Smoking & alcohol

AngryJoe

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I smoke a pack and drink at least 2 bottles of beer a day. Never had any problem with my bold head!
 

AlexieJ

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I don't really agree that smoking and alcohol have negative effect on your hair. Smoking and alcohol have negative effect on your body so you have to worry on that part because it can lead to many diseases that you don't want to have in the near future.
 

Jimley

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drink up

Alcoholism can cause malnutrition, which I assume can't help hair growth. Nicotine causes vasoconstriction, which cant be good for hair. With these facts, I still won't stop drinking and smoking. I would rather be bald.
 

AlexieJ

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Alcoholism can cause malnutrition, which I assume can't help hair growth. Nicotine causes vasoconstriction, which cant be good for hair. With these facts, I still won't stop drinking and smoking. I would rather be bald.

Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. Of course too much consumption of alcohol can have a significant bad effects in our body and as you mentioned can cause malnutrition too. So, you are trying to say that you're an alcoholic one? just asking.. :)
 

Jimley

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So, you are trying to say that you're an alcoholic one? just asking.. :)
That's what my Doctor says.... It's been a rough year or so. I'm pretty sure some of my hairloss is due to drinking and losing b vitamins, magnesium, and maybe zinc/potassium.
 

salamander

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Quit while you can guys, for one your dental bills will be cheaper and you'll breathe a lot better I swear.
 

nidhi

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Preliminary findings from new studies of male and female identical twins suggest that a broad range of lifestyle factors, including stress, smoikng, heavy drinking, and sun exposure, may also foil the follicles.

In men, genes seemed to be the biggest predictor of balding, though smoikng, drinking, stress, and sun exposure also factored in. Although that may sound discouraging, experts say the research comes with a silver lining: Adopting healthier habits and controlling stress can sometimes help hair come back.
 

Afro_Vacancy

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Preliminary findings from new studies of male and female identical twins suggest that a broad range of lifestyle factors, including stress, smoikng, heavy drinking, and sun exposure, may also foil the follicles.

In men, genes seemed to be the biggest predictor of balding, though smoikng, drinking, stress, and sun exposure also factored in. Although that may sound discouraging, experts say the research comes with a silver lining: Adopting healthier habits and controlling stress can sometimes help hair come back.

You should link to these studies ...
 

lickawrist

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I've been smoking for two years and it hasn't affected my hair at all--or not in a way that is cosmetically significant. A buddy of mine is a huge drinker, smokes a pack a day, tokes everyday and has a better hairline than me.
 
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