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Hair loss caused by excessive amounts of dihydrotestosterone (DHT) can affect men at practically any age due to a wide range of factors. But, how long your hair loss will last largely depends on your mindset, how you mentally cope with the trauma and the hair loss treatment you choose. This is extremely important as the wrong treatment could cost you valuable time, money and hair!

Initially, when the signs of hair loss are noticed, the first reaction is usually panic, followed closely by worry and stress.

In the first early stages of hair loss, there is one immediate course of action which will greatly improve the hair loss recovery process. Fortunately, it doesn’t involve expensive drugs or chemicals, just a level of emotional self control. This can sometimes be quite difficult to achieve and maintain but when you first notice any excessive amounts of hair in the sink or shower, do not panic, stay calm and relax. A calm, relaxed attitude to the hair loss process is essential if you wish to succeed in turning things around.

 

Unfortunately, a typical ‘stressed’ hair loss sufferer will probably proceed to spending half their lives desperately searching for a miracle cure and spending half their salaries each month paying for it. Their life will become totally dedicated to hair loss with daily inspections, counting lost hair, application of chemicals, taking before and after photos and searching hair loss forums late at night. It’s an extremely unhealthy approach to hair loss which often ends in failure.

 

To permanently stop hair loss and encourage new hair growth, a calm, natural, proactive approach is required. Some positive lifestyle and dietary changes may be necessary but this will only improve the health and well being of the hair loss sufferer. Anyone who seriously wishes to stop their hair loss must first investigate what caused their DHT levels to rise to such a damaging level. Was it due to genetics, stress, inadequate nutrition, lack of exercise, chemical food additives or other negative and unhealthy lifestyle habits? Every hair loss sufferer must be aware that nature gave us the tools to prevent hair loss; all we have to do is learn how to use them!

 

Bob Lawrence is creator of Hair Nurture...The Natural Way to Beat Hair Loss A totally natural hair loss treatment. To find out more about this unique system, visit www.hairnurture.com

 

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Hair Loss and Propecia

 

Let’s talk a bit about Propecia, the newest “wonder drug” for fighting hair loss. Propecia, which is a trademark or brand name for the drug “finasteride”, is a prescription medicine used for the treatment of male-pattern baldness. In some studies, Propecia stopped hair loss and caused some hair to re-grow in up to 48 percent of men with hair loss at the top of the head or at the back and middle part of the scalp when treated for 12 months. At 24 months, 66 percent of men reported improvement. Not bad actually, compared to other drugs and treatments used in the past.

 

If you’re using the drug and see no effects within 12 months, the drug will probably not work for you.

 

However, you may need to use Propecia daily for three months or longer before you see an obvious change in hair loss. It may take up to six months before hair grows back. So it’s not a cure all and it doesn’t work for everyone. And there can be side effects.

 

Side effects of Propecia can include: decreased sex drive, impotence, breast tenderness or enlargement (I mean you, guys). Other side effects or reactions may occur, so see your doctor if you experience anything unusual while taking the drug. Apparently, continued use of Propecia can often resolve these side effects as the body compensates for the drug’s presence in the body. Maybe.

 

Is Propecia right for you? That’s for you and your doctor to decide. There’s no way, except by actually using the drug for several months, to know if it will have any effect on your hair loss. And in the meantime, you’ve spent X amount of dollars on a treatment that may not work. However, Propecia is becoming cheaper all the time (just do a search and see how many online stores are selling it…prices are good as the competition heats up).

 

So there you are…a bit about Propecia. It’s not a cure-all or wonder drug, unless it works for you, and then it’s a miracle! If you are interested, see your doctor and find out if you are a good candidate to try it out. Next time, we’ll talk about some home-grown hair loss remedies (pun intended!) that may help slow down hair loss…or may not. Stay tuned and take care!

