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  • Hello I was having severe panic attacks about six months ago so my doctor prescribed me Valium. Xanax was not working. I was not able to function or live before. I feel like it didn't really help me. But now it seems that my hair is falling out. It was thinning before about two years ago it started and I always had very little shiny hair. But now it is dry and brittle and breakage everywhere. Completely thinning on both sides and on the top and in the back. I can't touch it without it falling out. It's coming out by the handfuls. I'm really not sure what to do. My doctor keeps telling me it's stress related. But I started to do my own research and I've seen at few studies about this. I am not sure what to do. Is anybody else experiencing these problems with Valium?

    Post created 5 months 3 weeks ago

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  • Hello Tessam37,

    Hello Tessam37,

    My name is Sha Adams and with your permission may I suggest an alternative medicine to your health concerns. I believe that the body is designed by our Creator, to heal itself. All it needs is a boost from natural ingredients. As a naturopathic specialist, I prescribed various juices, that consist of vegetables, fruits, grains and spices.

    Condition: Diazepam - Hair Loss

    Natural remedy: brewers yeast, brown rice, bulgur wheat, wheat grans, barley, flaxseeds, blackstrap molasses, oat bran, walnuts, almonds, soybeans(grind) blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, oranges, dried apricots, pineapples. Blend all ingredients with either Almond, Soy, or Coconut Milk. Drink it throughout the day. In the evening before bedtime herbal tea, Chamomile, taken with kava supplements.

    Check with ehealthme.com drug directory regarding this medication, and it's side effects. What I prescribed is a remedy whose objective is to stimulate your adrenal glands(serotonin) an hormone that known for uplifting your mood swings, remove panic, fear, frustration, anxiety and give you a sense of calmness, peace of mind and a feeling of tranquility. In regards to hair loss, STRESS! can also be a factor. Try applying apple cinder vinegar on the scalp, rinse thoroughly.
    What this does is stimulate your hair follicles.

    Nutrients involved: Vitamin(s) B3, B6, B12, Biotin, Calcium, Choline, Inositol, Magnesium, Para-amino-benzoic, Potassium

    Give us a chance Tessam37, we are here for you.

    What I prescribed is a remedy whose objective is to stimulate your serotonin, which is also an hormone. What it does is to uplift your spirit, stabilize your mood swings, give you a sense of confidence, a peace of mind, tranquility, and above all a feeling of euphoria.

    Personal note: Everything that I have shared with all ehealthme.com members, regarding alternative medicine for he/she health problems. Well guess what, supermarkets and online shopping are selling the same juices, I put together for you; and they are not cheap!

    5 months 3 weeks ago

  • I'm the past, I have taken

    I'm the past, I have taken both valium and Xanax and no hair loss. But that doesn't mean it could not happen.
    Your writing indicates much stress and that can really exacerbate any problem.
    The thyroid check suggestion seems like a good option to start. I am under a
    lot of stress right now and my skin has become horrible. I know that bad or unmanaged stress is very detrimental to our bodies. I most sincerely wish you the best.

    5 months 3 weeks ago

  • I'm the past, I have taken

    I'm the past, I have taken both valium and Xanax and no hair loss. But that doesn't mean it could not happen.
    Your writing indicates much stress and that can really exacerbate any problem.
    The thyroid check suggestion seems like a good option to start. I am under a
    lot of stress right now and my skin has become horrible. I know that bad or unmanaged stress is very detrimental to our bodies. I most sincerely wish you the best.

    5 months 3 weeks ago

  • I'm no expert but have you

    I'm no expert but have you had your thyroid levels checked? If those are off they can cause not only anxiety but dry, brittle hair and hair loss.
    Sue

    5 months 3 weeks ago

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