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What You Need to Know About Hair Loss Treatment
Hair loss is a hard thing for anybody to grapple with, and women specifically. While it is typically thought to be a male problem, it is also something that affects women as well. It is a problem of several people. Hair loss is crucial to avoid, but a lot of people find that it’s difficult, this is a cure to assist.
Hair loss is a typical problem which is frequently experienced by both women and men and can be brought about by quite a few distinct things including poor diet plan and genetics. It is not cured with just a month or two into any treatment. It is not just a simple appearance problem. The loss of hair because of nutrient-deficient condition can be corrected with the correct diet including adequate heights of all important minerals and vitamins.
Things You Should Know About Hair Loss Treatment
Hair can start to fall out for a lot of reasons. It can be extremely frustrating and difficult, if you want to quit losing hair, to purchase plenty of different products which do not do the job. Beautiful and healthful hair enhances your personality.
The main cause of hair loss is called androgenetic alopecia. It is one of the most common problems experienced by men and women all over the world. It will probably halt the loss of hair in most of men, but the quantity of regrowth will be dependent on the person.
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In a recent survey, it was found that men fear losing their hair, either by it thinning, receding or by going bald completely, will make them unattractive in the eyes of others. It seems that lots of men worry about what others think about their hair loss. The survey revealed that North South Carolina men who have bald fathers tend to keep their own hair short, so that if the hair begins to fall out it wouldn’t be such a shock to lose it all.
There are three general patterns of male pattern hair loss, and men can experience one of these patterns of hair loss or a mixture of all three:
- A receding hairline is one of the most common hair loss patterns, where the hair is lost at the temples, either side of the forehead, usually leaving a mound in the middle. This may sometimes be the only area of hair loss, but others may experience thinning at the crown as well.
- Some men will experience their hair thinning at the crown, which is at the back or top of the head. This can occur by itself or coincide with a receding hairline. Usually hair loss starts with thinning at the crown until the scalp becomes visible, and in time a bald patch may appear. This bald patch may grow wider until it meets the receding hairline, or it may stay at the top or back of the head and spread outwards in all directions to produce a circular baldness.
- General thinning spreads evenly over the top of the scalp, and men will not get a distinct receding hairline or a thinning crown. With general thinning, the onset of hair loss is less obvious and takes longer to notice.
One method of restoring hair to a follically challenged head is the FUE hair transplant technique. FUE involves taking healthy hair follicles from the scalp one by one and grafting them into the bald areas of the head. The North SC surgeon transplants hair follicles into the same slot that contained previous hair, giving it a better chance of settling in permanently. This method of transplanting is very intricate and it requires special attention and care. This means the treatment is completed over a number of sessions and not performed in one long exhausting procedure. The grafts usually take in a few days and the redness caused by the treatment settles in under a week.
FUE hair transplants are very popular as:
- They deliver more natural-looking results.
- The treatment is less painful than other methods.
- Downtime is minimal.
In most cases, once you receive the aesthetics, you’ll only feel minimal discomfort during the procedure. With the FUE hair transplant technique, visible scarring on the scalp is negligible. FUE transplant procedures are less painful compared to earlier transplant treatments and they tend to produce more natural looking results.
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Some Common Q & A’s
Does Homeopathic Treatment Work For Balding?
I Am A Girl..I Am Almost Suffering From Balding..Should I Go Through Homeopathic Treatment? Does Homeopathic Treatment Work For Balding? Plz Help Me To Know If Anyone Got Benefited ...
Homeopathic treatment involves diluting an ingredient, usually to such a degree that only water is present--mathematically, the more diluted homeopathic "medicines" are unlikely to include even a single molecule of active ingredient. So usually, what you're taking is just water, or in the case of pills it's usually sugar or the like.
Homeopathic treatment does not work. The concepts on which homeopathy rests are unscientific and illogical, and the only reason homeopathic treatments are allowed to be sold is because they don't need to be tested. Why don't they need to be tested? Because they're *not* medicine!
Topical Natural Hair Loss Treatments?
Yeah It Looks Like Rodaine Is A Topical Vasodilator And Basically Allows More Blood To Flow To The Hair Roots. Problem Is That When I Use It I Get Every Side Effect In The Books And Honestly I'D Rather Be Bald.
I Know There Are A Lot Of Natural Vasodilators But Which Ones Are Really Potent. Also Open To Other Natural Topical Treatments
You really need to ascertain what type of hair loss you have. Is it male pattern baldness or one of the other alopecias. If you are balding in a male pattern baldness type of way then it is doubtful that any of what you mention will have any real effect as blood flow is not majorly implicated as an underlying cause. Plus you really should not use those unless approved by a medical doctor, especially since you say you have had many side effects. DHT (a testosterone metabolite) and it's enzyme responsible for its production 5-alpha reductase are implicated in male pattern baldness more so. In which case you could try massaging pumpkin seed oil (an inhibitor of these) into your scalp either neat or diluted in a little olive oil or jojoba oil.
