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  • Anonymus said on September 7, 2011

    I’m 13 but my hair is falling off, RAPIDLY.
    I hate alcohol so I can’t find other reasons why my hair is falling off.

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    • anil said on September 18, 2011

      hi guyz,
      with my experience i can say that hair loss is mostly due to inheritence from either of you parents..and to save hair wht ever u have you can go for few things approved by the state governments and from researches,
      minidoxil
      finasteride
      nizoral shampoo for anti dandruff
      healthy food and moderate consumption of alcohol
      and try avoiding stressful environment.
      i think these things should shw a good result.

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      • Beth said on October 18, 2011

        Hi Everyone,

        This website is very relieving. I really believe that alcoholism, stress and hairloss have correlation to one another. First off, I started with my new job about 8 months before I started shedding. I have big responsibility with my job and caused me so much stress. In addition, my mom had stroke, which is a co-incidence. As to the alcohol, I have always drank 1 glass of red wine every weekend (no more than that). During these 8 months, we were sent to job training out of State and stayed at the hotel where food and wine are free. My colleagues always have drink at dinner so this forced me to have a glass of red wine as well to socialize. The training took 2 weeks and during those weeks, I had drank a glass of wine almost every night. After the training, I came home and after three days, I noticed my hair was falling out like crazy. (I used to have a very dark, thick, and long hair that strangers would look at my hair and ask what shampoo I use. Some stranger even asked me if I could model his hair salon.) My hair has been falling out for 2 months now. During the first month, I went to see a doctor. Doctor tested me for lupus and thyroid disorder. All turned to be fine. Doctor simply prescribed me with a Clobitasol Topical Foam. She said there is nothing she could do to stop the falling but the foam will help my hair grow back. I probably lost about 80% of my hair (in two months – so scary!) that I now wear a wig. (No one can tell I wear wig because I selected one that is very similar to my own hair color and style.) I have been using the Clobitasol Topical Foam for 2 months now. I can see baby hairs on my scalp and even my doctor and husband confirmed that.

        Within these two months, I still have a glass of red wine twice a week. Not until now, after I visited this site that I decided to quit. Fortunately, I am not addicted to alcohol so I should have no problem quitting. I started drinking red wine since I read on internet that it is supposed to be good for our health. Now, my first priority is to get my full head of hair — not to be healthy from the red wine. I will come back later on for updates and hopefully, I will have something to inspire some people with the same problem.

        Good luck, Everyone…

        Beth

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        • Ericin said on November 2, 2011

          I did a web search on this topic when I thought I noticed my hair growing in slightly thicker after I stopped drinking. i have been a heavy drinker for many years and have very thin hair now. So can easily notice if there is any apparent increase in what few folicles i do have. I quit drinking totally 2 or 3 months ago..and one day in the mirror I began to suspect I had a few more folicles growing in here and there than I did before. Had never heard of any correlation between alcohol and hair loss, so my suspicion of a hair loss – alcohol connection was entirely based upon my own experience, and led to this google search. Wish I had known of this possible correlation 20 years ago! Now, I do have high stress as well as some baldness in the family, so alcohol is not the only factor for me. And on the other side: a friend is a ‘functioning alcholic’ = drinks about 6 to 8 pints in a pub daily and he has enough hair on his head for 5 people. So there must be some individual dependencies/variances.

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          • Rebecca said on January 13, 2012

