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As winter rolls around many people start eyeing up nutritional supplements to boost their immune system in the hope of preventing colds.

Many of these products contain zinc, an essential trace element that plays a vital role in various biological functions but which cannot be generated by the body.

The reason it appears in many ‘immune support’ nutritional products is because zinc contributes to the normal function of the immune system. These are often marketed as ‘helping to fight infection’; this is because it has also been shown, in systematic reviews of clinical studies, that zinc can shorten the duration of a cold.

Zinc also has a number of other health benefits, as, not only does it contribute to the maintenance of normal vision and normal cognitive function, but it can support the maintenance of normal skin, hair and nail health.

The role of zinc in hair growth and hair loss

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When Belgravia hair experts developed the formulation for Hair Vitalics food supplements, both for Men and for Women, zinc was one of the first ingredients to be included. There are three key reasons for this…

Firstly, zinc is known to help support the maintenance of normal healthy hair growth, making it something of a no-brainer to include in a highly-targeted hair supplement.

Secondly, zinc also has a role in the process of cell division and contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress. Oxidative stress has been linked to premature hair loss in at least two clinical studies.

Thirdly, zinc deficiency can contribute to hair loss so it is important for people to ensure they consume a healthy amount every day. Some people may not be able to absorb zinc properly and, in these cases, a GP should be consulted as the underlying reason will need to be established so that appropriate treatment can be decided upon.

Recently, it has also been shown in clinical trials that men with Male Pattern Baldness may benefit from zinc and biotin.Whilst women with Female Pattern Hair Loss were shown to have lower levels of zinc and iron. Both biotin – another well-known hair vitamin – and iron are also included in both Hair Vitalics formulations.

Various clinical trials over the years have also linked the autoimmune disorder Alopecia Areata to low zinc levels.

Daily recommendations for zinc

The NHS advises that the recommended daily intake of zinc is 5.5–9.5mg a day for men, and 4–7mg a day for women.*

The UK Food Standards Agency and Department of Health recommends not consuming more than 25mg of zinc per day, as “too much may cause anaemia and weakening of the bones”. *

Therefore, when taking zinc supplements, or other nutritional support products containing zinc, such as multivitamins or hair supplements, it is important to ensure your intake, including zinc obtained through your diet, meets this criteria.

Causes of zinc deficiency

Zinc must be supplied through the diet. It can easily be obtained from a number of dietary sources, including meat, seafood, legumes (chick peas, lentils and even baked beans), seeds and nuts.

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Oysters are considered the most naturally zinc-rich foodstuff

Oysters are considered the most zinc-rich food stuff for meat-eaters and pescatarians, whilst sun-dried tomatoes and pumpkin seeds are among the best natural vegetarian and vegan sources of zinc.

In addition to those not getting enough zinc through their diets because of an unbalanced diet, deficiency can also occur for various other reasons.

Zinc deficiency is often seen in people “consuming large amounts of cereal grain (which contains a phytate considered to be chelating agent of zinc), in those with poor meat consumption or TPN [Total Parenteral Nutrition], and in infants on milk formula. Other causes of zinc deficiency include anorexia nervosa (secondary to inadequate intake, increased zinc excretion, and malabsorption due to laxative abuse), inflammatory bowel disease, jejunal bypass surgery, and cystic fibrosis. Alcoholism, malignancy, burns, infection, and pregnancy may all cause increased metabolism and excretion of zinc,” according to research published in the Dermatology & Therapy journal in March 2019 (source: doi: 10.1007/s13555-018-0278-6).

Those with eczema or seborrheic dermatitis may find their conditions worsen as a result of zinc deficiency. It can also make wound-healing slower.

If you are concerned about a potential zinc deficiency, it is best to contact your GP as they should be able to refer you for the appropriate blood tests, urine tests and/or hair strand analysis.

Thinning hair and excessive hair fall which presents as a result of zinc deficiency is known as Telogen Effluvium. It is a temporary form of hairloss which tends to become obvious around three months after being triggered.

It causes up to 30-40 per cent of all scalp hair to shed, so may be alarming, but normal hair regrowth should resume with six months, though treatment to accelerate this process may be helpful.

For those worried about sudden or unusual levels of shedding, consulting a professional hair loss specialist may be both informative and a huge relief. They will be able to identify the cause of the thinning and explain both why it is happening and what can be done to encourage hair growth, as well as providing personalised recommendations for hair loss treatments and hair growth supporting products, where appropriate.

