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By icareaboutmyhair - / Monday 28 February 2011 15:27 / Estonia
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By  arnthegreat  |  0

Are you retarded? Dandruff typically comes from dry skin... people who wash their hair too much, or sweat to much. I've NEVER heard of it being depression based, and I'm 3rd year pre-med.

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By  chocolatedream  |  0

that sux for you but dandruff is disgusting it makes the persons hair look dirty!

By  arnthegreat  |  0

Are you retarded? Dandruff typically comes from dry skin... people who wash their hair too much, or sweat to much. I've NEVER heard of it being depression based, and I'm 3rd year pre-med.

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  jess2gd4u  |  0

it can also occur when you don't was you shampoo out properly ( due to all the parabins and chemicals in them) also other dandruff like conditions such as psoriasis(much more serious than dandruff) are caused from stress, anxiety and depression, but as far as hormonal???..... that is what causes the stress depression etc. you don't have to be " pre med " to know that stuff you rude dude. p.s your not going to make a gd doc. bein such an a$$.

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"also other dandruff like conditions such as psoriasis" Psoriasis is not dandruff at all, it's a form of eczema. Whilst it's common for it to form on the scalp, it's from scratching it/brushing your hair that may irritate it and loosen the flakey parts which can often look like dandruff. OP, you just need to wash your hair properly.

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  ImaginaryFoe  |  0

I think she meant dandruff-like conditions and, as you stated yourself, psoriasis resembles dandruff. It sounds like OP is dramatising a bit. It could be a new hair product that just flaked off. Dry scalp or very greasy scalp are much more likely causes.

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  rtxj89  |  0

ok, so I created a profile just to respond to the idiocy of this post, FYI I am also pre-med. though I do not know of any particular case of depression CAUSING dandruff, there is quite a heavy correlation between the two. one of the underlying factors for depression can by hypothyroidism, an under-active thyroid, which has symptoms such A's coldness, lethargy, depression, dry skin, and flaky scalp (aka dandruff). You still have some stuff to learn.

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  biwinning88  |  0

I'm a hair dresser and honestly the main causes are from dry skin and over washing your hair... you cause also have very oily skin which also causes a waxy build up. I suppose hormonal changes could make your skin dry.

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