September 05, 2021

Welcome back to The Daily Dose.
Today we’re discussing Nicotine and Hair Loss.
Smoking can cause hair loss in a number of ways
Smoke affects the blood supply to hair follicles
Oxygen and nutrients cannot be transported to the follicles
Carbon dioxide causes this reduced blood flow
The carbon dioxide in cigarette smoke reduces blood flow, including blood flow to the scalp and hair follicles.

They cannot receive the nutrients and oxygen required for healthy hair growth 
Hair growth will slow and potentially even cease altogether as a result.
Smoke genotoxicants can also cause direct damage to the DNA of the hair follicle. 
A genotoxicant is a substance that can cause direct damage to our  DNA, or our genetic information. 
Genotoxicants and alter DNA
Smoking can cause this DNA change
This can lead to disease 
As well as hair loss, when DNA alterations occur in the hair follicle
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