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Can Paint Fumes Cause Hair Loss?

Paint contains a variety of chemicals that release fumes when it’s being applied to walls and ceilings. If you’ve been painting the interior of your home or have been exposed to paint fumes for long periods of time it’s possible that you may be experiencing hair loss but not directly related to the paint. Exposure to chemical fumes, especially over time, can cause underlying medical conditions that may have hair loss as a side effect. If you are regularly exposed to these types of chemicals you should be sure to take precautions to prevent as much inhalation of the fumes as possible.

If you’re experiencing sudden hair loss you should consult with your physician immediately to rule out any underlying medical issues you may be experiencing. After consulting with your physician, if you want to learn more about hair loss and permanent hair loss solutions Bosley suggests that you make an appointment for a free consultation. During your free consultation, a Bosley Professional can help answer your questions about your hair loss and your treatment options.

What to do next?

To learn more about your hair restoration options and the average hair transplant timeline, The Complete Book on Hair Restoration, to see how great your hair can look. If you’re ready to do something about that bald spot or thinning hair now, schedule a FREE in-person or video consultation with a trained Bosley hair restoration specialist. Together with a Bosley Physician, we can help you find out what’s causing your balding and what treatment solution is right for you.

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