Hair loss is a common problem that can affect not only a person’s appearance but also their self-esteem.
Androgenetic alopecia, also known as male or female pattern baldness, is the most common cause of hair loss.
According to a 2016 study published in Anais Brasileiros de Dermatologia, hair loss affects 67.1 percent of men and 23.9 percent of women. Hair loss can also indicate other health problems in the body.
Certain vitamin deficiencies can cause hair loss, but correcting the deficiency can actually fix the problem.
Of all the nutrients and B vitamins you consume, biotin is the one most commonly associated with hair loss.
In many studies, people with hair loss have shown clinical improvement after taking biotin. A regular intake also prevents nails from becoming brittle, and it can help lower blood sugar in diabetics.
Biotin is included in a balanced diet, so deficiency is usually genetic.
Biotin deficiency can also be triggered in people who smoke, take antibiotics and certain acne medications.
00:19 Benefits of biotin
00:47 Improves the skin
01:03 Good for the nails
01:47 Good for the hair
02:19 Biotin food sources
02:39 Biotin deficiency symptoms
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