often due to sudden, extreme stress), repeated reactions must cause this. Many types of alopecia delay the response by weeks or months. Conditions like hormonal imbalances linked to food allergies can cause hair loss.
Furthermore, food allergies can also affect your eating and may lead to specific nutrient imbalances. In this case, especially with protein, zinc, and iron, a lack of nutrients from the scalp can lead to hair loss.
Whether you are suffering from hair loss due to a nutrient deficiency, a stressful event, or just genetics and old age, many hair loss treatments promise results. Only some treatments deliver promised results, and many are costly in the long run.
A physical treatment known as scalp micro pigmentation injects small amounts of pigment into the skin. By creating the appearance of a fuller-looking head of hair, those with thinner hair can make a full-looking head of hair, and those who are bald can create a no-maintenance, freshly-shaven look to their liking. With 2-3 sessions and minimal side effects, scalp micro pigmentation provides a lasting hair loss solution.