Hair Loss And Frequent Headaches?
Good night. About 2 months ago I was sick with typhus symptoms and was treated. When I was sick with typhus symptoms, I also felt a headache over there. After I checked, there was a slowdown in my right brain. Now I am cured, but my hair is experiencing unusual hair loss. Does the cause of my hair loss have anything to do with my illness? How to handle it. Please explain. thanks.
Good Morning Juhara,
Thank you for the question.
About 100 hair loss per day is normal, but if the hair loss exceeds this normal amount, of course you need to watch out. Many conditions can cause hair loss, namely:
The side effects of certain drugs, such as drugs to treat arthritis, medications for depression, heart problems, and high blood pressure. If you feel you are using the drug, discuss it with the doctor who prescribed it. The effect of nutrition, poor nutritional intake can make the hair grow thin and brittle, for example lack of zinc and protein Psychological problems, such as stress, depression, after major surgery, new recover from infectious diseases. This can happen to your condition. Therefore simple relaxation tips are needed at home, and it may take some time for the recovery period. Besides doing relaxation, you can also do the following tips:
Improve nutritional intake, consume 2-3 servings of meat per day or 4-5 servings of protein (plus a combination of milk and processed, nuts), also consume sources of omega-3 fatty acids. These fatty acids are obtained from chicken eggs, fish meat, seeds, and nuts. Omega-3 fatty acids are nutritious for the scalp and reduce inflammation. Make sure you don't experience iron deficiency by eating green vegetables. Style your hair well, avoid tying your hair too tightly, don't frequently use a hair straightener, hair dryer, or a variety of chemicals for your hair. to the doctor huh.
May be useful.