Covid Hair Loss
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Covid Hair Loss
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How to Combat Hair Loss After Covid
What is COVID hair loss?
We are all still learning about the consequences of COVID-19 on the body. It is an aggressive virus which can cause damage to the whole body, including new evidence from hair specialists, dermatologists and the press to suggest that some people have experienced hair loss after COVID.
COVID is known to impact the hair, gut and skin and can result in excessive hair shedding. Your immune system has been fighting the virus or stress and strain and as a result hair has been deprived of essential vitamins and minerals, contributing to hair shedding. As well as recovering from COVID, many people have been under severe psychological strain during the pandemic causing fear, panic and worry which can lead to hair thinning.
The International Association of Trichologists has identified two different types of hair loss due to COVID: diffuse hair loss and alopecia areata. If you suffer from these conditions, then you might feel exhausted by the virus or emotional strain due to the pandemic and may be experiencing distress at hair loss due to COVID.
On the other hand, hair shedding, or Telogen Effluvium (TE) can be activated by infection, shock, trauma or medication. It typically begins 2-4 months after a triggering event. Your hair loss may seem more severe in some areas of the scalp than others. This is an incredibly upsetting situation, experienced by both men and women alike.
Covid hair loss can look different for everyone, while some people have reported significant hair loss as a result of covid, others have just noticed an overall impact on the condition of their hair, leading to thin, prone to breakage strands. Both of which can be distressing. It's important to recognise that while supplements cannot cure covid hair loss, we can help manage symptoms.
However, don't feel discouraged, while we're still learning about ways to manage these symptoms, ensuring you have a nutrient dense diet and incorporating natural hair regrowth treatment that will nourish your scalp and hair follicles is going to be vital to rebuilding your hair strength over time.
How can adding supplements to your daily routine help with hair loss after COVID?
There is no quick fix with any hair loss condition but giving your body the time, it needs to recover while supporting it with natural, carefully formulated hair loss supplements packed with vitamins and minerals is at the heart of our vision at Simone Thomas Wellness.
The Simone Thomas Wellness Ginkgo Biloba B+ supplement contains natural powerhouse ingredients such as ginkgo biloba, vitamin B complex including folic acid, vitamin B12 and botanicals. Ginkgo Biloba is valued as an essential element in enabling hair regrowth after COVID.
With antioxidant properties, they work to nourish damaged hair follicles and cells in the scalp, while also providing protection from various toxins that can further damage the hair. Often when hair loss symptoms occur, it's a sign that there are other issues going on in the body, i.e. stress, anxiety, illness which can cause our hair to fall out. Ginkgo biloba helps to improve the body’s response to stress and anxiety, to encourage hair regrowth and strengthen the condition of our hair. Discover how you can achieve nourished, strong, healthy hair with Ginkgo Biloba B+.
For many, covid doesn't just impact our hair. It can play havoc on our immunity, our gut health and lead to daily discomfort. To help combat these symptoms, why not try our 3 step Ginkgo Biloba plan. The plan comes complete with a months supply of Ginkgo Biloba B+, Super Greens to detoxify and boost your immunity and Everyday Wellness, a rich probiotic to support your gut health. Ideal for those that want to regain optimal health post-covid.
Discover Your Personalised Hair Loss Supplement
By taking the time to find the most effective, natural and caring supplement plan you can help to rebuild your health from the inside out. Simone Thomas, hair loss consultant, nutrition advisor and founder of Simone Thomas Wellness supplements has put together the recommended supplement plan with nourishing ingredients to help de-stress the body and combat covid hair loss.
Discover how our expertly formulated Ginkgo Biloba supplement, specifically designed with the right nutrients to address covid hair loss can encourage healthy hair regrowth so you can get back to nourished, healthy hair. Save 20% off by subscribing to a monthly order of Ginkgo Biloba B+ , delivered straight to your door each month.
For optimal health, try our 3-Step-Plan with Ginkgo Biloba, Super Greens & Everyday Wellness to support your entire body. For more help or guidance on the health of your hair, contact the Simone Thomas Wellness team.
Over the past twelve months we have had a huge increase of in hair loss clients suffering from Covid hair loss and part of their journey with us in Simone Thomas Salon is to run various tests. For each one so far, the body has showed a lot of inflammation and weakness. Through Bioenergetics, nutrition and some lifestyle changes with adjustments to food choices we have seen a huge improvement in overall wellbeing and the condition of the hair.
Supplements to start feeling good today!
Our multi-award winning Ginkgo Biloba B+ is expertly formulated to combat hair loss after COVID and encourage healthy hair regrowth. Watch our video as Simone explains the benefits of Ginkgo Biloba B+ to encourage hair regrowth for anyone suffering from COVID Hair Loss.
RECOMMENDATIONS TO HELP THE CONDITION:
- 2 dessert spoons of ground flax seed daily
- A liquid Vitamin D3 complete supplement
- NAC supplement. NAC can relieve symptoms of respiratory conditions by acting as an antioxidant and expectorant, loosing mucus in your air passageways. As an antioxidant, NAC helps replenish glutathione levels in your lungs and reduces inflammation in your bronchial tubes and lung tissue.
- Incorporate plenty of Omega 3’s into your diet to reduce inflammation. Foods include, flaxseed, fish (salmon, mackerel, tuna, herring and sardines), nuts and seeds including walnuts and chia seeds.
NUTRIENTS TO AVOID
During the period of recovery, Simone recommends reducing foods that can cause inflammation in the body, foods such as white potatoes, peppers, aubergines, chillies, paprika and tomatoes.