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Understanding Hair Loss & Hair Loss Treatment

To understand hair loss treatment, you need to first understand hair loss causes. There are many causes of hair loss, which differ with genetics, sex, lifestyle and health factors.

Natural treatments for hair lossThe most important cause of baldness is Male/Female Androgenic Alopecia, affecting almost 50% of adult males and 25% of adult women. You can see more about this here: male pattern baldness and female pattern baldness.

This cause of hair loss is directly related to levels of DHT, or Dihydrotestosterone, which is a sex steroid and androgen hormone. DHT miniaturizes hair follicles by shortening the anagen (growth) phase and/or lengthening the telogen (resting) phase – see more about hair growing cycles. Under the influence of this factors the hair follicles become progressively smaller and eventually disappear – this process is called “miniaturization.” So, it’s your hormones and it’s your genes contributing to you loosing of hair! Slowly, your hair follicles are getting progressively sensitive to your own hormones.

For this reason, once increased hair loss occurs the first measures for healthy hair re-growth is one of two things: DHT inhibiting to decrease it’s level from your body, OR hair growth stimulation even in DHT’s presence. This tasks can only be achieved  by using special products and medication, backed by extensive scientific research. And because men is from Mars and women is from Venus :), you guys look in the Men’s Guide for Hair Loss Treatment, and you gals go for the Lady’s Guide for Hair Loss Treatment.

Men's guide for hair loss treatment

Men’s Guide for Hair Loss Treatment

This Men’s Hair Loss Guide is based on data and evidence and it has 3 main purposes:
Hair loss Guide for women

Lady’s Guide for Hair Loss Treatment

This Lady’s Hair Loss Guide is based on data and evidence and it has 3 main purposes:

Hair Loss Treatments

Ketoconazole

Ketoconazole Ketoconazole is a relatively new and particularly potent anti androgen drug. Since 1985 there have been various studies suggesting that ketoconazole could be used to treat androgenetic alopecia as well as hirtusim. Ketoconazole works by blocking the production of...
Posted On 18 Mar 2014

Dutasteride

Dutasteride Dutasteride and finasteride are both 5-alpha-reductase (5AR) inhibitors. Both treatments work by inhibiting 5AR, the enzyme responsible for converting testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT). DHT is the primary androgen in the prostate. It is a primary factor in the...
Posted On 18 Mar 2014

Propecia

Finasteride (Proscar, Propecia) Propecia is a licensed medicine for the treatment of men with male pattern baldness (androgenetic alopecia) to increase hair growth and prevent further hair loss. Propecia is not licensed for use in women, however, numerous studies had show results...
Posted On 18 Mar 2014

Rogaine

Minoxidil (Rogaine , Rogaine Foam, etc.) Minoxidil is the generic name for products originally developed by UpJohn and called Rogaine in the USA or Regaine in Europe and elsewhere. Rogaine and Regaine are the trade marks of UpJohn Inc., USA. Rogaine and Regaine are exactly the...
Posted On 18 Mar 2014