            wow. i read all of these posts, especially the womens, all the way back to 2005! last night i was thinking about my thinning hair as usual, and i was wondering was it the beer. it had to be the beer. maybe the hops. 3 years ago my husband started home brewing, and likes really hoppy beer. i started drinking it every day…ironically thinking it would help my naturally thin, fine hair grow thicker and lovelier with all its natural ingredients and brewers yeast. i thought it would be a tonic! now i see the part in my hair is widening alarmingly, and there’s not enough hair to adequately cover my head, particularly in the bright sun.
            here’s what i learned: hops are phytoestrogens. there’s one thing. (makes your boobs big which ironically again, i don’t want) beer also increases prolactin levels which DECREASE testosterone. to hold on to the testosterone in an attempt to balance, it does not get broken down and eliminated properly, causing an increase in DHT levels. we all know about DHT.
            so, if i read and learned correctly- beer is a bust! (hahahahaha, sorry, that was funny). home brew especially because it is real beer with real hops. i doubt that coors light is really causing too many problems, but as so many of you have pointed out, alcohol in any form stresses the body.
            i’m not realistically expecting hair regrowth to be noticible for 6 months. but i am relieved to think it can be possible.
            will also be taking saw palmetto to stop the dht, and biotin, b-6, zinc, C, and MSM (methyl sulphonyl methanel) supplements.
            good luck to everyone. and as someone else said, try NOT to stress about your hair. you are loved no matter what.

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            • Sarah said on February 15, 2012

              I am a heavy drinker I drink vodka and I have been losing my hair for a year.I was told my magniesium was low and that could be linked to alcoholism.I am freaking out so I tend to drink more and I lost my job so I think there is a link between alcohol and hair loss. If anyone has these same issues I would like to hear about them.

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              • Ed said on May 4, 2012

                So glad that this website is here. I’m 41. Have always had a good hairline but about 5 years ago I started thinning on top. I’ve always had a noticeable crown and that has become more noticeable as well.

                I’ve been a moderate drinker all my adult life and drunk tea most days up until I couldn’t deal with the caffeine anymore. It made me very anxious, even in small amounts.

                I’ve found that alcohol makes my hair very much thinner and my scalp sore the next day. It also makes my hair greyer. The same can be said for caffeine, except the greyness is even worse.

                I’m very much into fitness and alternative medicine like herbs and vitamins. I did some reading and found that wheatgrass is great for hair. I tried it and noticed a change the next day. It just looked and felt healthier. So I have a sachet of that each day in water. The grey I get is not as bad.

                I also love Biotin. That also has an effect in quite a short time. There are plenty of videos on Youtube about biotin and wheatgrass in connection with hair.

                I think the key to all of this and so many other ailments is inflammation. Arthritis, diabetes, asthma to name but three are inflammatory diseases.

                To maintain our health and our hair I believe we have to avoid man-made poisons and stick to the food that God/Mother Nature provided for us.

                Good luck to everyone.

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                • Ed said on May 4, 2012

                  Just to follow on from my last message, I have also bought a juicer. That has a great effect on my hair as well. Celery, cucumber and carrot all do wonders, plus juicing makes you look and feel great.

                  Also, drink plenty of water.

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                  • rob said on September 29, 2012

                    I started to go bald before i even started drinking. I’ve never taken drugs, (apart from flu and cough medicine). I bloomin well hate my baldness, i used to look at pictures of myself when i was 14-21 and i think How the hell??? im 32 now and haven’t had my photo taken since i was 21. I still hardly drink now.

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                    • Georgie said on October 17, 2012

                      I can personaly confirm that drinking causes immediate hair loss and also that the reverse (stopping alcohol) is true. I stopped drinking for 3 months and not only had more hair, I also had thicker livelier hair. Instead of dry, formless thin strands, I had hair that stood well on its own. So the solution for me is very simple with the effects being immediate – the number of strands is only part of the solution to a thicker head of hair. Healthier, thicker strands make up for what lacks in numbers. Try it one day at a time – total abstinance is required for full effects. Small amounts upsets your ability to make precise observations. Good luck – it works for me and I believe it is the healthiest solution.

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                      • Kathleen said on October 27, 2012

                        I do believe there is a correlation between alcohol (and smoking) with hair loss. I have been drinking somewhat heavily (a half to 3/4 of a bottle a wine 4 to 5 nights a week) for the past couple of years. This is partly due to several life events occuring very close to each other (divorce, being scammed by a con artist and the death of my father). Alcoholism also runs on both sides of my family, so that doesn’t help.