Perhaps more to the point, accept balding gracefully, as it is quite natural. You could always shave your head or get a very short hair cut as it is trendy to do so.
Is There Some Kind Of Medical Procedure To Have Thicker Hair Besides A Hair Transplant?
In A Ht They Take Hair From The Back And Sides Of Your Hair And Put It On Top Of Your Head. But My Hair Is Thin Everywhere. It'S Not Thinning Or Anything. I'M Only 18 Years Old. I Just Have Extremely Thin Hair. Where My Hair Parts At My Bangs, I Have A Bald Spot And When My Hair Is Wet, I Look **** Near Bald. It'S Embarrassing And I Already Know There Are No Kind Of Products Or Natural Ways To Make Your Hair Grow Thicker. I Have Honestly Thought About Shaving My Head Just To See If It Would Grow Back Even A Little Thicker But That'S Just Too Extreme For Me.
Hello. There are some leave on conditioners that help to grow more hair. Also castor oil helps to grow hair. I have thin hair too. I've been using an olive oil grow treatment and this one by the brand Cantu. Once a week I do castor oil. And you put that on your scalp and ends. Every day I do the Cantu- it has Shea butter and stuff. Then once a week the olive oil. And I'm starting to grow new hair! Which is really exciting because I've had thin hair for a long time. It started getting thinner in high school. So hopefully I can get the hair I had in grade school, that would be great. The conditioners are around 5 dollars. You can get them at Wallgreens and Walmart.
How To Cure Hair Fall?
I Am Just 17, But My Hair Going Thiner Day By Day. As A Teen Boy What Can I Do For It'S Remedy? Is There Any Home Remedies For It...? Pls Help Me..
Hair loss is a very common problem among people. In most cases abnormal loosing of hair is a sign of health problems. What is abnormal loosing of hair? Do not panic if you loose from 50 to 100 hair per day – this is normal. If you clearly lose more or you see hairless spots on your head – see your doctor.
So 50-100 strands of hair loss is totally normal and in limits, but if you still want to have stronger hair against hair loss, i advice you to check the following web page, where you can find recent best 10 shampoos that help you to recover from your hair loss problem and they are really great. The page ALSO has information about the possible reasons of hair loss.
I advice you to give Nioxin a try. In the web page above you will also find some other information than just shampoos, such as how to prevent hair loss and what are the common reasons of it..
Also i advice you to check the Bosley company, you will see their link in the web page above, where you can get free consultation with Bosley Medical physician, they are hair loss experts and one of the best world wide and the consults are totally free of charge and you will get the correct information without spending a dime and then decide your next step.
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Hope this can help you.
I Have Noticed That The Hair On The Back Or Crown Of My Head Is Starting To Get Thin. I Was Wondering If I Was Going Bald But My Dad And Most Of My Uncles Havent Gotten Bald In That Area And Im Only 17. I Asked My Parents And They Told Me That It Was Because I Take A Bath Twice A Day With Very Hot Water And That My Hair Will Grow Back. Is This True?
Also, If Your Dad And Uncles Arent Bald Does It Mean That I Wont Be Bald Either
Thanx In Advance
One of my roomates started loosing his hair last year. After many different herbal, homebrew, and who knows what from the internet, he ultimately chose to visit a hair loss center. At first he was afraid to go becasue he was scared it would cost too much, but he learned a lot from the free consultations. After 6 months he is finally starting to regrow some hair. Sorry I don't know more about his treatment, but maybe you could call a local clinic. http://www.hairlossandtreatment.com
Hair Implant Question?
Okay, So My Hair Line Starts Really Far Back And I Cant Stand It. It Makes My Fore Head So Look So Big And Its Kind Of Embarrassing. Could I Get Hair Implants To Fix This Problem? How Much Does It Cost And Once /If The Hair Is Implanted Will It Grow Naturally?
yes, it is called forehead reduction or hair transplant. (http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl=h...
Hair Loss Prevention In Women?
Hair Loss On The Left Side On The Right Side Of The Head, Dry And Flaky
What Treatment To Help New Hair Growth
Heredity, hormones, stress, diet, illness, poor hair care – all are factors in hair loss.
Stress, diet and illness are more temporary conditions and usually the hair loss is reversed when the anxiety-producing conditions dissipate, when the diet is improved, when hair care improves and when an illness is cured or gotten under control.
Heredity and hormones are different matters, however. Heredity is an irreversible condition. You are a product of your parents, and hair loss is often inherited. Hormones are tricky, hidden things, however, and they have different effects on an individual basis.
In a male, testosterone abides abundantly. There are also enzymes working on testosterone which product a substance called DHT. DHT is now known to circulate in the blood and cause other conditions, one of which is the shrinking of hair follicles. When hair follicles shrink enough, they are unable to produce and push a new hair through. As old hair dies, it is then not replaced.
