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Excessive Hairiness: 3 Warnings That You Should See A Doctor

Excessive Hairiness: 3 Warnings That You Should See A Doctor

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Hairs are an integral part of every body, regardless of gender, have a protective function. Their primarily function is to protect the body from entering the bacteria and other unpleasant micro particles through the skin surface.

The amount of hair on the body can be determined by genes, nationality, as well as certain medical conditions. Here’s from what also you should be precautions

1. Hormonal balance

Increased hairiness in women is not only an aesthetic problem, but can also have medical causes. Increased hair growth in a typically ‘male’ body parts such as beard, mustache, back, chest, and lower abdomen indicate a disease called hirsutism.

It is sign of hormonal imbalance in the body, and excessive secretion of male hormones, which can cause many problems.

 2. Problems with ovaries

If an excess androgen hormone is accompanied by irregular menstruation a deeper reason may be critical in the problem with the ovaries or polycystic ovarian syndrome.

Since these diseases are affected and up to ten percent of women, and is accompanied by the excess weight, problems with acne and insulin resistance. Do you notice these symptoms in yourself; surely you should visit your gynecologist.

3. Bad Habits

Excessive hairiness in women may be due to the irregular life, bad diet and too often taking certain medicines that can harm the hormonal balance.

Fans of the natural hormone balancing approach proposed weight-loss introducing regular exercise (almost all of the daily brisk walk to practicing yoga) and eating low glycemic index, and foods rich in dietary fiber.