Effective diagnostics of the causes of excessive hair loss and balding EHA – elemental hair analysis

Excessive hair loss is a problem that affects both women and men. Physiologically, we lose 50 to 100 telogen hair (hair in the resting stage) every day. If it’s more than this, we’re dealing with balding, which affects scalp hair, although not all areas of the scalp are equally susceptible to it. From the point of view of a functional medicine specialist, the most common causes of hair loss seen in the clinic are hypothyroidism (including atrophic Hashimoto’s thyroiditis), vitamin and mineral deficiencies (including iron, vitamin B12, folic acid, vitamin D3), omega-3 deficiency, active viral and bacterial infections (including Helicobacter pylori),

Depression and mineralisation disorders – diagnostics and therapeutic methods

According to the World Health Organization, in 2020 depression will become the second-highest cause of disability in the world behind back and joint pain. There are 350 million sufferers worldwide, of whom already over 2.5 million are in Great Britain alone. This is the best evidence that depression is a huge problem. At the same time, it’s a great business opportunity for pharmaceutical companies that earn hundreds of millions selling anti-depressants.

The effect of mineral deficiencies and heavy metal burdens – Diabetes

Diabetes – an insidious and dangerous degenerative disease of millions of people, and a similar number who are still unaware that they have it. The fifth highest cause of mortality and one of the main causes of cardiovascular, kidney and eye disease (including vision loss and bleeding of the eyeball), damage to the nervous system and blood vessels, hypertension, cerebral haemorrhage, hearing loss, slow-healing wounds, ulcers, comas (due to dehydration), gangrene, and limb amputation.