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You don't have to stop taking it altogether, but don't assume that if one is good for keeping you healthy, two will be twice as good.
Monitor your medication regularly with your doctor.
Vitamin CThe problem: 'Very many people take vitamin C to prevent colds,' says trichologist Philip Kingsley. Although the body is said to flush out excess vitamin C, there are side-effects.
'Overdosing on vitamin C affects the reproduction in the scalp and the skin cells, and increases the levels of pityrosporon ovale yeasts that cause flaky, inflamed scalps.'The solution: Moderate your intake of vitamin C to a glass of orange juice a day or one pill a day.
When it's too slow, women tend to gain weight and feel lethargic.
Eat iron-rich food such as leafy vegetables and red meat.
With a hyperactive thyroid the reproduction of the hair follicle cells speeds up, hair falls out in handfuls and you can lose hundreds of hairs a day.
It is impossible to replace them as fast as they are being lost, resulting in hair thinning.
Vitamin E The problem: Excessive vitamin E, used as a powerful antioxidant, can lower the absorption of iron in the body.
As with aspirin, this can result in a mild anaemia which can cause brittle hair and hair loss in a few cases.