207 – How to reverse PCOS hair loss with Faraz Khan [Lifestyle + Supplements]

207 – How to reverse PCOS hair loss with Faraz Khan [Lifestyle + Supplements]

#207: Hair loss, especially for women, can be an upsetting and unsettling experience. Losing it can be difficult to come to terms with but it doesn’t have to be all doom and gloom!

On today’s episode, we explore the reasons why PCOS hair loss happens and what you can do to grow your hair back with Faraz Khan.

You’ll learn the role testosterone plays in PCOS hair loss and how you can treat hair loss naturally with lifestyle changes as well as natural treatments and supplements!

Faraz Khan is the founder of FullyVital and host of the Anti-Aging HacksPodcast. He is an expert in the field of hair loss in women, and has dedicated his career to understanding the complex interplay of hormones, diet, and lifestyle on hair health. And for listeners of this show, use code “PCOS15” to get 15% off your order at www.fullyvital.com!

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