 

Dave McCloskey is a long time hair stylist, who has started running several blogs on hair care for men, women and kids. To check out the blog on dealing with male hair loss, please go to http://computtel.com/haircareblog

 

Hair Loss and Home Remedies

Today’s article is all about hair loss and home remedies. While there are a LOT of products on the market today that claim to slow, stop, prevent or reverse hair loss, there are many other ways to attack hair loss that don’t include using strong chemicals or prescription drugs. Granted, some are effective and some are not, but the only way to know for sure (just like using Propecia) is to try them for yourself. I’m going to list a few possible ways to treat hair loss and let you make up your own mind on their effectiveness. Just to remind you all…I am not advocating any type of hair loss treatment, simply because every person is different and what might work for you might not work for someone else!

Okay, the first type of home remedy can be categorized as “herbal”.

Many folks, including myself, have begun using certain herbs to combat all sorts of problems…anything from aging skin to a lack of energy to, you guessed it, hair loss. Here are some of the more popular herbs pertaining to hair loss… Stinging nettle: Also known as Urtica Diocia, this herb has the ability to block the conversion of testosterone into DHT (DHT is often the cause of male hair loss). An optimum dose of 50-100mg per day in capsule form is recommended.

 

Ginkyo biloba: this herb is thought to improve blood circulation to the brain and skin. It is believed that the increased flow of blood to the brain area delivers more nutrients to the hair follicle thus promoting hair regrowth. A recommended dose is 120-160mg of dry extract each day spread over three doses. He Shou Wu: Also known as Polygonum Multiflorum, this herb has traditionally been used to reduce hair loss and can be taken in capsule form or as a tea. Pygeum Africanum: This herb is derived from the bark of the evergreen tree and it works like green tea. It is used to treat male pattern baldness. You should take 60-500mg per day in pill or capsule form.

 

Saw Palmetto: Also known as Seranoa Repens, this is a favorite choice for many men due to its ability to slow hair loss and encourage hair regrowth. Many commercially prepared hair loss treatments use this herb as a base but it can easily be found in its pure form. A dose of 160mg twice each day is recommended, but be sure the ingredients are made from the berry extract not the dried berries themselves. The second type of home remedy for attacking hair loss are external preparations that are applied to the hair and scalp directly. Some of these may sound odd, but you never know until you try, right?

 

Safflower Oil: Also known as Carthamus Tinctorious, safflower oil applied to the scalp acts as a vasolidator that dilates blood vessels. This allows more blood to deliver nutrients to the hair follicle thus creating an environment conducive to hair regrowth. Aloe Vera: You can rub Aloe Vera into your scalp each night. It’s believed that the herb activates the production of nitric oxide and contains an enzyme called superoxide dismutane. These two substances combined may stimulate hair regrowth in those suffering from male pattern baldness. Red Pepper: Also know as Capiscum, you can apply Red Pepper to the scalp as a poultice. It irritates the scalp and stimulates blood flow to the base of the hair, which may encourage renewed hair growth.

 

Onion: Yes, onions. Some believe that rubbing the scalp with an onion before shampooing may actually stimulate hair growth…your mileage may vary! There are many more home remedies that may aid in hair growth or regrowth. I will talk about these in future articles. Thanks for reading and take care!

 

Dave McCloskey is a long-time hair stylist who wants to share some of his knowledge with folks on the web. For more information on male hair loss: www.computtel.com/haircareblog

Plain Truth About Hair Loss

This hair loss article unveils the myths and mysteries behind hair loss.

Before I discuss the cause of hair loss, I think it is very important to dispel some hair loss myths.

 

Does Combing & Shampooing Cause Hair Loss?

Natural Hair Loss is NOT caused by combing or shampooing, though rough treatment of the hair may contribute to some hair loss, though they certainly are not the root cause for most human hair loss. One further myth to dispel while we are talking about hair hygiene is the rumor that “clogged hair follicles" cause hair loss. Well the plain truth is that your hair is far different than your clogged kitchen sink. The root problem with hair loss is what is genetic actions happening in the cells below the scalp.

 

Does sun tanning cause Hair Loss?

Not unless you get a severe sun burn!

 

Other than genetics what causes hair loss?

