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Alcohol And Hair Loss

Posted by Melanie Elaine on
Alcohol And Hair Loss

Today we're going to talk about alcohol and hair loss. You all may not want to hear this, but I think it will be helpful. I adore a great glass of wine. So there is no judgment here, just information.

First of all, we are going to start with what is excessive alcohol use? Excessive use varies on whom you speak to or if you have a medical condition. Any amount of alcohol may be deemed excessive. For the average healthy female, one to two drinks a day is the maximum. For a man, two to three. What is a standard drink? A standard glass is only five ounces of wine, not a huge goblet. It is a lot less wine than you think. So, be aware that if you are having a drink, it's one drink, not three drinks in one glass.

When you drink alcohol, it can interfere with nutrient absorption, and it can take the nutrients out of your system. The other thing that can happen is people consuming their calories through alcohol. They are getting less food. Less food means fewer nutrients. You are therefore depriving your body of nutrients times two. How does alcohol deprive your body of nutrients?

Well, it does it in many ways. It can increase the acid in your system. If your system is out of balance, it can be difficult for you to absorb the nutrients you're eating. The other thing is too much alcohol can destroy and disrupt the stomach's lining. Alcohol is inflammatory; it flares up the cells. That is why it can age you prematurely. It can also lead to a decreased rate of hair growth. To find out more read our other blogs on this topic.

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