Persistently high blood sugar levels can lead to damage in various tissues, organs and blood vessels within the body explained Medical News Today.
It continued: “Damage to blood vessels can restrict blood flow, resulting in certain cells getting less oxygen and nutrients they need.
“This deficiency can negatively impact the normal growth cycle of hair follicles, which can lead to hair loss.
“Diabetes can cause hair thinning and hair loss in some people as it can have the following effects on the growth cycle of the hair.”
Impairing hair growth
Causing more hair to grow than normal
Stopping new hair from forming
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