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Treating Hair Loss Problems

Posted Jun 01 2010 9:13am

Nobody likes to experience hair loss. Hair loss has different levels, starting from hair thinning to barely no hair left at all. Over the decades, I noticed an increase in hair restoration centers opening up and this can indicate that hair loss is becoming a very common problem for both men and women.

Our diet habits and lifestyle can contribute to our hair health. There is a high chance that poor eating or lifestyle habits cause hair thinning. So the natural health doctors will first advice on good diet patterns when treating someone who is losing hair. There are lots of hair loss products in the marketplace and one needs to be careful what these products are made of before purchasing them. As many of these products and treatment do not come cheap, you should be concerned about the possible effects of some oral products to cope with hair loss.

I was checking out Procerin for Male Hair Loss and learned that men tend to suffer from androgenetic alopecia and it is due to high levels of a hormone called dihydrotestosterone (DHT) in their scalp. Procerin blocks DHT without causing side effects that prescription drugs bring. Procerin most benefits younger men between the age of 18-35, and older men whose hair is still growing.

Besides proper treatment, adjusting to a healthy consisting of fresh fruits and vegetables and adding dietary supplements of key vitamins and minerals to their daily diets, hair loss can be treated effectively at initial stages.

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