Intro to Chemotherapy Hair Loss: 3 Ways to Stop It!

As you probably already know, because you have already done loads of research, chemo hair loss is a function of hair follicles being attacked by chemotherapy treatment.

Chemotherapy targets cancer cells that are rapidly dividing cells (12-72 hour division). Since hair follicles rapidly divide (12-72 hour division), chemotherapy can’t tell the difference between cancer cells and follicles, causing hair loss.

The good news though, is that if the follicles are not killed completely, your follicles are ready to get busy growing once you finished your last treatment.

Of course, your body needs to detox from the medication, so the first 68 days are important.

Hair growth may be slow at first, but
we are here to help you maximize your hair growth and help stop it from falling out.

Let’s talk about how to maximize the critical 68 days of supercharging your follicles again.

Chemotherapy Hair Loss: 3 Ways to Stop It!

1. Pay attention to everything you put in your hair: This includes everything you lather, slather, spray, squirt, smush, or rub on your hair and scalp.
These items contain ingredients like plastic, acrylates, and silicone that get into the pores, follicles, and crevices around where the hair and scalp meet, thus sealing, clogging, and choking off your hair growth. It’s like a wrapper is on your hair and scalp and you can’t simply rinse that wrapper off and out of the follicles and pores.
The follicles, which are smothered and can’t breathe, struggle to form hair, but in their compromised condition start to give up, thin out, and eventually give up and you go bald.

2. Avoid soy, corn syrup, and mercury(fish): Unfortunately, soy protein is responsible for phytohemagglutinin, which is a plastic-like complex that lodges in the finest capillaries of the body. Follicles have some of the finest capillaries. Soy is used in everything from salad dressing, bread, and protein bars, to biofuel, to the ink that is printed in a book.

Corn doesn’t exactly attack hair follicles, but many nutritionists will tell you that corn products disrupt so many metabolic processes and more that your body will go into emergency mode again to get that disruptor out of the body or store it in the fat cells to not deal with it. With your body dealing with all the disruptors, there are minimal to no nutrients left to build hair.

Mercury is a disruptor of the body’s metabolic processes also and is not just in canned tuna. Watch out for swordfish, mackerel king, orange roughy, and tuna.

3. Avoid substances that collect in or on your follicles: A few decades ago we worried about petroleum and mineral oil in hair products. But now, with “progress”, manufacturers have replaced those oils with silicones, acrylates, waxes, quaterniums, and plasticizers, which do wonders for making the hair look better, but that is until it thins out and falls out.

Conclusion to Chemotherapy Hair Loss: 3 Ways to Stop It!

We know that there is tons of information out there and sifting through it all can be frustrating.
We, at Belegenza, are here to help you take small actions, with each small action empowering the next so
you can maximize the health of your hair and scalp.

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