6 Things Your Hair Says About Your Health

Let’s talk about 6 Things Your Hair Says About Your Health. Does it let you know when you’re stressed? What exactly is thyroid disease? Could losing my hair be a sign of unhealthy skin? Wait, what’s ‘Cushing’s Syndrome’? We’re talking all that AND more…

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Intro – 0:00
1.Brittle Hair Could Mean Cushing’s Syndrome – 00:32
2.Eat More Protein – 01:45
3.Oh No, It’s Dandruff! – 02:39
4.Anemia – 04:19
5.How About That Thyroid? – 05:41
6.Gray Hair = Super Stressed – 06:48


1. Brittle Hair Could Mean Cushing’s Syndrome
Brittle hair is quite common. This is when your hair looks weak, split-ended and dry. You’ll notice a second after gazing into the mirror. While you may think it just needs a quick brush, this could actually be a sign that you are suffering from Cushing’s syndrome.

2. Eat More Protein
Sudden hair loss could be a sign that you aren’t getting enough protein. While the amount of protein you need varies based on several factors, it is suggested you eat a healthy amount each day. For most adults, this is suggested to be around 1 grams of protein for every pound.

3. Oh No, It’s Dandruff!
It’s pretty straightforward, you guys. Those white and yellow flakes in your hair… That’s dandruff! For those who don’t know what this is, be thankful you don’t have to deal with it. Actually, maybe you do and you just don’t realize. It’s been suggested that 1 in every 5 people have some form of dandruff.

4. Anemia
This is where things can get really scary. Sudden and unexpected hair loss can be a sign of anemia. Anemia is a condition where your body lacks the proper red blood cells due to a lack of iron. As a result, your body’s tissues won’t be getting enough oxygen. It will leave you feeling extreme fatigue as well as several other serious symptoms.

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