Any good treats for hair-loss?

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  1. Nare Anthony profile image69
    Nare Anthonyposted 6 years ago

    Any good treats for hair-loss?

  2. jaybird22 profile image66
    jaybird22posted 6 years ago

    Not sure what you are looking for when you refer to it as "treats" lol.  I might be able to offer some advice on preventing and helping hair loss though.

    In most pharmacies there are vitamins for hair and nails.  The good thing about vitamins is that that are usually natural and found in foods that we eat.  These "treats"  provide key nutriets to keep your hair and nails healthy without providing adverse side effects. Because most people do not receive the proper nutrients from their daily diet (especially in America), vitamins definitely help in keeping our bodies healthy. It is also the reason it is a multi-billion dollar industry.  Most "treats" are consumed once a day.

    If you use a lot of hair products, hot hair irons, and blow driers, be careful because a lot can kill your hair. Dying your hair especially kills your hair.  It might look cool now, but as you age it will take a toll on your hair growth cycles.

    Believe it or not, stress causes a disorder called Alopecia Areata which can kill all the hair on your body, including your eye brows.  So if you are concerned about keeping a healthy head of hair, you might want to browse some hubs on preventing and managing stress as well.

  3. Oscarlites profile image35
    Oscarlitesposted 6 years ago

    my brother swears by using Q10? supplement and massaging his scalp every day for several minutes with a soft round scalp brush.. he says it is growing back his hair..

  4. xeroerror profile image59
    xeroerrorposted 6 years ago

    The best one is finasteride or propecia for male pattern baldness but it has some side effects , and minoxidil can be use to treat thinning hair at the top of your head.hese are the only FDA approved drugs which can cure both prostrate cancer and male pattern baldness.

    If you want a natural remedy Saw palmetto berries is the right one as it acts just like propecia which block the DHT. saw palmetto berries are cheap and has  no proven side effects.

    If you have inflammation or fungus or dandruff in  your scalp i recommend to use Scalpure which is an amazing product to cure scalp and you will notice the effectiveness of this product at the first day of use.visit
    www.scalpure.com

    for more information read my hub
    http://xeroerror.hubpages.com/hub/-Prov … -Hair-loss

 
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