I love your tips but just wash your hair with shampoo and conditioned every day and let it air dry, No combs, brushes, towels! It will grow and you will see the difference in 3 weeks, I just started this a while back and my hair is probably down to my boob! Its A great technique especially if you have dandruff, I used to. Also a faster way is to keep your head upside down while letting it air dry
I always assumed taking finasteride was a given with any transplant procedure, after all what’s the point in having an area of your scalp transplanted with new hairs then all the surrounding areas of hair continue to disappear in the balding process. That would not be a good look at all.
hiii my name is akriti i m just 17years old nd suffering from hairfall problem from last 2 yrs.i m very much tensed about this nd me losing on my confidence ,i have gone to so many doctors they gave me some lotion but it was very itching,now me afraid when would this stop nd whether i will regain my lost hair.i don’t have dandruff but there is some white kind of stuff flake,sometimes i feel pain in my scalp also . i plz plz i m really tensed suggest me something ,i m really tensed nd feel ashamed of it my email id is [email protected] 🙁
Minoxidil (loniten) was the first drug approved by the FDA for the treatment of male pattern baldness. For many years, minoxidill, in pill form, was widely used to treat high blood pressure. Just like finasteride researchers discovered a very interesting side effect of the drug. People taking the medication were growing hair in unexpected places like on their cheeks and the back of their hands, some even grew hair on their foreheads.
DIET DOS: If you’re vegetarian or anemic, you may lack adequate iron, which is essential for strong, healthy hair. Make sure you’re eating plenty of leafy greens—such as spinach, kale, and chard—and beans, tofu, or lean cuts of red meat, which are all great sources of iron as well as biotin and zinc, two nutrients that may also play a role in hair growth.
My results are better than I had hoped for! I am a 53 year old woman and 4 years post menopause. I was experiencing slight thinning over that time. However, over the past few months the hair loss significantly picked up. I had a total bald spot about the size of three quarters north of my temples. I have no family history of hair loss. I had my thyroid checked, and it was fine. My primary care physician suggested I see my gyn for hormone level evaluations. I did not want to go down that path. Fortunately, I saw a coupon for Women’s Rogaine. I was not aware the product existed. I have been using it for six weeks and the bald spots have filled in very densely. I get up every morning and feel so relieved to see more hair growth. Thank you Rogaine! I feel so fortunate!
Low level laser devices approved by the FDA are promoted for use in male pattern hair loss. These devices are used at home without a physician’s prescription and vary in cost from $50 to over $1,000. They come in the form of combs, helmets, and hats. Limited studies are moderately persuasive that they stimulate hair growth.
When we spoke with Sarah, a Rogaine nurse, she explained that the different packaging (and therefore different prices) has to do with the FDA-approval process. “We discovered in clinical trials that the hair loss patterns between men and women are different,” she said by way of explanation. “Men typically have that bald spot on the crown of their head, where women generally have a general thinning throughout, but concentrated more on the top of the head. So for FDA approval, we had to come up with two different, gender-specific products, so the directions were more explanatory.”
Multiple vitamins, including biotin, have been promoted for hair growth, but solid scientific studies for many of these claims are lacking. While taking biotin and other supplements marketed for hair, skin, and nails probably won’t worsen anything, it may also not necessarily help the situation. Therefore, advertised hair-regrowth supplements should be approached with mild caution. There is only anecdotal evidence that oral or topical application garlic, onion juice, saw palmetto, coconut oil, evening primrose oil, apple cider vinegar, creatine, and pumpkin seed oil are of benefit for hair loss.
A bathroom covered with loose strands or an ever-scrawnier ponytail can be startling but doesn’t necessarily mean anything’s wrong. By age 50, half of women will complain of hair loss. “As we age, overall hair density changes and individual strands become finer,” says dermatologist Doris J. Day. But just because thinning is natural doesn’t mean you have to accept it. Here are 12 solutions to help you keep the hair out of your brush and on your head.
Stop use and ask a doctor if chest pain, rapid heartbeat, faintness, or dizziness occurs sudden, unexplained weight gain occurs your hands or feet swell scalp irritation or redness occurs unwanted facial hair growth occurs you do not see hair regrowth in 4 months May be harmful if used when pregnant or breast-feeding. Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.