* Information correct at time of writing: November 2019 (Source: NHS.uk)

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The Belgravia Centre is an organisation specialising in hair growth and hair loss prevention with two clinics and in-house pharmacies in Central London, UK. If you are worried about hair loss you can arrange a free consultation with a hair loss expert or complete our Online Consultation Form from anywhere in the world. View our Hair Loss Success Stories, which includes the world’s largest gallery of hair growth comparison photos and demonstrates the levels of success that so many of Belgravia’s patients achieve. You can also phone 020 7730 6666 any time to arrange a free consultation.

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The Belgravia Centre is an organisation specialising in hair growth and hair loss prevention with two clinics and in-house pharmacies in Central London, UK. If you are worried about hair loss you can arrange a free consultation with a hair loss expert or complete our Online Consultation Form from anywhere in the world. View our Hair Loss Success Stories, which includes the world’s largest gallery of hair growth comparison photos and demonstrates the levels of success that so many of Belgravia’s patients achieve. You can also phone 020 7730 6666 any time to arrange a free consultation.

Paediatric Alopecia Areata, where the autoimmune disorder which causes sudden-onset patchy hair loss presents in children under 18 years of age, currently has no widely recommended or official treatment options.

Findings from new Serbian research involving 73 patients aged between 1 and 73 years old was published in the Dermatologic Therapy medical journal in October 2019.

Each participant had been professionally diagnosed with severe Alopecia Areata covering more than 30 per cent of their scalp, and two different therapies were trialled over the course of 6 to 12 months, to help shed light into which forms of treatment may benefit young people with this type of shedding.

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Childrens hair loss treatment trial

This prospective study, funded by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Serbia, comprised 73 patients (aged 1–18 years) with severe Alopecia Areata where it affected more than 30 per cent of the scalp’s surface.

Of this group, 37 received 1‐day intravenous dexamethasone pulses (1‐DP), whilst 36 were administered 3‐day pulses (3‐DP) each monthly for between 6 and 12 months. All patients took part for 6 months, whilst 65 of the 73 were studied until the 12 month mark.

Dexamethasone is a corticosteroid, usually taken orally, for the treatment of inflammatory conditions, ulcerative colitis, arthritis, lupus, psoriasis and certain breathing disorders.

In addition to their allocated pulse therapy, all the participants in each group also applied topical clobetasol propionate under an occlusive plastic wrap. This is another steroid, generally used as a cream, applied topically to reduce inflammation and irritation in cases of skin conditions, including psoriasis, eczema, dermatitis, lichen planus and discoid lupus erythematosus.

Trial findings

The trial researchers considered those who achieved hair regrowth results of 50 per cent or above to be ‘good responders’ (GR).

At the six month stage, the group receiving 3‐DP was found to have more success than the 1-DP group which saw the most frequent relapses.

Those 3-DP patients whose Alopecia Areata had been present for six months or less, saw the best outcomes. The 3-DP group also came out on top at the long‐term, 12 month follow‐up, as 67 per cent had “stable results”.

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No patients reported any severe short‐term nor any long-term side effects from the treatment.

Interestingly, given it is well-established that people who have one autoimmune disorder are more likely to develop others, the findings state that the children who did not also have Hashimoto thyroiditis (HT) – an autoimmune disease where the immune system attacks the thyroid – were 9.8 times more likely to be a ‘good responder’ to the treatment than those with the condition.

It was therefore concluded that “Short disease duration and no HT were good prognostic factors. 3‐DP protocol is well‐tolerated, with beneficial effects and long‐lasting results in severe paediatric AA”.

Whilst these small-scale results show promise, there is still a long road of testing ahead before this type of Alopecia Areata treatment is able to be submitted for the appropriate MHRA and FDA designations it requires to be made widely available.

For now, those aged 16 and over with scalp-only Alopecia Areata can visit a hair loss clinic for a professional consultation and suitable treatment recommendations. These often involve the topical solution high strength minoxidil, which is currently MHRA-licensed and FDA-approved for the treatment of genetic hairloss.

Under 16s with any form of Alopecia Areata, or people of any age with forms which also affect other areas of the body, such as Alopecia Totalis or Alopecia Universalis, should seek advice from their GP who can refer them to a dermatologist, if necessary, to discuss hospital-based treatments such as immunotherapy.

Emotional and practical support in the form of psychodermatology and free real-hair wigs for children and young adults affected by medical hair loss, including the various forms of autoimmune alopecia, are also options worth considering.


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The Belgravia Centre is an organisation specialising in hair growth and hair loss prevention with two clinics and in-house pharmacies in Central London, UK. If you are worried about hair loss you can arrange a free consultation with a hair loss expert or complete our Online Consultation Form from anywhere in the world. View our Hair Loss Success Stories, which includes the world’s largest gallery of hair growth comparison photos and demonstrates the levels of success that so many of Belgravia’s patients achieve. You can also phone 020 7730 6666 any time to arrange a free consultation.

