June 6, 2010

Hair Loss - the Fight Continues

Last summer, when I was losing hair as quick as my mother’s favorite Pomeranian my

ex-boyfriend consoled me saying, ‘Women don’t turn bald!’ Knowing men I should have guessed where that fact was coming from — right out of the trashcan. Sorry gals, I know many of you have been banking on it, but let’s face it, women get bald too! So if you have been calmly pulling off strands of hair from your comb for… God alone knows how long, its time you sat up and took notice. Women need hair. And there is no overstressing that fact. Imagine Elizabeth Taylor without her long flowing mane in ‘Cleopatra’ or Jennifer Aniston without her glossy locks. If being bald was cool half the celebrities would be walking around with the moonlight bouncing of their hairless heads. So sorry Britney, we are not quite with you on this. We love our hair and we will fight till our last drop of blood to save it. So here is what we shall do, we shall duly invest in a few effective cures for hair loss ASAP to prevent further damage. In the following section we take a close look at some of our options,

Hair Transplant – If you have oodles of money and are dying to make that bald patch grow out in a bunch of hair again here is what you need. Hair transplanting is a really simple, but complex sounding, process. In this procedure tiny groups of hair will be removed from an area where your hair is still quite lustrous. Quickly the hair plugs removed will then be placed on your bald patch. Within a stipulated period of time then your bald patch will begin growing hair again.

Fenestrate – If hair loss treatment number one doesn’t do for you try this one out. Fenestrate works best for men but has also been shown to be potentially effective for women as well. However, please do consult a doctor before taking these since they have been known to cause hormonal imbalance in some people

Provillus – An A+ cure for baldness, Provillus is available for both men and women. In women it works simply enough, by transmitting the right amount of nutrition to dead hair follicles and bringing them back to life. Once the dead hair follicles resurrect everyday is again a good hair day!

Minoxidil – Minoxidil is yet another popular cure for hair loss. The only problem with it is the long wait you have to put in between the application of the medicine and the emergence of the results. Only after six months (!) of its use will you finally begin to see the new strands of hair appearing.

These are only some of the many hair loss cure methods you can use. Scores of other remedies are easily available in the markets. If nothing quite suits your fancies turn to your Grandmother or aunt for those quick homemade cures. Who knows, they might do the trick for you. Before looking at any such cosmetic cure method, of course look into your lifestyle to see if there are any deficiencies in what you are offering to your body. Are you sleeping at the right hours? Are you eating the right food? Unless your internal system is working all right no medicine is going to be able to help you. So drink that glass of milk, eat that slice of fish and munch that slice of bread, only then will your hair grow out into that enviable, lustrous crown of glory.


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June 6, 2010

Amya @ 11:37 am

How is Berkowits Hair and Scalp treatments for Hair loss? Does any body have tried their ProGro M supplement ?
Please anybody if you have tried any good solution for hair loss let me know. I have tried all the options available till now, but non has worked out.
1. Had been to Richfeel, there products are good but least effect. I was allergic to there medicines. I don't know it may work out to you.
2. Followed the Divya Yoga Mandir medicines for few days no effect.
3. Followed exercises to increase blood circulation to scalp like rubbing nails and pranayama. Still continuing with it, but no results.
Its very difficult to fight hair loss and I am confused as what needs to be done. If any body has a valid solution, please let me know.

black knight @ 11:39 am

i dont know good question
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Christina J @ 11:41 am

yes! i tried and nothing! it does not work….

anyway as we know - hair loss can be caused by many different reasons! Find out the actual cause of hair loss! There are many causes of loss of hair such as stress, poor nutrition ,medications, thyroid dysfunctions, illness, fungal infections ,hormonal problems, to mention a few.

year ago my husband suffered from hair loss too and he started trying everything you can imagine to stop his hair loss. the things that really worked for him was:

1) Vitamin A - an anti-oxidant which promotes healthy production of sebum in the scalp;

2) Vitamin E stimulates circulation. Good blood circulation in the scalp is important in keeping hair follicles productive. The 'B' vitamins contribute to melanin, which gives hair its healthy color and also stimulates blood circulation;

3) massage is also beneficial. Massage stimulates circulation. As already noted, good circulation in the scalp keeps hair follicles active. Experts suggest a few minutes of daily head massage by hand. Circulation through massage may be improved by using a few drops of lavender or bay essential oil in an almond or sesame oil base with massage;

4) Try rubbing your scalp with garlic juice, Onion Juice or Ginger Juice(you can either of one out of three, Do not mix any of two or three);

5) also he used herbal treatment - TrichoZed
It is a good product that helps prevent hair loss and it is an FDA approved product. I think it is very important!

It worked and still works for him!

I do not know if any pharmacies carry TrichoZed but I do know that you should purchase it directly from the manufacturer and read more about the product here http://www.trichozed.com/?id=fc7a24

It enhances hair growth by blocking DHT (Dihydrotestostrone) - a major cause of hair loss!

good luck!

not only my and my husband`s own personal experience
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