The easiest and most effective way to grow hair I found is by massaging your scalp, either with oil or even your bare finger tips. Invert your hair upsidedown and massage your scalp for 2-4 mins. daily for a week. It can help you grow hair few inches in a week. I saw this tip in websites so I thought I would definitely try it out, and it worked!
While minoxidil has been clinically proven to slow the progression of hair loss and regrow some hair, most informed experts see it as a relatively marginally effective drug in the fight against hair loss. Since minoxidil has no effect on the hormonal process of hair loss its positive effects are at best temporary and usually yield somewhat disappointing long-term results.
It’s insane to claim that “only a small percentage of people experience sides on propecia”, it’s the contrary, just about everyone experiences some weird sides as the drug has an effect on yoyr hormonal balance, everyone feels that. It’s psychological to believe you have no sidesFor me, sex became really dull
Topical spironolactone is a weak topical DHT blocker. Some users swear by it, but the general tone is that spironolactone is not as effective as finasteride. If you are concerned about the side effects of finasteride or if you are a woman, it is worth giving topical spironolactone a try.
Side effects, which are most often of a sexual nature, like loss of libido and erectile dysfunction, affect only a very small percentage of patients. And more often than not, they are psychological. The chances of you experiencing real side effects are next to impossible.
If you’re concerned about your hair loss, don’t stop taking the medication right away. See your doctor to find out if you have other options. You might just have to wait until you finish your treatment. In most cases, your hair should return once the treatment is stopped.
Hair typically grows about 6 inches per year. A person loses about 50 to 100 strands per day. Washing your hair can cause you to lose up to 250 strands at once, but not washing it doesn’t necessarily help stop hair loss.
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I took Gingko Biloba for general circulation, but noticed the amount of hair in the shower drian was getting less over time. My thinning hair on top my head got thicker and my receeding hairline started to fill back in. I could feel the little hairs on my foeehead growing back. My barber of 12 years one day asked me if I was using Rogaine because my hair wasn’t as thin. I said no and then knew it was the Gingko which thins the blood and also expandes capilaires just as Rogiane does. I still a have some receceding hairline but not much. Give it 4 to 6 months with a coupea of pills a day.
Liquid is hard to control and runs before I can effectively rub it in. It either runs to the back or down my forehead. Too soon to determine if it’s effective. Flakes if you don’t wash your hair the next day.
The most common cause in men is raised levels of dihydrotestosterone (DHT). This is the aging hormone that tends to destroy and neutralize hair follicles. DHT will cause the hair follicle to shrink, and in some cases cause it to completely disappear. DHT is your body’s response high levels of estrogen in the body. In a man’s body, high levels of estrogen are often caused by toxins, either from the environment or from food additives. These toxins clog the liver and cause it to malfunction. One of the best things to do then, in this case is to do a colon cleanse and a liver flush. After the liver functions normally again, the estrogen levels will also return to normal. And, in turn, the body’s production of DHT will reduce and THAT will help to reverse hair loss!
If you have an Oily Hair, then this is the product for you. You need to use this shampoo for at least 2 months in order to see visible results. The shampoo is effective enough to remove sebaceous discharge and excess oil from your hair and scalp.
Initialiste claims to boost hair growth and thickness in just a week, which I can definitely attest to. This serum packs a punch and will legit boost your hair. I used it for a week straight and noticed thicker, stronger, shinier hair. Now I just use it for maintenance when my hair feels dull.
Hi Missy, hope you are fully recovered from your ordeal. You may want to try our Bos- Revive system kit to help create an environment for healthy hair growth. It will give thickness to existing hair and help new hair grow in healthier. Also you could try the Healthy Hair Regrowth with Minoxidil but please talk to your Dr first as this is an over the counter medication
Reducing your red meat intake has been shown to slow hair loss (this is especially pertinent to men), but getting enough protein is important. For your healthiest hair, make sure your diet includes whole grains, beans, fish, nuts, and meat.
So, include a variety of foods like milk, cheese, yogurt, chicken, eggs, whole grains, salmon, spinach, broccoli, bell peppers, cabbage, parsley, grapefruit, avocado, brown bread, oats, and alfalfa in your diet to nourish your hair and scalp. Plus, drink fresh fruit and vegetable juices, such as orange, grapefruit, carrot, beet, and lettuce juice.