Causes Of Hair Loss And Dizziness?
I am 18 years old, my blood pressure is 180, I feel dizzy often and even every time my hair falls out. guess what dizziness and hair loss is the effect of high blood pressure ?? or is there something else ??
Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Hypertension (blood pressure over 120/80 mmHg), although it is not impossible, is actually very rare for people under the age of 35 like you. As for hypertension at a young age. Based on the cause, hypertension can be classified into 2, namely essential hypertension whose exact cause is unknown, and secondary hypertension that can occur associated with kidney disorders, hormonal imbalances, consumption of drugs, drugs, to alcohol. Sedentary lifestyle, obesity, excessive alcohol and salt consumption are thought to be important factors triggering hypertension at a young age.
Hypertension can indeed cause sufferers to experience dizziness. However, dizziness and hair loss can also occur due to other causes, such as stress, impaired hormonal balance, fatigue, viral or bacterial infections, malignancies, chronic diseases, immune disorders, and so on. Diagnosing hypertension must not be arbitrary. A blood pressure check is needed at least 3 times in 2 different situations (at rest and after activity) before definitive treatment can be given.
Therefore, you should check yourself back to the doctor, yes. In order to evaluate the cause of your dizziness and loss, your doctor may also refer you to a dermatologist or internal medicine.
For now, you can live the following tips:
Be diligent shampoo 1-2 times a day with a special anti-loss shampoo
Always take care of your scalp health
Get used to eating regularly, drinking enough, and set the time to sleep and wake up with discipline every day
Calm yourself, don't be sad or stressed too much
Limit consumption of foods high in salt, multiply eating foods high in potassium (for example bananas)
Maintain your ideal body weight, exercise regularly
Don't modify excessive hair
Do not carelessly take medication before seeing a doctor
Hope this helps ...