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People suffering from diabetes can face a range of health issues, hair loss being one of them.Although hair loss can be caused by a variety of factors such as stress, hormonal imbalance, underlying medical conditions,hair loss due to elevated sugar levels in people remains very common around the world.

Some people may confuse natural hair loss due to regrowth cycle with a developing hair loss condition. So, it is best that you refrain from self-diagnosis and consult a hair loss expert to properly evaluate your condition.

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Having diabetes can also cause you to lose morehair than usual. ... People with diabetes are more likely to have a condition called alopecia areata. With alopecia, the immune system attacks the hairfollicles, leading to patches of hair loss on the head and on other parts of the body, While there's not a lot of research connecting high-sugar diets with hair loss, experts know that sugar promotes inflammation. When people eat sugar or carbs,the sugar floods the blood, causing a spike of insulin and androgens, which bind tohair follicles and cause the hair to fall out.

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People with diabetes are more likely to have a condition called alopecia areata. With alopecia, the immune system attacks the hair follicles, leading to patches of hair loss on the head and on other parts of the body. ... Some people with diabetes also have thyroid disease, which can contribute to hair loss.

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My aunt has diabetes for years but her hair is very thick but yes, in some cases it could happen. Nowadays, depression and hormonal balance are also causing hair loss in many youngsters. 

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There are many reasons behind Hair fall. Maybe stress, hypertension, high pollution, scalp issue, a poor diet can cause hair loss etc. Along with your regular hair care routine, you should also apply hair mask as well. Try chemical free homemade hair mask. At least once in a month for better result. 

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