                        I’ve noticed the last 6 months or so my hair getting thinner on the top (behind my hair line and sides. It is to the point where I can see my scalp through fairly bright light. I have very long thick hair which has been my most positive attribute so this is very disconcerning and scary.

                        I also started the nasty, filthy habit of smoking on top it but have tapered of on that recently and only have one or two a couple of days a week. I have added biotin to my vitamin intake and am now going to try to cut down on the alcohol consumption. I will also report back in a few months.

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                        • Kathleen said on October 27, 2012

                          I just read through my post and I apologize for the typos.

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                          • Sam W said on December 21, 2012

                            I have been losing my hair for almost 8 years now and have suspected alcohol to be a factor. At the time I started I was living in california, enjoying the wine and beers of the state with family/friends. I would say I averaged about 2 beers a day (usually 6+% alcohol beers) and wine 3-4 times a week.

                            My hair thinned in the typical pattern, at the temples and crown. I also noticed my hair wasn’t growing on top. For the last 2 years I have only had the sides trimmed, because the hairs on top grow so slowly. Has anyone else experienced this? It literally just seemed to stop growing on top.

                            I stopped drinking back in October for 3 weeks and noticed a decrease in shedding. I got back into my old drinking routine and the shedding increased again. I havent had a drink in 4 weeks and my hair is doing much better. Before I stopped drinking the shedding had gotten so bad I went to a dermatologist and was diagnosed with telogen effluvium (basically diffuse shedding all over the head).

                            I feel confident my hair is starting to do better, even look better but I realize it is far too early to say anything definite. I will post back in a few months and let you all know how it goes.

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                            • lolli said on February 4, 2013

                              i would like to further confirm what’s been said from above writer that the next morning after heavy drinking me myself did see lots more hair fallen off as compared to the days no drink of alcohol at all.

                              the thinning hair has been a problem for years, and i had blood test and shown deficiency in calcium and zinc, and i not too sure of calcium, but zinc do affects the growth of hair. and if continuously drinking, then absorption of nutrients definitely hindered. i have tried extra virgin oil and grapeseed oil for a week on my hair, but i felt losing more, mabe cos they were supposed to be fallen off anyway. and it’s only a week i tried anyway. but currently trying to find alternative oil, argan oil. jojobo oil, giving nutrients to scalp. and i just realised years i avoid drinking pure water, i always had teas, etc, always favoured. now i will go for more drinking just water now, to rid of the toxic accumulated from alcohol and other things environmental and chemicals. and to stay away from alcohol. as even moderately drinking during the week, but as accumulated, also affects the growing of hair, or actually the existant of follicles thats most important. anyway, wil come back to post later, see if any changes.

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                              • kevin said on March 20, 2013

                                hey everyone i all feel ur pain. i just want to give my 2 cents.. Does alcohol increase hair loss…. not sure, im a heavy drinker , but take many supplements. lets put it this way hair loss and im talking much loss can take place in as little as 2-4 weeks out of the blue and then not lose much or very little for a year or maybe 2 then bang out of the friggin blue tons more hair loss and so on so not sure if u can blame alcohol on it as its just how this damn thing seems to progress,, but certainly take some supplements anyway.(btw within a 4 week span just lately again and ive thinned very much off the front all way down the middle and now my scalp and very noticeble . very depressing and very quick but thats way it has always happend)

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                                • kevin said on March 20, 2013

                                  by the way guess i should add that ill be 43 soon

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                                  • kevin said on March 20, 2013

                                    i guess a partial selling point for me on here is the comments the women on this site have made about drink heavily and shedding/losing hair, as i rarely see women with hair problems

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                                    • nzmed said on March 21, 2013

                                      I’m 21 and since the start of the new year i’ve started drinking quite heavily, two bottles of vodka a week and usually a bit more on top of that. There has been two, four day benders and one 11 day bender in that time frame aswell. The past month or two i’ve really noticed my hair is starting to thin and I had never noticed thin hair before this. If I have a binge drinking night, the following day i’ll notice my hair falling out in the shower. So lately i’ve bought Regaine, Nizoral, multivitamins, Biotin and Folic acid and am going to cut out the drinking.

