I’m Losing My Hair And My Mind
Q: Hi Dr. Hull. I need some advice. For the last 2-3 weeks or more I have been losing a handful of hair every time I brush/wash it.
Luckily I have a ton of hair, but I am seeing it thin out before my eyes and it’s the one thing I love the most about myself – physically. If I lose it all, I know I will be devastated.
A: Hair loss is becoming more common these days due to chemicals in our foods, toxic fast foods, toxic allopathic medicine, and toxic environments that rob our bodies of basic nutrition.
It’s a good idea to supplement with a good multivitamin regularly + a Trace Mineral, and maybe in the future, we can do a hair analysis for you to see if there are any individual minerals your body needs to restore.
After replacing what the body is depleted in, you can then keep going on a multi and the best homemade foods you can eat daily.
Generally speaking, your hair, skin, and nails grow rapidly using silica and bone nutrients, such as Bone-Up by Jarrow.
It’s amazing how the body responds when it’s given the right tools to restore health challenges, but before you start adding supplements, I highly recommend having a hair analysis so you know that you are spending your money on the rights ones.
Stress Is Stressing Me
Q: I’m 46 now as of the end of November, and I have been stressed for the majority of the last 12 years or so. I thought it could be either stress or hormones because I’ve had random other symptoms that are similar, like 2 periods a month and weight gain in my middle that wasn’t so much before.
A: Many times, yeast/Candida is present when your middle tummy swells, but I can’t say anything for sure unless I have some data to go on (the hair analysis).
Typically it’s not the stress that causes health reactions – it’s the depletion of nutrients that your body uses to fight the stress. Let’s see if that’s the cause.
When 150 Pounds Wasn’t Heavy
Q; I’ve always been heavy, except when I got married 20 years ago, but that’s if you think 150 lbs isn’t heavy. For my frame, it was small on me. I work out 5 days a week and love my veggies and proteins, but I can’t lose any weight.
A: When you are eating right and exercising but your weight doesn’t move down, you have something right in front of you going on – these little demons are hard to uncover, but if your doc can’t see it, it’s up to you to go down the rabbit holes to uncover them.
Ugh – that’s challenging, but it works!
I’m Losing Control
Q: I drink kombucha regularly for my stomach issues, and I also drink apple cider vinegar in water to add acids to my stomach because I have all the symptoms of low acidity and bad reflux.
At the start of Covid, I was about to get an endoscopy because my throat closed up and I couldn’t eat – food kept getting stuck in my neck area for like 3 months. Now I can’t eat dry food at all without it getting stuck.
More fun for the stress pile!
My life just got to a place where I have lowered some of my stressors, but I have picked up new ones. I don’t feel stressed out like before, but I am losing my mind and a handful of hair.
A: Keep working on this – you are making good choices!! Keep in mind as you do your research that this whole COVID debacle is turning into a medical sham, and I feel some of these docs and pharmaceuticals have committed many crimes.
That said, COVID is real and can kill, but not in the way the media is peddling. Don’t forget about Herd Immunity, individual immunity, and the suppressed therapeutics that DO WORK. Even if they don’t work for everyone, they should still be made available for all to try because they do no harm.
Don’t let today’s insanity get the best of you. Slow down and turn off the news, take your supplements, get plenty of rest, and believe in yourself – that’s how you take control of your health again.
If you want to learn more about maintaining your health, contact me at janethull.com. Remember that you are never alone when you are looking for good health!
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