What foods should I avoid eating in order to keep my scalp free from inflammation?

hairhelp777

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I noticed that my inflammation issues fluctuate over the week. Some days my scalp is healthy, free of any itchiness/burning sensations, but in others is like a nightmare, itching all day. It's not the whole scalp, but certain areas of it. Still, it bothers me because I'm certain that I'll shed more that day. I speculate that it's something dietary. I eat a lot every day, and each day is usually a different kind of food. So, I need your help to build my detox diet. I can't handle that sh*t anymore, been living with it for years.

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You might want to check that you don't have an autoimmune alopecia e.g. LPP. These typically cause itching/burning sensations. A hair specialist derm might help diagnose.
 

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You might want to check that you don't have an autoimmune alopecia e.g. LPP. These typically cause itching/burning sensations. A hair specialist derm might help diagnose.
I still have a decent part of my hair, no bald spots or whatever. What makes me aware of my hair loss is that I'm diffusing. Slowly, but diffusing, I might have lost a good part of my hair thickness at my current stage, so much I can no longer style it how I wanted to. If I am not mistaken, LPP manifests itself with large bald spots, things I, thankfully, don't have. The derms I went weren't helpful at all, I just spent money for nothing.
 

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I still have a decent part of my hair, no bald spots or whatever. What makes me aware of my hair loss is that I'm diffusing. Slowly, but diffusing, I might have lost a good part of my hair thickness at my current stage, so much I can no longer style it how I wanted to. If I am not mistaken, LPP manifests itself with large bald spots, things I, thankfully, don't have. The derms I went weren't helpful at all, I just spent money for nothing.
LPP can be diffuse as well. Not saying you necessarily have LPP..but I was diagnosed and didn't think I could have it.. But I did have typical symptoms. I'd highly recommend finding a specialist hair derm as your situation seems to be unusually - general derms are normally clueless about anything other than MBP. I had to really seek out ones that specialise in hair and alopcia. Might be worth travelling for this if none are nearby. You might also want to research the AIP diet - which helps some people.
 
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