Obesity & Hair Fall: Obesity can also cause hair fall, know what research says

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Obesity linked to Hair Fall According to researchers from Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU), one of the reasons for hair loss can also be obesity. According to research, people who consume fatty diets have more hair fall than those who take a normal diet.

 Obesity is such a fast-growing disease that getting rid of it is a bit difficult task. Obesity not only harms health but also affects hair. You know that due to increasing obesity, your hair becomes weak and starts falling fast, this fact has been revealed in a study. According to researchers from Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU), one of the reasons for hair loss can also be obesity.

Researchers have uncovered a molecular mechanism that suggests that obesity can lead to thinning hair. In the study, which included mice, researchers found that the stem cells within the hair follicles behaved differently in the mice consuming the fatty diet than in the mice on the normal diet. Inflammatory signals in stem cells caused these differences, which lead to thinning and loss of hair. These fascinating data shed light on the complex link between obesity and organ dysfunction. According to the study, obesity is the root of heart disease, sugar, and many other diseases.

How obesity causes hair fall:

According to the researchers, obesity causes a deficiency of hair follicle stem cells, due to which the hair follicles are unable to regenerate and damage the hair follicles. Study lead author Hironobu Morinaga says a fatty diet accelerates hair thinning by reducing hair follicle stem cells.

Hair breakage and regeneration process:

Normally hair follicle stem cells (HFSC) generate hair on their own. Hair breaks from above and stem cells keep making new ones from below. This process is continuous on its own. With age - In HFSC, the ability to regenerate hair decreases. This leads to hair thinning. However, people with obesity also have a higher risk of androgenic alopecia. How obesity causes hair thinning and what is the process It is not known whether this would have happened.TMDU aims to find out this process.