                                      Is it possible to regrow my hair at this age with the right supplements? If my balding keeps going i’m not opposed to shaving my head as I have decent shaped bone structure but at 21 years old i’d really rather keep my hair. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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                                      • Ed said on September 5, 2014

                                        Hi again.

                                        How is everyone doing? Surprised not to see an update recently.

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                                        • mad said on September 23, 2014

                                          I have the hair loss problem too, a woman of 55 , had the mirena coil thought it was that, had it removed but still steadily losing handfulls of hair. stopped colouring my hair 2 years ago so now have grey thinning hair . I take supplements, eat a vegetarian healthy diet, get plenty of exercise , drink water…..not had menopause yet so i guess it can only be the red red wine! and the occasional beer. I drink red wine every night since my dad died 8 years ago, dont consider myself an alcoholic but obviously those 2 glasses are killing my follicles.
                                          So , for 3 days now i have had no alcohol with the intention of cutting it out for a few months and see what happens, …..any feedback from previous comments would be helpful folks! ……did any of you get ya hair back?huh?

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                                          • AK Clinics said on December 10, 2014

                                            Enormous drinking of Alcohol hike estrogen level, High estrogen level result in Hair loss.
                                            In Take of Alcohol in excessive way reduces zinc level in the body. Zinc is essential for hair growth. Due to small level of Zinc Hair growth stops. So a person who drink alcohol regularly in excess must have Hair loss Problem. This problem is not common in all that drink Alcohol.

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                                            • Nicole said on January 11, 2015

                                              Hi all,

                                              Like many others, I was also relieved to find this web page and the many stories from other readers and fellow hair loss sufferers. I used to have a really thick head of hair, but now it really is a shadow of its former glory. My husband was telling me for years that he was finding my hair all over the house (funny how he misses all the other kinds of dust/dirt!), but as I thought my hair was still thick, I didn’t take any notice. It was only when a hairdresser in 2013 asked me if I was on medication as my hair was falling out so much as she was washing it that I started to get worried. And worry I did. My hair has stopped growing for some time I guess..unnoticed, who knows how long. And it has been falling out a lot – I’d say 100-150 hairs every morning when I brush it and more when I wash it. It’s down a bit now, but I reckon that’s only because there is so little of it left to fall out! I thought 150 hairs falling a day was ok, but the hairdresser said, in principle it is, but they shouldn’t all fall out in one go (as they were doing as she washed my hair). So that clears that up.

