Hair Loss Prevention- A Variety Of Solutions

by Brent Ruyle on January 31, 2011

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A few years ago, there wasn’t much a man (or woman) could do for hair loss prevention, except to settle for a fake-looking hairpiece or bristly hair plugs that didn’t blend in with his natural hairline. Today, there are a variety of treatments for hair loss prevention, many of which have sound medical research behind them. If you don’t want to go the medical route, there are a variety of natural solutions to help you keep (and maybe even regrow) your hair.

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Hair loss prevention begins with ruling out medical causes like thyroid imbalance, liver or kidney disease, anemia, vitamin deficiency, lupus, diabetes or some other systemic cause. If your hair loss isn’t due to a disease or condition, as determined by a physician, it could be that you have a genetic predisposition for a type of hair loss that is treatable. If you aren’t genetically predisposed, there are still solutions based on herbal remedies. If you don’t like lotions and potions and pills, cosmetic sprays are another possible solution.

Let’s assume for a moment that you’ve seen your doctor and have received a clean bill of health. Now you’re ready to explore the alternatives for hair loss prevention. You may have heard of Rogaine® and wonder if it would work for you. It will, but only if you have a specific type of thinning hair called “male pattern baldness.” If your hair is thinning at the crown and temples and front hairline, it’s likely that you have this condition, which is caused by an overproduction of the male hormone dihydrotestosterone (DHT). DHT attacks the some follicles that are genetically predisposed to be sensitive to DHT. The follicles weaken until eventually they stop producing hairs. Rogaine® is a topically-applied solution that blocks the action of DHT, preserving the hair in the process. This product is widely available over the counter without a doctor’s prescription.

Propecia® is another product to consider for hair loss prevention if your thinning hair is due to overproduction of DHT. This is a prescription drug that blocks the action of an enzyme needed by the body to make DHT. No enzyme, no DHT, no hair loss. It’s that simple! With both Propecia® and Rogaine®, you have to take or use the product regularly; otherwise the benefits will begin to reverse.

Want to try the herbal route for hair loss prevention? Try saw palmetto as a dietary supplement or apply it topically in a shampoo, conditioner or serum. Saw palmetto blocks the action of DHT. Green tea is another possible solution. It blocks an enzyme needed for DHT production. Another enzyme blocker, stinging nettle, is also thought to be effective. There are some products available that contain various combinations of these herbs in the form of dietary supplements.

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Originally posted 2011-01-31 05:20:02. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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