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The Belgravia Centre is an organisation specialising in hair growth and hair loss prevention with two clinics and in-house pharmacies in Central London, UK. If you are worried about hair loss you can arrange a free consultation with a hair loss expert or complete our Online Consultation Form from anywhere in the world. View our Hair Loss Success Stories, which includes the world’s largest gallery of hair growth comparison photos and demonstrates the levels of success that so many of Belgravia’s patients achieve. You can also phone 020 7730 6666 any time to arrange a free consultation.

Belgravia Centre hair loss specialists answer hair loss questions advice information hairloss solutions

Name: Harry

Question: My hair is starting to thin but there’s no male pattern baldness in my family so I want to know what happens when there’s hair loss but it’s not genetic? Can you tell me what causes it and can you still treat it?

Answer: Hi, Harry. There are many factors that can cause hair loss, especially when it presents as thinning.

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The most common is Male Pattern Baldness – androgenetic alopecia – which, as you know, is inherited. The genetic predisposition can come from either side of the family and it is even possible for it to ‘skip generations‘, yet still be passed on.

This happens where the genes are present but inactive, so the individual does not show any outward signs of hair loss but still has the relevant genes which can therefore be passed on.

Because of this, you may need to look further back in your family tree to determine whether there is any Male or Female Pattern Hair Loss further back.

Another quick way to tell if you have Male Pattern Hair Loss is to find out whereabouts on the scalp the thinning hair is, and where hair fall is coming from. Hereditary hair loss only affects the top of the head – the vertex area – from the crown to the hairline and temples. Any shedding below this is likely to be the result of a different hair loss condition.

Other non-genetic hair loss conditions which can cause thinning hair include Telogen Effluvium or, it’s chronic form, Diffuse Thinning. These both cause temporary shedding from all over the scalp.

They are usually caused by an underlying medical or lifestyle issue, including thyroid problems, anaemia, nutritional deficiencies and side effects of certain prescription medications.

Up to approximately 30 to 40 per cent of hair on the scalp may shed around three months after being triggered and normal hair growth should resume naturally within six months, depending on the severity. Treatment can be sought to help accelerate this hair regrowth.

Furthermore, hair breakage – often the result of too-frequent heat styling – can give hair the appearance of being weak and thin, but is not actually a hair loss condition as it does not involve the follicle. It is simply the result of weakened hair snapping along the shaft, and can generally be resolved by getting a good hair cut to tidy up the damaged hair.

If you are seeing thinning edges, also known as a receding hairline, this could be Male Pattern Hair Loss or, if you regularly wear your hair in tight hairstyles such as braids or a man bun, Traction Alopecia. Again, this can be treated but the source of the tension which places excessive strain on the follicles, should also be removed.

If you would like to see precisely how these different hair loss conditions can present, you can take a look at our men’s Hair Loss Treatment Success Stories in case any look similar to what you are experiencing.

As you can see, it’s difficult to provide an exact diagnosis on just the information you have provided so we recommend having an in-person or online consultation with a hair loss specialist. This will provide you with a confirmation of your condition as well as personalised recommendations for appropriate hair loss treatments, as well as any beneficial hair growth supporting products.


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The Belgravia Centre is an organisation specialising in hair growth and hair loss prevention with two clinics and in-house pharmacies in Central London, UK. If you are worried about hair loss you can arrange a free consultation with a hair loss expert or complete our Online Consultation Form from anywhere in the world. View our Hair Loss Success Stories, which includes the world’s largest gallery of hair growth comparison photos and demonstrates the levels of success that so many of Belgravia’s patients achieve. You can also phone 020 7730 6666 any time to arrange a free consultation.

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The Belgravia Centre is an organisation specialising in hair growth and hair loss prevention with two clinics and in-house pharmacies in Central London, UK. If you are worried about hair loss you can arrange a free consultation with a hair loss expert or complete our Online Consultation Form from anywhere in the world. View our Hair Loss Success Stories, which includes the world’s largest gallery of hair growth comparison photos and demonstrates the levels of success that so many of Belgravia’s patients achieve. You can also phone 020 7730 6666 any time to arrange a free consultation.

As anyone with access to the internet will know, there is a lot of misinformation about what will, and what won’t treat hair loss.

