Find out what you’re missing in your diet and make up for it. For me it was vitamin C and folic acid and I’m anemic. I started a prenatal, and vitamin C supplements, and I eat way more protein, mostly fish and chicken. I keep it moisturized and a massage every other day when I shampoo. To fix this problem you need to go about it by attacking all 3 ways. Inside your body, scalp, and your actual hair. Take vitamins AND easy a healthy diet. Be careful of too much iron it can be constipating. And talk to a doc about any deficiencies you may have. And keep the hair you have from breaking. Don’t let it get dry, use deep conditioners. Fyi, if you only do a massage with coconut oil or any oil, you will not get the full benefit. You need to start from within your body. Trust me, I tried doing only one and I got a few results, however doing this, my hair grows .4 inches every 2 weeks so that is almost an inch a month. Ladies, get your health on!
What is your opinion on laser combs? I went to the Men’s Club yesterday and they recommended I spend ~$800 to buy a laser band, comb or hat. What is your opinion on how those work? Sounds like snake oil to me. They also recommended I go to my dermatologist to get a prescription to reduce sebum in my hair. I have been on Fin for 11 months, Minox foam 1x/day yet hair shed hasn’t stopped. I do have a prescription for Ketoconazole shampoo but rarely use it. I read in your article that this shampoo does help with Sebum build up so I will try that. Any other recommendations for sebum reduction?
I don’t know that I saw a big difference in my hair yet, but my nails grew like crazy! they grew so fast, I had to file them down 3 times. I’ve been taking a bunch of vitamins for years for hair and nails but this was the only time I saw a rush in nail growth. I only used one bottle and will try a second to see if there’s a difference in my hair.
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Thank you, Turner. Finasteride should be enough. I wouldn’t take more than one oral DHT blocking treatment, but I wouldn’t shy away from using additional topical DHT blockers – like Lipogaine for Men (minoxidil plus DHT blocking ingredients).
Thank u very much for bringing various home remedies in sight of people.I am sure these will be effective for all to get released from vivid problem facing by suffered people,if we apply home remedies on our body regularly till get released from these.
Routine blood work can test your ferritin (iron stored in the blood) and vitamin D. Low levels can lead to hair loss, and the fix may be as simple as adding an iron or vitamin supplement. And hey, you’re probably overdue for a checkup anyway! (Cut pre-test jitters with these 8 insider tips for making any exam easier and more accurate.)
In clinical studies of mostly white women aged 18 – 49 years with mild to moderate degrees of hair loss, the following response to 2% minoxidil topical solution was reported: 19% of women reported moderate hair regrowth after using 2% minoxidil topical solution for 8 months (19% had moderate regrowth; 40% had minimal regrowth). This compares with 7% of women reporting moderate hair regrowth after using placebo, the liquid without minoxidil in it for 8 months (7% had moderate regrowth, 33% had minimal regrowth).
Before going to bed put oil in a small container. The quantity of the oil should be in proportion to the length and density of your hair so as to be applicable on your complete hair. Apply oil on the tip of your fingers and rub it gently on the base of your hair enabling it to penetrate in to the roots of your hair. Let the oil gradually seep into roots of your hair & nourish them for the whole night.Do not apply on your palms and rub it vigorously as it may uproot weak hair. Slow application and massage of hair only would yield better results. The oil may be removed in the morning with washing of hair with a mild shampoo which does not contain chemicals
This is a small or localized hair loss area caused by repetitive or persistent pulling or traction on hair roots. Tight braids and ponytails can pull hard enough on hairs to make them fall out. If this happens, it’s best to choose hairstyles that put less tension on hair. The sooner this is done the better to avoid permanent damage.
Trichotillomania is a stress-induced condition in which you have an irresistible urge to pull out hair and is often triggered by stress but can also result from tension, loneliness, boredom or frustration.
When using this product do not apply on other parts of the body avoid contact with the eyes. In case of accidental contact, rinse eyes with large amounts of cool tap water. some people have experienced changes in hair color and/or texture it takes time to regrow hair. You may need to use this product 2 times a day for at least 4 months before you see results. the amount of hair regrowth is different for each person. This product will not work for everyone.
In clinical testing, nearly nine out of 10 men noticed results. The solution is intended for men only and is easy to use on a daily basis. Simply dispense 1/2 capful of foam in your hands, part your hair, and apply in the area where your hair is thinning. Use your fingers to massage throughout the hair loss area twice a day and you should notice regrowth in as little as two months. Results last only as long as you use the medicine.
The comment about Dutasteride causing more side effects is not correct. All studies performed to this date actually sight that Dutasteride has lower side effects. Especially in regards to decreases in sex drive. The only time Dutasteride has been shown to have greater side effects is when the dosage of Finasteride was well below the recommended dosage of 1mg. In comparison 500mcg of Dutasteride has been shown to be more effective than 2.5mg of Finasteride and 1mg has shown to be more effective than 5mg of Finasteride, the dose used to treat BPH. The research has clearly shown that Dutasteride reduces serum DHT levels much faster and has much higher success rates.
I have tried this remedy and it works, first of all in order to immediately stop hair fall you have to shave your head, I shaved my head seven times backwards (against the growth angle of hair) after every two days, and every night apply coconut oil mixed with small amount of antimony (Surma), gently massage for 20 – 30 minutes, leave for the night and wash in morning with bath soap (Like lifebuoy) do not use perfumed soaps or shampoo, try to give your scalp as much air and sunlight possible, keep applying coconut oil and antimony till you get satisfactory results, I am still applying this method and believe me I have 70% improvement!
Thanks for your response and awesome article! Do you recommend sticking with minoxidil for a period of time (i.e. 6 months) before starting finasteride or do it all at once? I would be on finasteride now if I wasn’t nervous about the potential side effects so my plan was to wait to see if minoxidal does anything for me over the next 3 months or so (at that point I will have been on it ~ 6 months). My shedding has certainly reduced so hopefully it is starting to work. I’m in the very early stages of hair loss. No one would notice (except me and my wife). Just looks my hair part on the top of my head even though it really is thinning.
For now, Maryanne Senna, a dermatologist and the director of the Hair Academic Innovative Research Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, said the best she can tell patients who ask — and a lot of them do — is that Harklinikken won’t do any harm.
The hair thickening shampoo Nioxin didn’t help. Neither did Rogaine. Then she heard about Harklinikken, a Danish company offering a customized hair extract that’s given only to those who pass a fairly rigorous selection process.
You’ve all seen the ads in the back of men’s magazines, you’ve heard the commercials on the radio and you’ve seen the infomercials promoting miracle treatments for hair loss. The bottom line is that the vast majority of advertised “treatments” do not work for the prevention and treatment of hair loss. If a hair loss treatment is not approved by the FDA or recommended by The American Hair Loss Association, chances are you are wasting your precious time and money. Remember, successful treatment of hair loss is greatly dependent on early intervention. It is critical to begin treatment with an effective product as soon as you notice the onset of hair loss.
Vigorous rubbing of scalp with fingers after washing hair with cold water is one of the most effective home remedies for hair loss. Ideally, scalp should be rubbed vigorously until it starts to tingle with the heat. The exercise will activate the sebaceous glands and improve circulation of blood across the scalp.