Does an Itchy Scalp Have an Impact on Hair Loss? Dandruff, Seborrheic Dermatitis, and Treatment

Itchy scalp, does it have an impact on hair loss? Watch this full video and know-how does itchy scalp make difference in your hair loss. Learn more at https://www.advancedtrichology.com/

Recommended shampoo and conditioner for inflammatory hair loss
• HairStem Shampoo: Apply shampoo, massage into the scalp, let sit for 3 minutes. Rinse Repeat a second time. https://www.advancedtrichology.com/collections/hair-care-for-thinning-hair/products/hairstem-dht-blocking-treatment-shampoo/?rfsn=4043086.8a86fb
• Scalp Therapy Conditioner: use after the shampoo, massage in, let sit for 3 mins, Rinse. https://www.advancedtrichology.com/collections/hair-care-for-thinning-hair/products/advanced-trichology-scalp-treatment-conditioner/?rfsn=4043086.8a86fb

Vitamin Recommendation: https://amzn.to/37OR5KE

An itchy scalp is a problem for hair loss, and I’ll explain why.
There is never a time when an itchy scalp is a good thing.
There are so many microbials that are living inside your scalp that contribute to itching and inflammation. Some of these microbes include fungus, bacteria, and Demodex. Demodex in particular feed on sebum, the greasy oil in and around your hair shaft.
Other inflammatory scalp conditions include dandruff, seborrheic dermatitis, and psoriasis. In particular, seborrheic dermatitis can cause you to lose hair. Psoriasis does not necessarily lead to hair loss but it greatly contributes to an uncomfortable feeling that, again known as an itchy scalp.

Ultimately, if your scalp is itching, you need to find a solution.
Fortunately, an itchy scalp that is caused by microbial conditions can be cured by getting your nutritional levels correct. Your scalp is the last line of defense when it comes to your immune system. Optimal nutritional blood levels increase your immune state to help fight off the scalp microbials.
Vitamin D3, Zinc, and Ferritin (Iron) are excellent in fighting itchy scalp to fend off microbials.
Itching can be a sign that the key nutrients in your blood are not optimal..
Always make sure you use the right shampoo and the right conditioners to help prevent itchy scalp.
The only acceptable oils to put on your scalp are Virgin Coconut Oil and Castor Oil.
Avoid Jojoba oil, Argan Oil and Peanut/Sesame Oil.

Conclusion:
Prolonged itching of the scalp can create ongoing persistent hair loss.

Blood Tests:
• Ferritin: https://www.advancedtrichology.com/products/ferritin-test/?rfsn=4043086.8a86fb
• Vit D3: https://www.advancedtrichology.com/products/vitamin-d-25-hydroxy-calcidiol-blood-test/?rfsn=4043086.8a86fb

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Chapters:
0:00 Itchy Scalp
0:29 Reasons for Itchy Scalp
0:49 Dandruff, Seborrheic Dermatitis, Psoriasis
1:36 Itchy Scalp and Hair Loss
2:01 How to Fix and Itchy Scalp
3:23 Shampoo and Conditioner for Itchy Scalp
3:37 Oils for the Scalp
4:16 Nutrition and Itchy Scalp Treatment
5:00 Scalp Itching and hair loss conclusion

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