Is Your Hair Starting to Thin Out?

Is Your Hair Starting to Thin Out?

Examine all hair loss prevention strategies first before deciding on any one strategy or a combination of strategies. This can be especially important for many men, most of whom will begin to experience loss of hair from their scalps sooner or later. The most common manifestation is, of course, the infamous receding hairline.

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For a fact, just about every man can relate a story of a friend or a family member who began to lose his hair at a young age. There are plenty of stories about 21-year-old man with receding hairlines that made him look 10 years or even 15 years older than they really were. This is why coming up with a strategy to address the issue before it even begins to make a lot of sense.

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What if there was a simple therapy or regimen that didn’t involve expensive surgeries or lab-created compounds and chemicals that could strip the varnish off of a wooden coffee table if used improperly? Such therapies are regimens would probably be worth their weight in gold, if they were truly effective and had long-lasting results.

USE ARGANLIFE HAIR CARE PRODUCTS AND ORGANIC ARGAN OIL TO HELP PREVENT HAIR LOSS PROBLEMS

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HOW TO SUFFERING FROM HAIR LOSS NATURALLY

HOW TO SUFFERING FROM HAIR LOSS NATURALLY

Many women complain about growing hair where they don’t want it and losing it where they do – especially as they get older. This dilemma has many possible explanations, including hormonal changes, genetics or even an underlying medical condition. And depending on the cause, hair loss may be temporary or permanent.
On average, people lose about 50-100 hairs daily as more hair grows in, so just noticing some extra strands stuck to your brush shouldn’t necessarily make you worry. That said, it’s actually very common for women’s hair to thin as they age. According to the North American Menopause Society, about half of women notice thinning hair by the time they turn 50.
 
Using good hair care product for hair loss
Using natural products to help prevent hair loss is cheaper than trying to replace lost hair once it’s already gone.
ArganLife can be a fast way to help stop thinning hair, can help stop baldness, and help promote hair growth. Creating a healthy environment on the scalp is key to having thick, full hair growth. 
If you experience hair loss problems, you are at right place…
How Can I Have Natural Hair

How Can I Have Natural Hair

1. TRIM YOUR HAIR EVERY 6-8 WEEKS

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While it might seem weird to trim your hair while you are growing it out, you want to cut the dead ends off. In fact, it’s essential when you’re learning how to make your hair grow faster. Yes, hair does grow from your roots and trimming your split ends isn’t a way to make your hair grow, per se. But if you don’t take care of split ends, it could result in breakage and unhealthy hair, and you certainly don’t want that when you’re trying to grow your hair, do you? Trimming 1/4th of an inch of your hair every 6-8 weeks is great for you! We’ve gotten a lot of feedback on this tip but 9 out of 10 experts agree: you have to get rid of the dead ends or you’ll pay for it in the long run. Remember, you want your hair to be long and healthy, not just long!

2. GET HOT OIL SCALP MASSAGES

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If you have a best friend or a better half, why not let them give you a hot oil scalp massage? This is one of the coolest tips for making your hair grow faster ever and it really works! Just heat up a hot oil treatment, rub it into your scalp, wait a little while, and you’ll see the difference — your hair will feel thicker, softer, and longer! While you can always use a store-bought treatment, homemade hot oil treatments work just as well. Jojoba oil, coconut oil, olive oils, and most other oils you like will do wonders; just heat it up and apply thoroughly.

3. DRINK WATER FOR HEALTHY HAIR

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Water helps the body to process and flush out toxins faster, which makes it a quick and easy natural method that will make your hair grow a lot faster. If you drink about 8 cups of water a day, not only will your body feel better, but your hair will get stronger. The stronger the hair, the faster that it grows. Drinking water also keeps your hair hydrated from the inside out. Hydrated hair is happy hair because, when dry, your hair is much more likely to break.

4. CONDITIONER TREATMENT

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In order to grow really long hair, you have to have a super healthy scalp and also keep your own hair in good health. A deep conditioner treatment each week honestly helps! Every time I do a conditioner treatment, my hair feels like silk afterwards. You can either request such a treatment in your salon when getting your next hair cut, or do it at home with any natural hair treatment you buy.

