Hair Loss Treatments And Products

Although this is a fitness blog, we occasionally have an article about hair loss. While it might not apply to a lot of our fan base, many of them use these articles to help their aging parents or relatives. Today we will be discussing the topic of hair loss treatments and products. Not being full-bottle on this topic, we went around finding information on this. After a while, we managed to find someone who has researched the topic and understood it well. This gentleman has written many articles on this topic, and the one he has recommended us to share with you today has also been shared in other blogs. Anyways, here goes:

“The hair loss industry is not one that inspires great confidence in most people. I have to admit this is perfectly understandable given the damage caused by the many rogues and charlatans who have abused the trust of far too many vulnerable people – people who have received worthless and even dangerous products or advice in exchange for their hard-earned cash. The result is the prevalence of a stigma that the industry is hard pressed to shake off.

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However, is this perception really justified nowadays? Are there no genuine treatments that sufferers can turn to in a bid to treat the ravages of premature hair loss? The simple answer is YES, there are several safe, affordable, accessible and effective hair loss treatments currently available. FDA has even approved some for the treatment of hair loss conditions while others draw on natural remedies as the basis for commercially available products. Whether or not any of them are suitable for a given individual depends on a number of important factors.

First, every individual must determine the exact cause or causes of his or her hair loss. This may appear to be an over-simplistic statement but the truth is, most people undergoing a course of treatment for hair loss have proceeded based on self-diagnosis. Given the fact that premature or excessive hair loss is often associated with underlying medical conditions, this is perhaps not the most sensible course of action.

My advice in all cases is to seek the guidance of a qualified medical practitioner because the consequences of not doing so may be serious in a small number of cases. Even where all the evidence points to the onset of hereditary male pattern baldness, it would probably be best to seek advice, if only to rule out other factors.

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Once the cause of hair loss has been properly diagnosed, you will be in a position to choose a suitable form of treatment. This may range from the prescription of drugs aimed at balancing disrupted hormone levels to the topical application of minoxidil to reduce the symptoms of male pattern baldness.

Hair loss may be caused by many factors including changing hormone levels, illness, stress, overuse of strong chemicals, excessive traction, poor grooming practices, side effects of medical treatment, poor nutrition, weak immune system and the effects of aging. The good news is, all of these can be tackled with reasonable hope of success but only if you choose the right treatment.

Alopecia or male pattern baldness is genetic in character. Many people use medical hair transplants every year with surprising results to overcome this problem. However, hair transplant is the last solution of hair loss problem. Some hair loss remedies are available in the market for hair loss prevention. Moreover, you can stop hair loss with the use of best hair loss products (allopathic). With the use of hair loss products, you can simply stop hair loss, no new hair growth will occur.


Alopecia or male pattern baldness is not a scalp related problem. Alopecia occurs because of chemical reaction between oil glands found in the hair follicle and testosterone. When testosterone (male hormone) transforms into DHT, reaction causes follicle to shrink. However, there are hair loss products available on the market, which works against the production of DHT. You must buy a hair loss product, which contains ingredients like pro-vitamin B5, saw and palmetto zinc. These kinds of hair loss product are designed to keep your hair on your head.

If you want to stop hair loss, you are recommended to use hair loss products like Propecia and Rogaine. These hair loss products are available at drug stores and you can even order Rogaine online. If it is already late and you are bald or have significant thinning, then you must think for a hair loss treatment. Medical hair restoration will be the best option for your problem. Results will be full head of natural hair. This process is not painful, but you will feel some swelling and discomfort. Your dermatologist will help you to select a hair loss product or hair transplant process, which will meet your expectations.”

Good article, isn’t it? Our sincerest thanks to the contributor of this article. Since we have been in the health industry for a while, it stands to reason that we have contacts that can help with hair issues, including hair loss. Here are some links to both physical and digital products that have been known to help with hair loss issues:

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