Apr 122013

Testosterone and the Hair Loss Connection!

Did you know, that the main cause of hair loss in men and women is partly caused by the male hormone testosterone? Testosterone along with the enzyme, 5 alpha reductase, will produce DHT (dihydrotestosterone). This DHT hormone will attach to a hair follicle. By doing this, it blocks nutrients from getting to the hair strand and the hair follicle. Continue reading »

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Oct 122012

Hair Loss In Children

There are many causes of hair loss in children. Well in the past it was thought hair falling out was a condition which you normally get when you cross your 30 in age but these days there is a whole new trend and it had been observed that people under 20 are also experiencing the hair problem, so what are the reasons for that? Continue reading »

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Oct 122012

Hair Loss in Teenage Girls & Vitamins

Hair loss in teenage girls is a common problems as well, and also the most difficult to tackle. While healthy hair indicates good general health, hair loss can be an indicator of a deeper internal health problem. Hair loss in women has been attributed to several factors till now: stress, lack of iron or anemia, condition of the scalp, condition of vital internal organs like the kidneys, liver, thyroid etc., emotional disturbances, menstrual problems, illness or lack of essential vitamins and other nutrients in the body etc. Continue reading »

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Oct 122012

Hair Growth Remedies

It is common for people to lose strands of their hair especially when it is wet or when they comb it very often. Experts say that there is a need for some strands of hair to fall so these can be replaced with a new set of hair strands. The average strands should at least be a hundred. Once there is excess in this estimate, then you might be suffering from hair loss. Continue reading »

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Oct 122012

Hair loss or baldness is becoming one of the most common problems of people. This is because more and more factors contribute to it compared before. Called “alopecia” by experts, hair loss can be categorized into permanent and temporary baldness depending on the condition the person is in. Continue reading »

 Posted by at 10:36 pm
Oct 122012

It wasn’t until his mid-fifties that my father started losing his hair. I remember the boxes of lotions, creams, heating massage pads that kept coming to his house (much to my stepmother’s chagrin). But his hairline kept receding and a decade later, only a well-greased tuft remained on the crown of his head. Continue reading »

 Posted by at 10:31 pm
Oct 122012

Hair loss stress is one of the major factors leading to hair loss. Extreme stress can affect several aspects of one’s life and health, including loosing hair If you suspect that stress is triggering your hair loss, then you will have to make changes in your lifestyle; otherwise you may well end up with bald patches on your head. Continue reading »

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