Home Health Hair loss treatment: Address an underlying iron deficiency to boost hair growth

Hair loss treatment: Address an underlying iron deficiency to boost hair growth


Slow, chronic blood loss could also cause an iron deficiency – from a peptic ulcer, for example.

Signs of an iron deficiency include: extreme fatigue, weakness, pale skin, and chest pain.

A person with iron deficiency may experience a fast heartbeat or shortness of breath.

Other symptoms could include headaches, dizziness or lightheadedness, cold hands and feet, and an inflamed, sore tongue.



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