Hey Jude! Treating Male Hair Loss Has Never Been Easier
Dont forget your vitamin B Also important for hair growth are B vitamins biotin, folate, B2, and B12. In fact, some, like biotin, are so important that theyre prescribed alongside medical treatments for hair loss (like Rogaine). If you think youre lacking vitamin B or any nutrient for that matter (like iron), speak to your doctor before you get yourself tested or go down the supplements route. An even simpler solution is to structure your diet accordingly, although getting enough biotin may be a challenge. Manage your stress At any one time, about 85 percent of the hair on your head is in its growing phase while 15 percent is in its final death stages. Amazingly, certain stressful events can actually produce a “shock to the system” that alters this natural cycle causing as much as 3040 percent of the hairs to start to die.
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For the latter problem, hair does usually grow back eventually, but male pattern baldness tends to be degenerative – i.e. it will keep on going. If this is your problem, you are probably a candidate for cosmetic hair replication. Over-the-counter products include hair pieces, camouflage products and hair volumisers, as well as some herbal preparations.
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