                                              I did go to a doctor and she prescribed a hair product to help hair grow back – vitamins and biotin, but I had to take 2-3 tablets a day and I just kept forgetting to take them. I should mention at this point I would consider myself to have been a heavy drinker for the last 10 years at least and was a teenage drinker too, before that. But I think now, looking back, my hair first began to show gray hairs when I was 24 and this would correlate with stress in a job I hated and my mother getting cancer, all of which I coped with by drinking. Although, it didn’t really help, as my stress levels were off the charts. Anyway, fast forward to the last couple of years and I realise I have been dealing badly with stress again and even inviting stress into my life, as if I didn’t have enough! I’ve studying in my spare time and I’ve been finding it difficult to concentrate and retain – probably the drink. Oh, and I’m sleeping badly for years! Could that also be the drink? Most definitely!
                                              I have been aware for a couple of years that I need to do something about my drinking habits, but I loved the taste of beer and wine and the comforting habit of it, so I’ve never had the strength do anything about it. But now, an older and wise and follically challenged me has spent the last year telling myself I need to stop drinking so much. And the hair is REALLY bothering me. After reading so many stories here, I decided to just give up for the month of January…so as not to scare myself. Just over ten days in and I’m already thinking I’m going to do this for six months instead minimum. I’m worried about other aspects of health…I shouldn’t be drinking every day as I’m just raising my risk of breast cancer which I know. I consider myself to be fairly intelligent but I just seem to be stupid when it comes to this simple logic – drinking as much as I do on a regular basis is bad for me. I used to be worse, but that doesn’t mean that my better habits were good enough. I used to down a bottle of wine a night easily and then move onto spirits after, and then I got it down to no more than half a bottle a night and then very recently no more than a quarter of a bottle. But I’m not always able to respect those limits and even at that, it is too much. I realise that now. All these articles telling you that a glass of red wine a day is good for you are a load of crap.
                                              In any case, whatever about the hair, I realise now after ten days that drinking makes me overeat vast quantities of food which means that I’m now a much blobbier picture of myself. (I’m not eating half as much and not even inclined to). This gives me very low self esteem, I hate looking in the mirror or shopping for clothes. I have lots of lovely outfits that I just can’t get into at the moment, so this is another good reason to give up the booze until I can get it back into perspective. I’d like to be able to indulge in an occasional glass of wine or beer, but that’s it. I hope I can stay this strong, but I feel good at the moment. This has been a long time coming. I’m just sorry it has taken me this long to get there. But hey, better late than never.
                                              So I’m hoping that my hair will stop falling out so much and even start to grow back. I’m on vitamins to beat the band and have taken notes of suggestions here for liver supplements – thanks to you all. I used to take Evening Primrose Oil, but it was one of those things that fell by the wayside, but I’ll take it up again. And I’m determined to start doing regular yoga and rebounding on my indoor trampoline.
                                              I know that alcohol is not doing me any good as when I see photos of my pale face with red-rimmed eyes surrounded by really deep fine lines, I feel I look haggard. So yes, no booze, lots more water, one cup of coffee a day maximum – I’ve even managed a couple of days without coffee…but I can’t give that up entirely…I really would cry!
                                              But the start of the New Year has been good…it hasn’t been difficult yet. Going on holidays in February, so that will be the first real test, as I’m guessing my husband won’t want to join me in this just yet. But I’m hoping when he sees a happier, healthier me, he might be tempted then. He is also losing hair, so maybe if mine grows back, it will convince him.
                                              I’d also love to hear how some of the previous sharers are getting on – well, I hope. And a big thank you to all who took time to post their story – you have really helped me here.
                                              All the best for 2015 and beyond!
                                              Nicole

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                                              • Lo said on December 2, 2015

                                                I am a woman and recently decided to stop using all hair spray and any other products on my hair. I use Suave Daily Clarifying shampoo and Suave Daily Clarifying conditioner. I have mainly and for years used this combo as they do really clean it the best. I do notice when I have some vodka that it does indeed dry the roots some but since stopping the hair spray and just curling it and letting it be natural my hair loss (and oils and itching ) has gone down 80 to 90%. I have suspected the hair spray as a problem for a long time but being an old school user couldn’t give it up. I am happy I did, my prob is so much improved as stated above, and my scalp breathes better. Now this problem was and has effected my face too. I am losing way way less eye lashes and eye brow hairs. I don’t get the itching on them nearly as much at all now either. I know the hair spray was sticking to them as well. I love this new hair look too. I thought I would never go without spray but I actually look younger and not like Im from a past decade. I wash it every other day and have been only doing this for a week or less and that quickly the prob has improved a ton. Now I did take a couple Benedryl a couple different days and that caused more dryness and some hair loss. I wont take it unless I had to. I have been on generic Valtrex on occasion for cold sores (barely take any) and that also would cause much hair loss and excema. (Among other bad things). When I lived in Houston area I had major problems and was put on Dextramethasone but I still had problems. Moved away from there and within a week or two the hair stopped falling and the skin under my eyes peeled and then heeled. So a lot of this has to do with yeasts. Keeping the balance is key. As far as drinking goes, if you do it within reason, I am under the impression in my case it actually has benefits for me in several ways. I drink some Hawkeye vodka (its the only one that doesn’t make me feel sick) and some regular Coke and it actually heals my skin, also kinda works like a cortisone cream with way less side effects, provides some natural oils being the right amount, and can make me feel calm if necessary. Just saying. Be careful not to over do it. Just think of it more as a medication than to just drink drink drink.

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