Myriad myths and ‘old wives’ tales’ continue to circulate, long after they’ve been debunked; perennial favourites being that applying onions to your head will regrow hair (it won’t), having a scalp massage with ginger will cure Male Pattern Baldness (nope) or that washing your hair too frequently is the reason for thinning hair (highly unlikely).

Something of a newcomer to this list of dubious hairloss solutions is whisky. And, whilst it may be a somewhat more appealing, and certainly less pungent, option for some people, it is still ineffective at preventing baldness.

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That said, as with most of these rumours, there is a small grain of truth behind the myth that whisky can help hair growth…

High alcohol content

When stories about how to use whisky – or ‘whiskey’ if it’s an Irish malt, rather than a Scottish one – to regrow hair are shared, they tend to involve applying the fire water directly to the scalp, rather than drinking it.

Furthermore, it also tends to be used sparingly as a small part of a larger hair growth cocktail – after all, who wants to waste good whisky?

One example, published in Scottish Field magazine, suggested concocting a hair regrowth mask using some warm olive oil, an egg yolk, and a teaspoon of whisky. It advises, “…make sure you apply it correctly; first of all, spread the mixture evenly across your head. Then, wrap your head in plastic and put something over it to apply pressure; like a scarf or a towel.”

It claims doing this once a day – or “as much as you want” – will “facilitate stronger hair” and “stimulate new hair growth”.

“Sadly, this is untrue,” notes Belgravia superintendent pharmacist prescriber and senior hair loss specialist, Christina Chikaher, who adds “…though it is likely to be a great conditioning and moisturising mixture due to the egg yolk and olive oil. These contain many beneficial vitamins, antioxidants and softening oils from biotin to squalene.

This combination – regardless of whether the boozy element is added or not – could be helpful in terms of maintaining a healthy scalp, and a healthy scalp should technically lead to healthy hair.

That said, for men and women with androgenetic alopecia – Male and Female Pattern Hair Loss – who are using appropriate hair loss treatment in the form of high strength minoxidil, the alcohol content of the topically-applied whisky may help improve the medication’s absorption.

Whisky is often up to 50 per cent proof, and alcohol can act as a rubefacient, which means it can aid the solubility of minoxidil. When applied to the scalp it can cause the capillaries to dilate and blood circulation to increase, which could technically cause greater efficacy of this topical hair loss solution.

How effective this is, and how much whiskey would need to be used to see any meaningful hair regrowth benefits remains unproven, so this is something people would choose to do at their own risk.”

Whiskey and hair loss treatment

Whilst applying any kind of alcohol to your scalp is not recommended by Belgravia hair loss specialists, not least due to the drying effects it can have on the skin, the small amount suggested in the aforementioned recipe should not do too much damage.

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Belgravia offers a combination of hair loss treatments and products to support the maintenance of healthy and vibrant hair

It is important to note, however, that neat alcohol – whether whiskey or any other form – should not be applied to the scalp before or after applying minoxidil. It should certainly not be mixed with this medication either.

Doing so could dilute the drug, making it less efficient at its job of helping to accelerate hair growth. The same applies to hair masks containing alcohol.

Should you wish to try out this type of DIY home hair mask, firstly, if you are a Belgravia Centre patient, please speak to your dedicated treatment advisor who can provide, or arrange, personalised advice on whether this is likely to be suitable for you or not.

If you are not a Belgravia client, we recommend at the very least taking the precaution of drying your hair properly after washing the mask out, then applying your hair loss treatment to a clean, dry scalp. This should avoid dilution issues.

Whilst whisky cannot treat a hair loss condition or regrow hair, this is likely to be the reason it, along with other spirits such as tequila, have been praised for having hair regrowth properties.

There are a number of arguably more reliable hair growth supporting products available, so for those worried about thinning hair or a drop in hair density, as well as those simply wanting to maintain healthy hair, it may be wise to take professional advice on which of these may work for you, before hitting the bottle.


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The Belgravia Centre is an organisation specialising in hair growth and hair loss prevention with two clinics and in-house pharmacies in Central London, UK. If you are worried about hair loss you can arrange a free consultation with a hair loss expert or complete our Online Consultation Form from anywhere in the world. View our Hair Loss Success Stories, which includes the world’s largest gallery of hair growth comparison photos and demonstrates the levels of success that so many of Belgravia’s patients achieve. You can also phone 020 7730 6666 any time to arrange a free consultation.

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Circ - Belgravia Centre Hair Loss Clinics LondonThe Belgravia Centre

The Belgravia Centre is an organisation specialising in hair growth and hair loss prevention with two clinics and in-house pharmacies in Central London, UK. If you are worried about hair loss you can arrange a free consultation with a hair loss expert or complete our Online Consultation Form from anywhere in the world. View our Hair Loss Success Stories, which includes the world’s largest gallery of hair growth comparison photos and demonstrates the levels of success that so many of Belgravia’s patients achieve. You can also phone 020 7730 6666 any time to arrange a free consultation.