In women, hormonal imbalances can also cause hair loss. Pregnancy, childbirth and menopause all cause significant hormonal change and imbalances with both physical and mental effects. These changes can also cause hair loss, both temporary and permanent.
Hair loss and re-growth products have been around for centuries. In ancient times, a variety of herbal and oil-based remedies were concocted and used by Egyptians, Aztecs, Mayans, and American Indians, all with some degree of effectiveness for some people. Modern medical research has focused on ways to re-open and stimulate “dead” hair follicles, so that hair growth can re-occur naturally, as well as keep the healthy follicles healthy. Thus, a number of products have become available, both by prescription and over-the-counter. They are advertised on radio and television and all over the Internet. One need only do a “google” search on hair loss, and there are literally thousands of sites and products for investigation.
One ingredient in many hair loss products is minoxidil. Research studies have shown that in about 80% of the participants, products containing this ingredient are effective in slowing hair loss and, in some, causing re-growth to occur.
Probably the most well known is Rogaine, available at any drug store, in varieties for both men and women. Most scientifically-produced products do have separate products for males and females, because, of course, hormones in each are different and of different levels.
An additional product containing minoxidil is Provillus, and, again, studies have shown it to be effective. The difference between Provillus and other similar products is that the makes have added Azelaic Acid, an additional ingredient which appears to enhance the follicle repair in both men and women. Provillus has been the subject of many studies, just as the other products, and level of effectiveness may be higher.
Provillus is available for both men and women, and the treatment is a combination of a topical liquid applied to the balding areas, as well as a pill or capsule to be taken in conjunction with the liquid. The critical key to effectiveness, according to its makers, is the addition of the azelaic acid, however, the correct amount of this acid is most important piece of this treatment.
As with most hair loss products, the makers recommend patience. It may take from 3-6 months for improvement to occur, however, there is a money-back guarantee up to 180 days if one is not satisfied that it is working for him/her.
Medical research is far from finished in its exploration of products which will stop hair loss and promote re-growth of “permanent” loss. As this research continues, existing producers will undoubtedly alter their products accordingly.
Fortunately, a lot of money is being poured into the research, so hair loss sufferers, take heart!
Which Is The Better Product To Restore Dry, Damaged Hair.?
My Hair Just Feels Really Dry And I Am Wondering Which Is The Better One To Use..
The V05 Hot Oil Shower
Or The V05 Total Hair Recovery...
Any Advice.. I Want To Try And Find Something That Doesn'T Cost An Arm And A Leg.
here are some home remedies which are very good for dry hair. i had dry hair myself but when i tried these tips it was great! they've never been dry again!
Dont go out and buy anything expensive.
First: Purchase a mild Shampoo (To Clarify hair, I will explain why)
Second: TRIM your hair ends (May 1 1/2 to 2 inches)
Third: Here's the magic part: Mix olive oil, almond oil, coconut oil, avocado oil and a "little" honey, (honey u will have to heat so it can blend). Either leave on ALL day or all night (if all nite, DONT use honey)
Beat up on an Egg: Separate the white of an egg from the yolk, and whip the white thoroughly. Then add 1 tablespoon of water to the yolk and blend until the mixture is creamy. Next, mix the white and yolk together. Wet your hair with warm water, remove the excess moisture, and apply the egg mixture to your scalp with your fingertips. Massage gently until the froth is worked into your scalp, and then rinse the hair with cool water. Keep applying the mixture until it is used up. Continue to rinse until all of the egg is washed away
Go for the Mayo: Heat up one half cup of mayonnaise until it becomes an oily, white goo and apply to dry, unwashed hair. Cover your hair with a plastic bag and leave on for at least 15 minutes. Then, rinse and shampoo thoroughly.
Mix up a Tropical Treat: Mash one over-ripe banana (the blacker, the better) with a mushy, rotten avocado. Massage this exotic puree into your hair and leave on for at least 15 minutes before washing out…in the kitchen sink!).
Grab a Cold One. Beer can give your dry hair a healthy sheen. Before you blow-dry or style, use a pump bottle to spray brew onto your hair. The beer will leave your hair shiny and sleek and its odor will disappear quickly.
In addition to using these home remedies regularly to avoid dry hair, try the following preventative measures:
Avoid overshampooing. Shampooing can wash away the hair's protective oils, so try washing less often and use a mild shampoo labeled "for dry or damaged hair."
Condition regularly. Conditioners protect the hair’s cuticle layer from splitting from the shaft. Pick a conditioner that works well for your hair and use it after every shampoo.
Wear a hat. Too much exposure to wind and sun can leave hair thirsty.
Trim off split ends. The biggest problem caused by dry hair is split ends. Schedule a trim every six to eight weeks to keep fraying ends under control.
