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While Inositol is commonly referred to as a vitamin, it’s actually a sugar. A deficiency in inositol could induce alopecia-like hair loss. When sufficiently present in the body, it has been shown to help the growth rate of hair and strengthen new strands as they grow and could even help with trichotillomania.
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|Effect of Inositol upon Rat Alopecia.||Sage Pub||View|
|The interrelationship of p-aminobenzoic acid and inositol.||American Journal of Physiology||View|
|Drug treatment of trichotillomania (hair-pulling disorder), excoriation (skin-picking) disorder, and nail-biting (onychophagia).||Ingenta||View|