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     We loose it… If you loose more than 100 hairs a day you have to consult a doctor – an expert in hair. The reason for loosing hair can be irregularities in the digestive system, thyroid gland, adrenals; it can be a long and severe diet. Gradually using nicotine, drinking alcohol and chronic diseases lead to the thinning of hair. The female hormone estrogen is responsible for thick hair. But after childbirth, during breast-feeding, and at the time of menopause estrogen increases and hair begins to fall out. The wrong contraception can lead to such problems too. Endocrinologists and gynecologists will help you to solve this problem.

     The right detector If you notice some troubles with hair you can make a spectrum analysis of your hair. It will help to find chronic diseases and the risk of some diseases that are still not evident. Blood tests cannot always show it, because it reveals the content of microelements at the moment of testing. But if the day before you ate food rich with some elements then the next day, the content of these elements would be normal. But later the level of them will lower again. In your hair the elements accumulate day by day and analysis will demonstrate the state of your health for long period.

     mso-ansi-language:EN-US">The third test can define the content of 20-30 elements. According to the level of their concentration, we can find some pathological processes in your body. If the concentration of some microelements is high in your hair but in your blood it is low, it means that your blood can’t keep this element. And it means that sooner or later you’ll have the deficiency of this element in your body.

         S mso-ansi-language:EN-US">kin, hair and nails diseases, lowered immunity, allergies, hypertension, cardiovascular diseases, osteoporosis, anemia, dysbacteriosis of bowels and gastritis are closely connected with a imbalance of microelements in the body. But even after spectrum analysis you shouldn’t start treatment on your own because you should know how to combine vitamins and microelements. For example, calcium displaces zinc and phosphorus; iron counteracts copper and zinc; manganese blocks magnesium and copper.

         Nails Testing the nails you can recognize many diseases in your body. But before getting diagnosed, you should be sure you don’t have a fungus infection.

     *If you don’t use nail polish but your nails have a yellow shadow it means that something is wrong with your liver. A red color shows the excess of erythrocytes, a blue color demonstrates that you have a weak heart. If your nails are too pale it is a symptom of anemia.

     *A thumb is connected with brains and skull; forefinger is connected with lungs; middle finger – with a small intestine; forth finger – with a kidney; and little finger – with a heart.

White spots on the forth fingernail show that you have deposits of calcium in a kidney; on a forefinger – accumulation of calcium in lungs. If you have white spots on every nail that means that you have a lack of zinc and something is wrong with your nervous system.

     *Cross furrows appear after infectious diseases, operations and diets.

     *Bulging nails may signal a weakness of heart and lungs.

     *Large white demilunes at the roots of your nails show the predisposition to tachycardia. The absence of demilunes indicates a lack of vital strengths.

     *Flat and curved nails indicate asthma and bronchitis.

     *Nails can be ‘curly’ because of deficient blood flow to your fingers or because of a bad manicure.

     *If your nails crack too often, it means you might have some disease of the endocrine system, liver, bile-excreting ways or some skin diseases. Fragile nails indicate that there is lack of vitamins B, D, iron and calcium.

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