hello sarah, i had masturbated twice a day for 5 years and recently i got blood in my semen and now i dont have erection so i gave up this habit. now even my beard hairs dont grow in that pace as it use to so i think their must be some link with hair and sexual activity. Regarding ADHD, i dont take any medication but I Think too much. their is no time when i stop it. and this overthinking gives me stress, fill my head with negative thoughts. but it is impossible for me to stop thinking because of ADHD. this ADHD was responsible to stimulate me towards over masturbation. So what should i do now ??
controlling stress is prime factor for healthy hair… however for other measures to reduce hairfall aleo Vera paste and application onion juice directly on scalp works slow but gives effiective results
Some treatments in development hold particular promise for women. Angela Christiano, a hair geneticist and Columbia University professor of dermatology, is hoping to begin clinical trials in a year or two on a procedure in which she dissects hair-follicle stem cells, grows them in the lab until she has several million, then injects them into the scalp, where, a very small study done with a human skin model has shown, they induce new hairs.
One of the very main and common reasons for hair loss in women is physical or emotional stress. Divorce, a big surgery, trauma, etc. can all be major stress-inducing factors, and, therefore, one may experience a significant amount of hair-loss during this period. It happens as a result of your body putting effort into directing its resources towards getting you through the situation. Physical changes like sudden weight loss, high fever, etc., can also result in hair loss.
First, consult your doctor. He or she might recommend dietary changes because it’s the most common cure and involves no risks, Of course, there are other factors that come into play such as gender and race, but all in all the chemistry of your body plays the ultimate role.
Androgenetic alopecia-This is the most common type of hair loss which is attributed to DHT. DHT stands for dihydrotestosterone. Basically, testosterone is the male hormone which is responsible for deep voice, strong muscles and genital structures that characterize men. Testosterone hormone acts on these tissues directly but on the scalp it causes a negative impact, especially on the hair follicles. Here, it gets converted into DHT that leads to hair loss. DHT builds up from stress and several other factors like improper diet, age, hormones etc. In women too, androgenetic hair loss can be blamed on DHT. Women undergo many hormonal changes during their lifetime specifically at puberty, childbirth and again during menopause. These changes wreak havoc on the skin and hair.
Hannah, I enjoyed your round-up on hair loss treatments and procedures. However, I think you may have glossed over an important fact in your discussion of modern hair transplant procedures. As with any procedure, some professionals are focused on patient comfort and others less so. The same is true with hair transplantation. In your article you make a blanket statement that hair transplants are painful and expensive, when in fact this is doctor-dependent and technique dependent. Just like producing artistic results and performing minimally-invasive FUE style of hair transplants take years and years and hundreds of cases to completely master, providing a comfortable experience to patients is the same. Hair transplant newbies or part-time surgeons are less likely to understand the nuances of patient selection, hair loss management and artistic hairline design, so too will they be more likely to perform hair transplants (and even PRP) without adequate attention to patient comfort. (I’ve heard reports that some PRP docs do scalp injections without ANY anesthesia… ouch!) In our training programs, we teach our “Ouchless Protocol” for PRP and minimally-invasive FUE Hair Transplants in addition to the other detailed nuances that most newbie surgeons forget. As more and more inexperienced surgeons enter the field hair transplants and offer PRP to meet patient demand, we are seeing a resurgence of MAJOR errors, unfortunately, and the need for corrective hair transplantation by ABHRS-certified hair transplant surgeons. Bottom line, a hair transplant does NOT need to be painful… in fact, most of our patients fly in for the procedure because they have heard correctly that our procedures are comfortable (even “Ouchless!” as well as being well-executed and delivering high-quality, natural results. For patients, we instruct them to do their due diligence and homework, read reviews, look for certifications, experience, expertise, watch videos and get long-distance consultations before choosing an FUE hair transplant doctor.
We’re sad to hear about your hair. It’s going to take a little while to grow back healthy, but it will most likely bounce back in time. After all, hair usually grows around 6 inches per year. In the meantime, try using a gentle shampoo that doesn’t have sulfates—like PURA D’OR or Art Naturals’ Argan Oil. Use conditioner and let it sit for a couple of minutes on your hair before you rinse it. Leave-in conditioners with Argan oil can help your hair grow back faster and healthier and keep it from tangling. Try to not brush your hair when it’s dry, only when it’s damp, and use a brush or comb that doesn’t tangle or pull out strands. Get a head massage to get the blood flowing. You may want to see a different stylist to trim off any split ends in a couple of months.
Drink green tea to make your hair grow back naturally. Green tea lowers the levels of dihydrotestosterone, or DHT, in your body. DHT is one on the main culprits to hair loss, so drinking tea can help your hair grow back in a natural way. Drink at least 24 oz. of green tea every day to help your scalp grow hair back.
Though different anecdotal reports are roaming around on the internet about how urine can treat Receding Hair, no such formal scientific studies show whether urine from animals is better or worse treatment than anything else in the market. Therefore, it’s up to you if you want to try it and see what will happen.
Hello My name is Ishrath Male 26 years old, I had very greazy dandruff since four years which took my hair off, and now I have thin hair please advise me any good remedy as I have tried all possible doctors and medicines.
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Consult your doctor (because that’s the best thing you can do) and ask him/her if what other alternative treatments you can try so that the curing of your disease can be faster as well as your Hair Loss.