#covid #telogeneffluvium #hairloss
I suppose the long story short here is, I just had to let it runs its course. And continued to do what I always do. I was no joke losing 300 hairs a day easily somedays easily 500. Just gobs and gobs.. Its supposed to take a year for it to grow back and get thicker, but I think how my hair looks now is a testament that taking care of yourself is very important. No shit eh? Because certainly I remember when I was younger and I had my thyroid nuked, and all this other stuff was going on, I lost most my hair and it took 2 years to grow back to the point I was using topic to make it look I had more hair than I did.. and now despite still being in and out of hospital with tons of health issues, ive been able to keep a lot of hair. Of course sadly on one hand I keep myself ridiculous healthy, as its a necessity to keep myself alive. But I think it does to go to show that every little bit helps.
Ill put some links if your curious about the kinda shampoo and supplements I use for hair loss specifically.
https://amzn.to/3gD0kDs Tricomin, best shampoo to get if you are a person who leans towards needing a copper shampoo instead of a zinc person. Not the norm. But there are studies that this kinda person exists and I am one of them. Also not as good as old formula and more expensive but it is what it is.
https://amzn.to/36LNkcE Revita… another shampoo I liked till they put ketoconzaole back in.. normally though this is probably good for most people as the majority of the population probably could benefit from it, but again just my luck im one of the people that is pretty sensitive to it and have had even outright really bad reactions before.
https://amzn.to/3wINn0w Biotin.. I normally just take a couple.. some people go crazy and take like 5,000+ but i normally just keep it to a 1000 or 2 since i already try to eat healthy in the first place obviously so…
https://amzn.to/2SEOnnK https://amzn.to/3iQGNks viviscal.. theres a dude and a girl version.. I actually take the girl version since im prone to becoming anemic from chronic disease anyway plus its generally cheaper to get anyway…