Other factors that can contribute to hair loss include; illness, stress, nutrition, blood circulation, thyroid gland, metabolism, age, and medication are other leading factors to mostly temporary hair loss.

 

How much hair does the normal person loose per day?

Normal Hair Loss varies - but studies indicate that humans loose around 100 - 200 hairs a day.

 

What causes hair to look unhealthy?

Human hair grows in cycles. As we age and the effects of our inherited gene make-up begins to change the normal hair growth cycle so that more hair is being lost than is being grown. This results in thinning hair giving the overall impression of dull, brittle and aged hair.

 

Will having to much sex cause hair loss?

No, your sexual activity level has nothing to do with hair loss, unless you’re doing some unimaginable weird stuff.

 

What causes grey hair?

Certain cells in the hair follicle called melanocytes produce our natural hair color. As we age the melanocyte production slows down causing the pigment of the hair to produce a transparent pigment we call grey hair. Other factors especially smoking can prematurely turn hair grey along with vitamin B-12 deficiencies and thyroid imbalances, but the main culprit is again heredity.

 

What is the main cause for Hair Loss?

Most normal hair loss commonly referred to as "Male Pattern Baldness" is caused by your genetic make-up that you inherited from both of your parents and as the natural process of aging causing your body hormones to decrease or stop the growth cycle of hair follicles.

 

Is there a cure for Hair Loss?

Not at this time, but the future looks very promising with stem cell research, hair cloning, and surgical hair transplants leading the way.

 

Fred Neech is the webmaster of the Hair Loss Guide, www.1st-hairloss.com

Ways To Deal With Hair Loss

A great many people suffer from hair loss problems during their lives, and suffering from thinning hair – particularly at an earlier age – can prove very stressful and traumatic. We often associate hair loss with old age, but the truth is that there are many causes of this problem and it can affect anyone and at any age. From small bald spots to high level loss of hair, different people can be affected in different ways, often depending on the cause of the problem. Thankfully, there are a number of solutions available these days that can help with promoting regrowth of the hair. Often the solution that is most effective will depend on a number of factors, such as the cause of the problem, the level of loss, and even your budget. However, different treatments suit different people, and you may find that a solution that has worked on a friend may do nothing for your problem.

 

Unfortunately, these emotions will actually accelerate the hair loss process rather than help control it effectively. In most cases, if the initial stress response isn’t recognised and eliminated, a vicious circle will develop and before you know it, those thinning areas willgradually spread across the scalp.

 

Benefiting from hair loss solutions

Medications, vitamins, and herbal remedies Products for the treatment of this problem have been around for many years, but in the past have been treated with some doubt and scepticism. However, over the years, the products available in terms of treatment for thinning hair or loss of hair have vastly improved and many people have found success through the range of over the counter solutions and medications designed to help with the growth of new hair and follicle improvement. You can also get medication on prescription for this problem, such as regaine, and for many this has proven the ideal solution, although you should ensure that you check the side effects with both prescription and over the counter solutions. Vitamins and herbal remedies are also available and could help with this problem, but again the cause of the loss of hair – which could range from illness and medication side effects to stress and poor diet – will often determine how effective each treatment for loss of hair will be.

 

Transplants could prove the ideal solution Although more expensive than traditional solutions for the treatment of loss of hair, transplants are becoming increasingly popular as a solution simply because this form of treatment is both permanent and effective. By grafting from a healthy area of the scalp, the surgeon can then transplant hair and healthy follicles to the affected area, thus eliminating the baldness problem and promoting regrowth in the future. For many, this is the most natural and effective treatment for their problem.

 

Because the cause of loss of hair can vary so widely, it is important to try and ascertain the cause of the issue before attempting to treat it. If you notice that you are losing your hair through anything other than aging it is important to seek medical advice before treatment. You can then determine which form of treatment might best suit your needs.

 

Charles Mahoney distributes frequently for http://www.hair-loss-tips.com which is an internet site for information. Amongst his works he is working on topics like healths and fitness.

 

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