It starts slowly in the beginning- at first, you see a few hairs in your comb. Slowly, you start seeing a visible chunk of your scalp. In a few years time, you have lost significant amount of hair. Man has been searching for a permanent cure for hair loss since times immemorial. Most of us do not have the money to undergo expensive hair transplant procedures to restore our hair. Not only are these treatments expensive, they are also very painful and have a significant down time. All this adds up to one’s frustration. It causes the sufferer to have a low self esteem. Most people with severe hair loss tend to become anti-social.
Using Rogaine is very helpful and has positive effects on the people that are using it regularly but just like other chemical products, this has side-effects too that can harm the consumer like sudden change of hair color which is an effect of the Rogaine itself having different chemicals mixed in, rapid growth of unwanted hair in the face which is caused by the effect of nourishing the hair follicles at the scalp going down into the face, itchiness of the scalp that is caused by the product and may lead to painful scalp wounds.
Women with genetic or autoimmune related hair loss “have very few options” for hair regrowth, says Kobren. Minoxidil (brand name Rogaine) has been FDA-approved for women in a 2 percent concentration, but it only helps maintain existing hair and does not promote regrowth.
This device does not limit you from using other products for hair growth, such as topical treatments, hair regrowth shampoos, and oral supplements. Instead, light therapy helps to produce faster visible results. An oil-based shampoo is your best partner. However, it’s best to consult your physician if your scalp has light sensitivity problems.
Vitamin A-rich foods — Foods high in vitamin A can help maintain the health of your scalp, which is essential to healthy hair growth. Vitamin A helps make the sebum that conditions your scalp. Great food choices include pumpkin, sweet potato and kale.
My dearest friend, I know all too well how it feels like to have hair loss. Embarrassments, frustrations and a huge dip in self-confidence, as well as hundreds of other bad things, come hand in hand with baldness and hair loss.
I am 33 years old straight thin hair i am loosing too much of hair in front and it is very odd, my house is full of my hair and even in office please suggest some home remedy for me. [email protected]
I have been on Proscar now (1.25mg/day) for nearly 10 months, rogaine foam 1 to 2 days a time and Nizoral shampoo a few times a week. unfortunately, the shedding never stopped. When I shower, I still see 10-15 hairs on my hand when I shampoo and another 5-10 after I comb my hair after I shower . . . and then another 10-15 when I style my hair with gel in the mornings. I’m going to switch to name brand Propecia and try that out for a few months but I think I may just not responding to this treatment. My hair is absolutely more thin than it was before I started treatment. My thinking is that I go another 3 months on name brand propecia and if that doesn’t work, try Avordart. Thoughts?
Y’all know I’ve been working on growing my hair to lengths for quite some time. My hair was annoying me so much that I got extensions put in over the summer! Now it’s finally to a length that I’m really happy with, but I didn’t get there by myself. I wish I could say otherwise, but I had a lot of help along the way from hair growth products. I don’t think it’s cheating. I just accelerated the process!
I have been bald for over 20 years now. I went to my barber for a trim in August and noticed more than a few strands of hair growing on the top of my head along with a full head of white fuzz. Since then the fuzz is still there and the hair keeps growing in. No change in diet or lifestyle.
First, follow the above suggestions in the article. If you don’t see results, you may consider seeing a health-care provider to determine what is causing the hair loss and what the best treatment option is.
Harklinikken does not advertise, but the 25-year-old multinational company is beginning an aggressive expansion into the $3.6 billion hair-loss market in the United States, meaning you’re likely to hear a lot more about it. A New York clinic opened in June inside the Core Club in Midtown (you don’t need to be a member to get an appointment); and in August, Harklinikken consultations became available at some 70 Women’s Care Florida obstetrics and gynecology clinics. (Roughly 75 percent of the company’s 50,000 active users are female.)
A dermatologist also will ask what medicines you take, what allergies you have, and whether you have been dieting. It is important to give the dermatologist accurate information. Like a murder mystery, the slightest clue can solve the case. Women may be asked about their periods, pregnancies, and menopause.
“Testosterone gets metabolized into estrogen but it can also go another pathway into DHT,” said Dr. Mark Carney, a naturopathic doctor, acupuncturist and nutrition expert at Thriveology in Denver, Colo.
Scientists now understand that pattern baldness occurs through a phenomenon known as miniaturization. Some hair follicles appear to be genetically oversensitive to the actions of dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which is a hormone that is converted from testosterone with the help of an enzyme held in the follicle’s oil glands.
yes…..for me, the best thing to use is onion juice two or three times aweek…….mix it with castor oil or coconut oil………one can see an improvement in 2 weeks but it will take 6 months or so to see an excellent result……..it could work for you……try it!