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Name: Daryush

Question: I wanted to know if you can treat traction alopecia hair loss in men. I heard you can use minoxidil to regrow hair around the hairline and I was wondering about the duration of use since traction alopecia is not a hereditary condition, does this mean that men who use minoxidil and discontinue use once the results they want have been obtain can keep their results? Or do they have continue using minoxidil forever?

Answer: Hi Daryush. There is no MHRA-licensed and FDA-approved treatment for Traction Alopecia hair loss. However, as you say, high strength minoxidil – which does have these authorisations for the treatment of Male Pattern Baldness (and Female Pattern Hair Loss) – can be helpful for many patients with this condition.

It does, however, depend upon the severity of hair loss experienced; As long as there are still active follicles that are capable of growing hair, minoxidil can be used to encourage them to grow stronger and thicker hair.

When using this topical hairloss solution, the first results tend to become visible between 3 and 6 months into the treatment. Maximum hair regrowth is then usually visible after approximately 12 months of on-going treatment.

Depending on the severity of this hair loss condition, some people can stop treatment once regrowth has been achieved. Others, meanwhile, may have to continue using minoxidil in order to continuously maintain the hair follicles in optimal health.

If the traction hair loss is very mild, you may decide to use minoxidil to encourage quicker regrowth of strong hair. You may stop the treatment once you are happy with the achieved results. But it is important to ensure you avoid further traction in the area both during and, ideally, after treatment. This means skipping tight hairstyles such as braids, cornrows and man buns, and wearing the hair naturally so the follicles are not weighed down and the hair is not pulled too tautly.

You can monitor the area and, of course, if you notice any further weakening of the hair, you can re-start treatment.

In addition to Traction Alopecia, these types of hairstyles can also cause hair breakage, where strands snap in two along the shaft. This can give the appearance of thin, weak and frizzy hair, though can often be dealt with by getting a trim.

With more severe cases of Traction Alopecia, there may be some atrophy to the hair follicles. This means that, once Traction Alopecia treatment is stopped, you may notice some deterioration in the results. As long as you are happy with the results at this point and you avoid placing further strain on the hair and follicles, you do not have to continue treatment though – it is entirely your decision.

If you wish to continuously stimulate the hair to grow to its optimal thickness, you may decide to continue using treatment. This should be done in consultation with your hair loss specialist so it can be professionally monitored.

In cases where the hair follicles have been completely destroyed, surgical intervention may be necessary so a hair transplant may be a better option. Suitability for this type of hair restoration procedure depends on the extent of the bald areas, any scarring and the amount of good quality donor hair available.

As you can see, the results and duration of treatment will mostly depend on the severity of hair loss. It can also depend on whether Traction Alopecia is the only form of shedding you are experiencing.

For instance, if you have both Male Pattern Baldness and Traction Alopecia, both can be treated simultaneously. But, as Male Pattern Hair Loss is a permanent and progressive condition, hair loss treatment would need to be on-going even after seeing regrowth results to the areas affected by Traction Alopecia.

The best thing we can advise you do as a first step is to have a no-obligation consultation, either in-person or online, so a hair expert can diagnose your condition, level and pattern of shedding. From there they can make informed recommendations as to the types of treatments and hair growth supporting products best-suited to your situation and medical profile.

Once you have all the information, you can then decide what you feel most comfortable with and go from there.


The Belgravia Centre

The Belgravia Centre is an organisation specialising in hair growth and hair loss prevention with two clinics and in-house pharmacies in Central London, UK. If you are worried about hair loss you can arrange a free consultation with a hair loss expert or complete our Online Consultation Form from anywhere in the world. View our Hair Loss Success Stories, which includes the world’s largest gallery of hair growth comparison photos and demonstrates the levels of success that so many of Belgravia’s patients achieve. You can also phone 020 7730 6666 any time to arrange a free consultation.

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The Belgravia Centre

The Belgravia Centre is an organisation specialising in hair growth and hair loss prevention with two clinics and in-house pharmacies in Central London, UK. If you are worried about hair loss you can arrange a free consultation with a hair loss expert or complete our Online Consultation Form from anywhere in the world. View our Hair Loss Success Stories, which includes the world’s largest gallery of hair growth comparison photos and demonstrates the levels of success that so many of Belgravia’s patients achieve. You can also phone 020 7730 6666 any time to arrange a free consultation.