HAIR LOSS CAUSES AND HAIR LOSS TREATMENT

HAIR LOSS CAUSES AND HAIR LOSS TREATMENT

 

In the past few years, medicine has made tremendous strides in the treatment of men’s hair loss. With the advent of 5-alpha-reductase inhibitors such as Propecia and the evolution of surgical hair restoration, for many, living with noticeable hair loss is no longer inevitable. For the first time in the history of mankind, it is now possible to stop or slow the progression of hair loss and to replace lost hair through surgery with completely natural results. However, with that said, the vast majority of hair loss treatments being marketed today are still nothing but “snake oils.”

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.

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The Norwood Scale

When considering treatment for your hair loss, it is important to understand just how far your hair loss has progressed. There will be times when you will have to relay this information via telephone or the internet to physicians or practitioners you may be trying to receive information from. It is also important to guard yourself against misdiagnoses of your condition.

Note: There are many variants in pattern hair loss; these have been cited as the most typical. 

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Introduction

Androgenetic alopecia or common male pattern baldness (MPB) accounts for more than 95% of hair loss in men. By the age of thirty-five two-thirds of American men will experience some degree of appreciable hair loss, and by the age of fifty approximately 85% of men have significantly thinning hair. Approximately twenty five percent of men who suffer with male pattern baldness begin the painful process before they reach the age of twenty-one.

Contrary to societal belief, most men who suffer from male pattern baldness are extremely unhappy with their situation and would do anything to change it. Hair loss affects every aspect of the hair loss sufferer’s life. It affects interpersonal relationships as well as the professional lives of those suffering. It is not uncommon for men to change their career paths because of their hair loss.

The American Hair Los Association recognizes how devastating male pattern baldness can be for men of all ages, and has created resources for men to get completely objective answers to their hair loss questions.

We strongly advise against researching your options through the yellow pages or commercial websites. There are hundreds of products and services being sold to the vulnerable hair loss consumer, but currently there are only two FDA approved products that have been clinically proven to stop or prevent hair loss. In addition, only a handful of surgeons are performing surgical hair restoration to state of the art standards.

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Causes of Hair Loss

Androgenic alopecia or male pattern baldness (MPB) is responsible for the vast majority of hair loss in men. While there are many possible reasons people lose their hair, including serious disease, reaction to certain medications, and in rare cases extremely stressful events, most hair loss in men can be blamed on heredity.

What male pattern baldness sufferers are actually inheriting are hair follicles with a genetic sensitivity to Dihydrotestosterone (DHT). Hair follicles that are sensitive to DHT begin to miniaturize, shortening the lifespan of each hair follicle affected. Eventually, these affected follicles stop producing cosmetically acceptable hair.

Male pattern baldness is generally characterized with the onset of a receeding hairline and thinning crown. Hair in these areas including the temples and mid-anterior scalp appear to be the most sensitive to DHT. This pattern eventually progresses into more apparent baldness throughout the entire top of the scalp, leaving only a rim or “horseshoe” pattern of hair remaining in the more advanced stages of MPB. For some men even this remaining rim of hair can be affected by DHT.

Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) is a derivative or by-product of testosterone. Testosterone converts to DHT with the aid of the enzyme Type II 5-alpha-reductace, which is held in the hair follicle’s oil glands. While the entire genetic process of male pattern baldness is not completely understood, scientists do know that DHT shrinks hair follicles, and that when DHT is suppressed, hair follicles continue to thrive. Hair follicles that are sensitive to DHT must be exposed to the hormone for a prolonged period of time in order for the affected follicle to complete the miniaturization process. Today, with proper intervention this process can be slowed or even stopped if caught early enough.

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Diagnosis

Typical male pattern baldness is usually diagnosed based on the appearance and pattern of the hair loss, along with a detailed medical history, including questions about the prevalence of hair loss in your family. An experienced medical hair loss expert should examine the scalp under magnification (preferably with a device called a densitometer), in order to assess the degree of miniaturization of the hair follicles. This assessment is very important when recommending the proper course of treatment.

Some advertised “clinics” might recommend a costly hair analysis or a scalp biopsy to properly diagnose your hair loss. The only reason to have a hair analysis is to assess the possibility of poison induced hair loss. A hair analysis may reveal substances such as arsenic or lead, however, hair loss caused by poising does not present itself in a typical male pattern. You should avoid these clinics and seek the advice of a physician who can properly examine you and help you treat your hair loss.

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