Filled Picture: Excessive excuse may lead to hair loss

Excessive exercise places enormous energy demands on the body which may result in hair loss, says hair expert, Dr Adolf Klenk.

Klenk says hair may come under intense stress during physical exertion.

“During high-intensity exercise or sport, muscles consume a huge amount of energy, draining the rest of the body of energy, including the hair. Given that hair is a high-performance organ requiring lots of energy, this causes hair to suffer and may result in hair loss. There is also an increased release of the male hormone testosterone which impacts on hair loss,” said Klenk.

According to  Klenk, caffeine-based shampoos, can help combat hair loss.

“A shampoo that contains caffeine, taurine and special micronutrients including biotin, zinc, magnesium and calcium which stimulates the hair while supporting the metabolic processes needed for strong hair growth,” Klenk said.

Excessive exercise places enormous energy demands on the body which may result in hair loss, says  hair expert, Dr Adolf Klenk.

Klenk says  hair may come under intense stress during physical exertion.

“During high-intensity exercise or sport, muscles consume a huge amount of energy, draining the rest of the body of energy, including the hair. Given that hair is a high-performance organ requiring lots of energy, this causes hair to suffer and may result in hair loss. There is also an increased release of the male hormone testosterone which impacts on hair loss,” said Klenk.

According to  Klenk, caffeine-based shampoos can help combat hair loss.

“Such shampoos contains caffeine, taurine and special micronutrients including biotin, zinc, magnesium and calcium which stimulates the hair while supporting the metabolic processes needed for strong hair growth,” Klenk said.

The caffeine shampoos have been specially developed for active men who have an increased energy demand, he added., he added.