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You won’t see any changes in your hair growth immediately, and it can take up to several months to notice a difference.


However, after a few months, the oil glands on the scalp will improve, and you may notice that your hair is healthier, shinier, and more moisturised.


Your hair may not break as often, either, as supplements can reduce the brittleness of the strands.

Lots of men will experience hair thinning at some point in their lives, and although there are numerous treatments to patch up the problem, they can be expensive.


Biotin is a key supplement for hair growth.


By stimulating the keratin production in your hair, biotin can help to rebuild damaged hair follicles and increase their growth.


Vitamins B, C, D and E can aid cell growth, promote blood circulation, collagen production in addition to repairing and creating new tissue, essential for growth, while iron and omega-3 can improve hair density, shine, and volume.

Iron helps to carry oxygen to your red blood cells, which can make it an essential mineral for lots of functions, including hair growth.


Having anaemia, which is often the result of an iron deficiency, is a common cause of hair loss, especially in women.


If your body lacks the correct amount of iron to make enough red blood cells, the oxygen they create will be prioritized by your vital organs rather than your hair follicles.


Without enough oxygen, your hair follicles cease to function properly, and your hair may fall out.

The trouble with a vitamin D deficiency is that it isn't always easy to spot.


Symptoms of a vitamin D deficiency can be subtle and you may not realise that you are deficient.


Signs of a vitamin D deficiency can include:


  • Fatigue or tiredness
  • Bone, joint or muscle pain
  • Low mood or energy
  • Being frequently ill
  • Feeling anxious
  • Irritability
  • Weight gain
  • Hair loss


A deficiency in children and babies can be quite dangerous, as it can lead to a disease called rickets.


This is a serious bone problem that can cause complications, such as bowed legs.

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