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Is Working Out Bad For Your Hair? Increasing Hairloss

Discussion in 'Health and Fitness' started by meagainsttheworld, Aug 8, 2017.

  1. meagainsttheworld

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    More workout -> more testosterone -> more dht -> more hairloss
     
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    addajc Established Member

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    Check my success thread peapoddy and you will have your answer ...
     

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    Yeah, it also promotes beard growth and more bodyhair
     
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    swingline747 Senior Member My Regimen

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    no, the increases and decreases are so minimal it would have no real affect on your hair. add roids and thats another story.
     
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    Extensive workout techniques are designed to raise androgen levels in order to give you a bulking look and this will raise free testosterone levels. Men will the bodybuilder look, but unfortunate, free testosterone may get converted into DHT, hence accelerating hairloss in genetically programmed people.
     
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    Low testosterone are the major cause for the hair loss. The Low level of the Testosterone can lead to other more serious problems, such as fatigue, depression, muscle loss, area, weight gain, decreased libido and fat accumulation in the chest.:):)
     

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