Ease up on the heat. Heat (in the form of blow dryers, as well as straightening and curling irons) can quickly dry out hair. Let your hair air dry occasionally. Try using plastic cylinder rollers to straighten hair by wrapping slightly moist hair under and around rollers for about 10 minutes. For curling, try using sponge rollers overnight or sleeping with moist braids.
Don't swim without a cap. Use a rubber cap to protect your hair from the damaging effects of chlorine. If you must forgo a cap, rub a spoonful of olive oil into your hair before diving in.
Another thing is also putting in lotion in your hair after you have gotten out of the shower and you can also put in lotion in hair after you have dried it.
Just rub some lotion on your finger tips and run it through your hair evenly.
Also, something that will help your hair is to take COLDshowers. What most people dont know is that if you take hot showers, the heat gets rid of the oils and other things that your hair needs to be kept healty and shiney.
Smash an avocado and mix with jojoba and peppermint oils. Make sure its really smooth you may want to put it in a food processor with a little water. Then apply some to your scalp and the rest on your hair. Massage for a minute or so then put on a plastic cap. Leave for 15 to 30 minutes. The avocado and jojoba oils will moisterize and the peppermint will stimulate your scalp to loosen any dead skin and open your pores. It will feel great. Your hair will grow better and won't be dry. 🙂
Hope this helps!
If this doesnt help just contact me and i can give you more tips for your dry hair!
Swollen Lymph Nodes, Loss Of Hair?!?
My Mom Has 3 Swollen Lymph Nodes, That Are Very Big. One Behind Her Collar Bone, She'S Had For Years Which 2 Doctors Told Her It Was Cancer. One, Said It Wasn'T So She Didn'T Go Back, She Is A Stubborn Woman! Now She Has 2 In Her Neck That Are The Size Of Ping Pong Balls. And Losing Her Hair. Is This A Sign Of Cancer?
1. Lymph* Node* Enlargement:
1. Lymphatic system is nothing but a scavenging system [a part of immune system]-----collecting toxins, produced out of bacterial/viral infections/auto immune disorders,etc., from each and every organ and put the debris into excretory channels. They are urine, faeces, skin, menses [females] and lungs.
2. In any ailment, be it cancer, HIV/AIDS/Muscular Dystrophy/Autism/Diabetes/chronic allergies, etc.,--the first system to be affected is lymphatic system.
3. The lymph node enlargement--------is the first symptom/sign of working immune system. The swollen lymph node[s] may turn into a cyst, carbuncle,furuncle,abscess, boil, pustule, tumor [benign and malignant].
Cure: Lymph* Glands— (enlargement of) Mixture of CF 3x KM 3x and NP 3x. If gland is stony hard give CF 3x alone.
Dosage*: 2 grains t.d.s.
• All these biochemic salts/homeo medicines available @ local Homoeo shops, are safe and with side benefits. Don’t swallow medicine. The medicine to be dissolved on/under the tongue. Don’t take any thing 10 minutes before and 10 minutes after medication. You can take water.
4. If they won’t disappear in a couple of months, with the treatment cited, prudent to see a general surgeon.
5. The best /diagnosis/remedy lies with a general surgeon.
Prudent* to see a general surgeon*/local homeopath [for less costs]/dermatologist for physical examination, relevant investigations, accurate diagnosis and permanent cure by medication and or surgical interference
Because, in all chronic issues with complicated & confusing symptoms-involving many organs, I prefer a General Surgeon, who shall be accurate in arriving at the right diagnosis by pin-pointing the affected organ[s]/tissues and ensures fast relief with surgical interference.
Much before the advent of super-specialties like nuero/pediatric/cardiac/renal/gynec/brai... gastro-enterology, oncology, and ENT etc., all these surgeries were conducted by general surgeons. Hence, a Surgeon’s approach is most appropriate and accurate. A good surgeon suggests cheapest and accurate diagnostic investigations only to ensure permanent cure.
Whereas, for all acute problems/issues, a physician hits the symptoms/diseases with say, 10 stones/medicines with the hope that a few stones may hit with dramatic relief. But, it does work in many cases & with ‘no side effects’.
2. Hair Fall Detoxkin & 1 Cap in the morning & evening empty stomach.
Triphala Tab & 2 Tab twice a day after meals.
Ashwagandha XT & 2 Caps in the night before going to sleep.
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My Hair Is Damaged Any Body Have Home Remedies That I Can Use To Restore Hair, No Shampoo Ect Thyanx
damaged hair needs protein. unless you have a placenta lying around, you won't find a home remedy.
go to a salon, get redken antisnap leave-in treatment. it's about $14.95 a bottle (i have baby-fine bleached hair and mine is soft as a baby's butt and never breaks) and it lasts forever. use small amounts, and it is very lightweight.
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