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  1. People with diabetes develops a condition called alopecia areata. With alopecia, the immune system attacks the hair follicles, leading to patches of hair loss on the head and on other parts of the body.
    There are three phases of hairgrowth which starts from the active growing phase, which lasts for two years or more. During first stage hairs grow at a rate of 1 to 2 cm per month. Hair then goes into a resting phase, which lasts for about 100 days. In the second phase, some of the resting hair falls out.
    Diabetes interrupts this process, slowing down your hair growth and also cause you to lose more hair than usual.

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